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    Justin Hurwitz's FIRST MAN (2018)

    I absolutely love La La Land and Hurwitz score is a masterpiece. So this score is a huge excitement.
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    Favourite Williams Harp-line ending

    Yes that harp ending is probably my favourite little thing he did in TLJ. The words "to be continued" in musical form. I love the multiple harp endings he uses to accompany the ominous Imperial March references. And 1:55 to the end is harp-mania.
  3. People, I've said this on many previous threads - I went to a Composer talk with JNH and my friend asked him specifically in front of the audience; "Will you be working with Shyamalan on Glass?" And he replied "I really liked West's score for Split, so he is doing Glass, but I will definitely be contributing something. Not sure what that will be overall, but yes I am." He also has said many times when I've attended events to do with him, that he and Shyamalan are fine and he would love greatly to return to working with him in the future. I believe at the least we will get to hear JNH's many themes in Glass from Unbreakable. Whether that be adapted by JNH or West. Who knows. I am disappointed hugely of course that he isn't doing it solo, but I'll take what I can get from JNH.
  4. As we all know, Williams loves to end his pieces with a soft harp run. What are your favourite examples or favourite pieces that end with his famous harp line. Here's one of mine - It's at the end of course. This is also a very special one for me from Marions Theme, because when I saw him conduct for the first time in Chicago, as the harp player was plucking the end to this piece, Williams gestured with his fingers at the harpist, as if he was playing the harp himself, plucking his fingers in the air as the piece ended. So wonderful to see.
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    Favorite short musical moments in Williams scores?

    1:16 - 1:25. I adore the high strings he uses as counterpoint to the main theme.
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    The Bear McCreary Thread

    I prefer it when he did that in BSG
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    Godzilla: King of The Monsters - Bear McCreary

    This is the best scoring news all year. So happy for Bear. Massive fan since the beginning of BSG and I hope this is the beginning of his major film career.
  8. Just the fact that he is conducting the London Symphony is fantastic. What a concert it will be. Also seeing the LSO performing the A New Hope concert in November will be a dream.
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    Star Wars: Episode IX (JJ Abrams 2019)

    Well Disney want to kill the past, ie the original trilogy, so I bet all the money I have that there will be zero OT characters left at the end of Ep9
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    Star Wars: Episode IX (JJ Abrams 2019)

    So Lando will die. They will of course kill Leia off-screen. 3PO and R2 will be vapourised.
  11. Or Williams uses repetitive 2 note moments because that's how he represents the entire score. It's like talking to several equally plain brick walls.
  12. Are you serious? Yeah it must be coincidence that Williams uses the Jaws theme in his Jaws 2 score... It doesn't have to be the exact transcription of his Jaws theme, but he is clearly using 2 notes alternating throughout that piece because he does it all over the score...because it's a Jaws score. Never thought I'd have to explain why Williams uses two note patterns throughout his Jaws score. Also the sky is blue and we breath oxygen.
  13. Really? It's throughout the entire piece. He uses repeating 2 notes on different instruments constantly. 0:00, 0:09, 0:18, 0:33, 0:41, 0:50, 1:19, 1:23, 1:37, 1:40, 1:45, 1:53
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    Are film scores overrated on this forum?

    What's a film score?
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