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  1. It sounds Williams-y, but I don’t recognize the sound qualities of the LA orchestra and the Sony stage. I’d love to be proven wrong, though.
  2. @crumbs don’t you think that these missing SW flourishes had to with the the recording completely drowning out the winds and bright melodic percussion?
  3. My guess is that Williams wrote some new bars alternated with references to his original version of the cue, and Ross just wrote a conductor’s score out of that. The end credits of ROTS look like that: almost 12 minutes but it’s all on one single page.
  4. Well he is the only one credited as ‘orchestrator’ for TFA. Which is a bit of a strange thing since Williams doesn’t really use orchestrators anymore and instead gives his sketches directly to jkms.
  5. No idea but I’m watching it right now. Maybe because I live in the Netherlands?
  6. No, no, the score only version is really on there! :-) What I meant was about TFA’s sound mix.
  7. Is it me, or is the score of TFA more present in this version on Disney+? And also, the score-only version of TLJ is on there, awesome! Edit: no, nevermind, TFA still sounds as it did.
  8. That’s fantastic of course, but what do you mean? Aside from the famous 3 ballets there’s just not much that interests me. Yet composers and musicologists see him as god it seems.
  9. I’m not sure if I’ll ever get all the Stravinsky adoration. Until I turn into a musicologist or something.
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