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  1. The fact that they're extremely violent films (the four of them) doesn't count, though.
  2. Review from The Berkshire Eagle: https://www.berkshireeagle.com/stories/john-williams-takes-concertgoers-on-a-journey-across-the-stars-at-tanglewood,578857
  3. Some of their bodies look totally present day, though.
  4. HS & the Princess, Remembrances, Prayer for Piece, Yoda's Theme and Markings aren't included in the Tanglewood or Munich programs (which are nearly identical). But they might be performed as encores. Just Down West Street (Tanglewood) / "Star Wars" Main Theme (Munich) Theme from “Jurassic Park” Rey’s Theme from “Star Wars Episode VII” Across the Stars from "Star Wars Episode II" Donnybrook Fair from “Far & Away” Harry’s Wondrous World from “Harry Potter” Night Journeys from “Dracula” Sayuri’s Theme from “Memoirs of a Geisha” The Devil’s Dance from “Witches of Eastwick” Superman March Theme from “Sabrina” Princess Leia’s Theme from “Star Wars Episode IV” The Duel from “The Adventures of Tintin” The Flying Theme from “E.T.” The Chairman’s Waltz from “Memoirs of a Geisha” Love Theme from “Cinderella Liberty” Hedwig's Theme from "Harry Potter" Leia's Theme will be performed live. So if they actually recorded it along with the other aforementioned pieces, a second volume might include the following (*): Just Down West Street Theme from “Jurassic Park” Harry’s Wondrous World from “Harry Potter” The Devil’s Dance from “Witches of Eastwick” Princess Leia’s Theme from “Star Wars Episode IV” The Flying Theme from “E.T.” The Chairman’s Waltz from “Memoirs of a Geisha” Remembrances from "Munich" A Prayer for Piece from "Munich" Han Solo and the Princess from "Star Wars Episode V" "Markings" (*) I don't think the Star Wars and Superman themes will be performed live as violin arrangements.
  5. ACROSS THE STARS Anne-Sophie Mutter / John Williams The Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles Label: Deutsche Grammophon Release Date: August 30, 2019 TRACK LIST 01. Rey's Theme (From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens") 02. Yoda's Theme (From "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back") 03. Hedwig's Theme (From "Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone") 04. Across The Stars (Love Theme) (From "Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones") 05. Donnybrook Fair (Based On "Blowing Off Steam" From "Far And Away") 06. Sayuri's Theme (From "Memoirs Of A Geisha") 07. Night Journeys (From "Dracula") 08. Theme (From "Sabrina") 09. The Duel (From "The Adventures Of Tintin") 10. Luke And Leia (From "Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi") 11. Nice To Be Around (From "Cinderella Liberty") 12 .Theme (From "Schindler's List") Available on August 30 on digital, CD and 2LP. https://www.amazon.com/Anne-Sophie-Recording-Orchestra-Angeles-Williams/dp/B07SM9GCH6
  6. Similar battery performance on my brand new Huawei P Smart Z. A 6.59'', bezel-less, notch-less phone with motorized pop-up selfie camera (which is perfectly fine!) and microSD up to 1TB, for less than $300
  7. Of course it's Williams. Every note in Monsignor is composed by him.
  8. Since there's a thread about TLC's 30th anniversary, here's another one to discuss the better film of the two which was released 35 years ago this week. And while you're at it, do not miss @TownerFan's wonderful article about Williams' masterpiece! https://thelegacyofjohnwilliams.com/2019/05/24/indiana-jones-temple-of-doom-35-anniversary/
  9. It's actually the name of the concert program. The press release doesn't mention any title (or any album for that matter, just "recording project"), so I guess we'll know the actual title on June 14.
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