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John Williams scores that use the organ?

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Dracula has it in The Attack, The Night Visitor and To Scarborough at least.

 

Home Alone, guys! The choir pieces have an organ under them.

 

Does a calliope count? :P PoA then.

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7 hours ago, Holko said:

Dracula has it in The Attack, The Night Visitor and To Scarborough at least.

 

 

... and in "The Death of Dracula" (my favourite use of the organ in that score), "End Titles"... 

11 hours ago, Knox Harrington said:

I don't recall one in ROTS

 

Me neither from ROTS, but there is an organ in the Finale cue of AOTC. 

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8 hours ago, Holko said:

Dracula has it in The Attack, The Night Visitor and To Scarborough at least.

 

Home Alone, guys! The choir pieces have an organ under them.

 

Does a calliope count? :P PoA then.

 

Home Alone, that's source music, no?

38 minutes ago, Sweeping Strings said:

At 85, his organ maybe doesn't get as much use as it used to. 

He's 87 !

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I assume we're including synth organ in this discussion, in which case I'd point out that POA has numerous uses, and I'm not even talking about the calliope. Consider "Double Trouble on the Hill", or the newly released reprise of the time travel music as Harry and Hermione catch up with the present.

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The CETK concert arrangement features an organ part near the beginning.

 

I'm also hoping he'll use organ (and choir) for an epic, final sendoff at the end of the Star Wars Episode 9 End Credits, like David Arnold did for the end of Independence Day!

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