I just wanted to make apologize for that horrible "joke" about JW not scoring SW3 that went under my name. I assure you that I didn't write that, it was made by my brother, that recently discovered my password and, since IT is very stupid, IT thought that jokes of that kind would be fun. IT will be punished, but forgive him, he is not aware of the damage that he could have done to the heart of us JW fans. You can imagine how I felt embarassed when, only today, I read that topic under my nick name. I'm very very sorry, but I assure you it won't happen again. I will "persuade" him. And I will change my password.
I'm not one of "those" people, please forget that incident that, I repeat, was work of my brother and of which I'm not responsible.
I'm thinking about buying the orchestral score of the suite from Phantom Menace and I have 2 questions: 1) is it "the real thing" or is it an arrangement without choir (I'm referring to Duel of the Fates)? Perhaps it's a silly question, it should be WITH the choir, but I noticed in the Hal Leonard website that in other scores for orchestra and choir it is clearly written that there is the choir, and in this is not so. Since I'll order it, I'd like to avoid bad surprises...
2) "Jar Jar's introduction" is presented as in the CD? The following cue in the same track (Swim to Otoh Gunga) is included? If not so, could you describe me, more or less, what kind of arrangement is it? I'm wondering because, if JJ's introduction is only as it is in the CD, it should be a very short piece, about 2 minutes long...
I'd be very grateful to anyone that will answer me! Thanks and long live to John Williams.
Hi, Ocelot! (I tried to get your attention in the Trading Board, but you didn't see it, so I try this way... )
I'm very interested in written full orchestral scores by John Williams. I'm slowly trying to make a sort of "library", me too, and I'd like to talk with you about that. You said that you are looking for scores not published by Hal Leonard, but I didn't know that someone else than HL was publishing orchestral scores by John Williams, so could you tell me which scores are available and from who? Thank you very much! I would like also to exchange with you something, if you agree. Answer me and then we could arrange how to do that. Thank you again!