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  1. Hello guys, yesterday i put online my new piano tribute, a medley on the music of E.T here is the link. soon, will come 2 new tribute on star wars. it's called episode 7 for hook and episode 8 for E.T because the episode 1 2 3 4 5 6 will be exclusively done on star wars (logic !! ). episode 1 has already be done on Yoda. you can find it as well on my channel at www.youtube.com/didiermartini , including other tributes to christopher reeve, john barry, alan menken, etc ... thanks for watching and your comments.
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  2. Agreed Roald. The composer has been pushing the bounds of his range all throughout his illustrious career. He's played with synths, exercised many avant-garde techniques and explored many diverse musical styles (ex. minimalism, atonality, atmospheric stuff, etc). I don't think you'll find another composer who continues to push their boundaries like Williams does. And what does it mean to be "innovative" nowadays anyways? Williams has a unique musical voice, and that's something I really appreciate and love.
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    Maybe I'll catch it when it's on TV. I'm not a big fan of the franchise.
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  4. something that was definately outside the box for wiliams
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  5. Pictures from the desk of Alice! Swedish people standing in line for Hobbit tickets, in minus 6 degree Celsius cold (21.2 F for those across the pond)
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  6. I can afford this but why encourage them? The Varese DE is enough music as it is. It's a wonder why they left those 12 minutes off when it seemed like it was as complete as it could be.
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  7. Fantastic! Thanks so much for posting, Marty.
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  8. thank you very much ! (i love the Twin Peaks soundtrack ! ) the only thing that i can tell who can explain the fact that it's not as perfect as it must be or that i would be (i play this much much much better normally if i can use my ears. for example, i play usually over the moon like on the record) is that i'm an hearing trauma guy (i had an hearing accident during a jam session 18 years ago and can't listen to any sound anymore. the complete reverse of being deaf. sound become painful.) and that i record all my videos in one take without almost hearing what i played, and never listen again
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  9. It's really too bad that you did all that and no one bothered to comment! Thanks for sharing. You play well, and even though some of it may be 'hidden' by lots of reverb and there isn't much "space" between the notes, it still flows wonderfully. Like a slowed-down, muted concert version or something. Like E.T. performed TWIN PEAKS-style!
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  10. Just decided to play the whole stream today...what a great score!
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  11. Am I the only one here who loves Williams' music exactly for what it is..? The man has proven to be extremely diverse. From the rock/electric guitar solo in The Eiger Sanction to the choral writing of Empire Of The Sun. From the jazz pieces of his earlier scores to the ethnic Memoirs Of A Geisha. From the techno-beat sequence in A.I. to the orchestral bombast of Jurassic Park. Williams has done it all, literally. And yet we 'accuse' him of not straying too far from familiair roads. I really don't understand...
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  12. With the modern film scoring techniques surrounding us on all fronts, John Williams' music sounds unspeakably fresh.
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  13. Chuckster312 posted these in the Last Score Listened To thread.
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