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Sandor last won the day on September 10 2013

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  1. Although I'm in awe of Williams' entire output during the respective decade, I voted for War Horse, which I think is one of Williams' most melodic and endearing scores. The Force Awakens follows very close behind.
  2. Kathy, clearly your intentions were good and an honest attempt to shed positive light on John Williams. Don’t be turned off by the absurd reactions you got from some members. Welcome to the board.
  3. 1977 or 1993 Two truly classic, yet completely different scores in each year: Star Wars and Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977) and Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List (1993).
  4. It was 2005........ Can't even remember writing that............
  5. Schindler's List is probably my favorite John Williams score, so I am very happy to see it on top.
  6. Thanks. So there are direct melodic references to Bock's material?
  7. I'm not very familiar with Fiddler On The Roof and only know a couple of the most famous songs. Recently I read John Williams wrote the main title sequence all himself. Is it true? Is it somehow based on the existing song material Williams had to work with or is this 100% a John Williams composition? Thanks for the answer.
  8. So many and certainly agree with E.T. and Close Encounters, but I'd like to add War Horse too: The Reunion Remembering Emilie, and Finale The Homecoming
  9. I think the 'Love Theme' from the film is one of Williams' best themes from his lesser known 80's scores. It's such a classy, long lined melody. Heard best at 2:04
  10. Born On The Fourth Of July, because I think it is one of the greatest scores John Williams has ever written.
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