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  1. In reply to Chris about The Witches of Eastwick: Yes I know in the ballroom scene the music that is heard is "Nessum Dorma" (or something like that) from Turandot. I wasn't talking about that. This cue fades in Williams' music which is track 6 (5.41-end). It's in the scene where the 3 witches float in the air which is part of the Ballroom scene.


  2. I found in the filmography section of a brief John Williams's biography ( I don't remember where exactly) the following titles but I can't find them here in the complete works section. Does anybody Know anything about them?

    -The secret of my success (songwriter) (1987)

    -One crazy summer (songwriter) (1986)

    -Emma's War (1986)

    -Angelo My Love (1983)

    -Hot Leed and Cold Feet (1978)

    -No Deposit, No Return (Double Trouble) (1976)

    -California Split (1974)


  3. Sorry but I think you all misunderstood me when I told that I choose across the stars and i'm talking as a musicologist. I didn't mean that my opinion is more valid than yours but, because I'm a musicologist, I may not be objective in my choice. Maybe I would choose another If I were just a listener. But when I hear music I listen to structure, melody, harmony, counterpoint, orchestration etc, and I think that Across the stars is better qualified from others, in all those parameters.

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