Tryphus got a reaction from Fabulin in The Rise of Skywalker - For Your Consideration (FYC) Album Discussion
Oddly enough, the material from this score reminds me more of TLJ than TFA - aside from thematic material of course, but then again there's not much of the thematic material from TLJ that would make sense to have here. I don't know whether it's the instrumentation or the harmonic structures, but I get a huge blend of TLJ and TFA, leaning more towards TLJ. (It should be noted that I have a form of synesthesia, though, so it could just be a weird thing tied to that)
Tryphus reacted to Tom in "Space Battalions" by James Brett used in Star Wars promotional videos
The full concert version better have those last five notes from the version we heard in the ANH promo. This snippet already sounds incomplete without them.
Tryphus reacted to crumbs in "Space Battalions" by James Brett used in Star Wars promotional videos
So this is interesting. That same company who just seemingly premiered our first taste of music from TROS, features the same music used in the Anthony Daniels videos in another video (the ending, anyway). It sounds like the way JW would end a concert suite in this style. See here at 0:21:
Which begs the question, if two separate companies are using this same piece of "library music" (and one of these companies used actual score from TROS in another commercial), does that mean Disney supplied this music to various companies for marketing purposes? And if so, could that mean this is an electronic re-arrangement of something JW recorded for TROS, just like synth re-arrangements of The Spark being used for various products associated with TLJ?
Tryphus got a reaction from toothless in THE LAST JEDI - Verizon's Death Star 360 Promo music
I've been listening to this on repeat countless times already, on every set of speakers I can find, I'm leaning towards JW, specifically track 4 from the leaked list.
It's clearly edited from a larger work, and yes there's a lack of woodwinds in what we hear so far, but the Imperial March has several sections without woodwinds - and then really highlights them in the middle section.
Considering said track is over 4 minutes, there's plenty of time to have lots of other material going on in the full piece. It doesn't hurt that the subject of the video plays into it as well, plus the fact that this music hasn't been identified as existing anywhere else and it wouldn't make sense to have someone create (from scratch) any sort of piece for a promotion this small, and then have it be so heavily edited - much simpler and cheaper to just use any of the swaths of old star wars music out there and edit that in.