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  1. I thought so! Seriously, though, thank you much for this identification. My three year old is obsessed with the Star Wars music (like his father). We've played it innumerable times, especially ESB, hence this motif getting stuck in my head. He can identify many of the big themes. In the music for Yoda's Death, he could positively identify (without prompting, mind you) "Darth Vader's Theme," "the Main Theme," "Yoda's Theme," and "the Force Theme," after two or three notes each, in succession! Incidentally, "The Battle of Hoth" makes for great snow-shoveling music. ~Conor
  2. I have an unknown motif from Star Wars in my head, possibly heard early on in Episode V, at least. I am attaching a transcription of what is in my head. Can anyone identify its thematic attachment, if any? ~Conor
  3. Has anyone discussed the fact that 20th Century Fox is not involved in this movie? Doesn't that mean there will be no Fanfare? Will it be Disney's castle and the Bad Robot? What music goes there? I hope Disney's castle gets Randy Newman's Toy Story opener! ~Conor
  4. Oh, because its also in "T-Rex Rescue & Finale" while Lex is navigating the UNIX system. I see.
  5. I could have sworn that the music for Ellie's escape from the maintenance shed was on the original album, but it seems like it would be part of "Hungry Raptor." I don't have the new release yet, so I can't confirm this. Why do I feel like I've heard it outside of the the film?
  6. I wonder if it was Fanfare for Michael Dukakis. Does Williams say the same thing of Obama?
  7. I do despair that sarcasm does not easily come through text, although I suppose I should be grateful of the reminder that it is not always appeciated or appropriate. Indeed, it works both to entice the rex and to scare the daylights out of Lex.
  8. It was written for the scene where they use a goat as bait That makes absolutely no sense.
  9. OK, thanks. Unused makes sense. It seems like there are a few places that are more heavily edited than others (either on the album or in the film, I don't know which), including music that doesn't appear in the film. I also noticed the stinger at Arnold's severed arm is the same as right after the utensils fall in the kitchen scene. ~Conor But I haven't yet heard all of the newly released cues, so it could be from the start of that track, too.
  10. What is this "Goat Bait" track? I can't find it in the film. ~Conor I thought we were supposed to avoid politics
  11. How about Klaus Badelt's The Time Machine score? One theme is incredibly similar to The Edge. I still love both works, though! ~Conor
  12. Happy Birthday, Jerry. We miss you! ~Conor
  13. It seems it hasn't been answered here, but it's from the "Essential Jerry Goldsmith Film Music" album by the Prague Phil. Pretty nifty! ~Conor
  14. According to iTunes, which does not hold my entire collection, I have 22.5 days of music. ~Conor
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