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  1. What I don't get: Every producer or whatever around Star Wars admits Williams' impact on the saga and how good it was that he went for a timeless romantic musical approach and that this is one of the reasons why the score and the movies aged so well. But when they hire a new composer now, they go for a contrary approach, nothing rich, nothing timeless. Just modern, synthetic, flat. Just Powell and Giacchino tried to stay in Williams' tradition somehow. But since then...
  2. Nice read about Williams' score of Attack of the Clones: https://www.starwars.com/news/swca-2022-attack-of-the-chords-panel
  3. Good question. No diea. It just says "Hybrid Disk - This SACD is compatible with all CD players." Nothing about the audio format.
  4. It's perfect. The only flaw is the narration during the first track.
  5. At last got one my earliest soundtrack records in CD. Really happy with it. Wonderful music.
  6. Fixed. I don't think so. One reason why she as the composer was announced so late, was that they didn't need to announce a composer change in case they were not satisfied with her work. So, I am sure, they were very happy with it.
  7. Again, 8f she likes to write Star Wars themes there would have been more than enough opportunity to do it for the scenes and places without Obi Wan, most prominently Alderaan. But what we are hearing there is neither a theme nor Star Wars, it is just rhythmic chord pastiche, like @Edmilson wrote, "RCP trailer style epicness".
  8. That's a pretty good scale to write a theme for a sad lonely man on a desert planet.
  9. I wrote it already in the other thread. Just listened to it again and realised, that, what I find quite unusual, the theme has no B-section or another part. It is just this short melody, maybe four or six bars, and that gets repeated and varied rhythmically and harmonically a little, but that's it. Even March of the Resistance had some kind of B-part. This one doesn't. I thought, it's rather derived from Battle of Heroes which also had no b-part except the insert of the force theme and it had more variation).
  10. Just listened to it again and realised, that, what I find quite unusual, the theme has no B-section or another part. It is this short melody, maybe 4 or six bars, and that gets repeated and varied. Even March of the Resistance had some kind of B-part. This one doesn't. And somehow it sounds related to Battle of Heroes a little bit. Or not?
  11. Anybody else disappointed with this boring Alderaan music? I thought, this would have been a great opportunity for another theme. Holt said in an Interview her Kenobi theme was similar to Williams'? So, If she can write themes, then why didn't she? I appreciate more and more what John Powel did in Solo, how he used Williams' theme and added so many own brillant ideas.
  12. The funniest thing for me was to see Flea in the show as a gangster.
  13. This. The theme starts off pretty well. For me the weak part is the more dramatic one in the middle with the string ostinato, sounds like kind of Across the Stars imitation, but not as good. But I guess its purpose of this part is to give Holt something for more dramatic scenes at hand. Anyway. I am quite sure it might grow on me.
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