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  1. So, there's still not quite enough information for complete OST and FYC breakdowns, but getting pretty close now: OST Breakdown 1 Fanfare and Prologue 4:35 0:00-1:26 1M1 Main Title 1:26-2:06 1M22 The Ninth Beginning 2:06-end 1M8 Approaching the Nursery 2 Journey to Exegol 2:49 0:00-1:01 unknown 1:01-1:42 Ready To Be A Jedi 1:42-end 1M15 Vader’s Castle 3 The Rise of Skywalker 4:18 concert arrangement, original title unknown 4 The Old Death Star 3:17 0:00-0:48 5M10 Landing At ? 0:48-1:20 It F
  2. Nicely done as usual, @crumbs! Why can’t we have nice things? 😒
  3. All from the sheet music, but fortunately the typeset full scores done by JKMS have a bit more info than most of the handwritten full scores did. They’ve all got dates, which provides a lot of valuable information about the order cues were written (and sometimes revised) in. They also include Williams’ notes about onscreen action from his sketches. In this particular case, JW actually wrote “Theme” above the first appearance of what seems to me to be an alternate Rey’s theme. And that same theme turned up again in a subsequent cue written shortly after (1M6 Seeing A Mother And Gett
  4. LLL - Amistad Intrada - The Patriot Varese - The Reivers Maybe it’s because Varese has already tackled the other JW score that lead to Spielberg hiring Williams for The Sugarland Express, but I’d really love to see them also take on The Reivers, though I seem to recall it has an especially complicated rights situation. @Jay Is any of the speciality labels any likelier than the others to take on The Reivers, or is it equally likely to be expanded by any of them? These are really two of the best expansions left to be done, apart from the obviou
  5. Here's my most elaborate restored score video so far. 'Destiny of a Jedi' is majorly hacked up in the film vs. what's on the album, with many sections rearranged or dropped. For the curious, here's everything that's different: The rumors have consistently pointed to the Luke/Leia flashback being a late addition to the scene, originally intended to be the very opening of the film, so I was curious what that music may have been intended for, and I believe I've found some dialogue from the Rae Carson novelization that would have fit perfectly. I've also rest
  6. I remain stunned by what a mess the production of this film was. The Art of The Rise of Skywalker book has some interesting tidbits: unless it's a mistake—or even less likely, that there was another unseen scene with Poe, Finn, and Klaud in the Falcon—the lightspeed skipping scene must have been cut when the book was written. I wonder if the scene being deleted at some point could have had anything to do with the decision to leave what seems (to me, at least) a clear highlight of the score off the album. Also, the scene with the "Oracle" was actually cut at one poi
  7. There’s really no reason they’d actually have to give anything away just for an expanded release: Approaching the Throne (Alternate) The Force Is With You (Alternate)
  8. Looks like the tracked-over portion of ‘The Old Death Star’ (most likely from 5M10 Landing At ?) still fits the final edit of The Rise of Skywalker. In the film, this was replaced with bits of 0M1 Children’s School, 7M1 Seven One, and possibly 3M4 Quicksand!, though that title is conspicuously missing from the GEMA database, which typically contains only cues that actually appear in a film. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fjlrlhc22G-y9se1KNgFG5ToQrUvULoD/view?usp=drivesdk The emphasis on Poe’s theme here in the film version definitely stood out to me as odd, so I wasn’
  9. There’s still quite a few titles missing from that list. I believe this should be complete: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) Cue List Composed by John Williams Source: Original full scores and sketches 1M1 Elvis and the Prairie Dog 1M3 Tie Shoes 1M3 Rev. - Tie Shoes 1M4 Irena Spalkov 1M4 Rev. - Irena Spalkov 1M4 New Rev. - Irena Spalkov 1M5 Revisiting the Ark 1M5R Mark Graham Revisits The Ark 1M5B Gun Powder 2M6 Unpacking 2M7 Indie Fight Back 2M8 Indie's Great Escape 2M8B
  10. Despite being the Star Wars film that had the most music recorded—an astonishing 226 minutes!—The Rise of Skywalker must set a new record for tracking in the Star Wars films, borrowing over 7 minutes of music from 4 other episodes. There's more than 3 minutes from TFA, over 2 minutes from TLJ, about 1:30 from ROTS, and 0:45 from ROTJ. And even though there was already 6 minutes of tracked music in the November 11th cut, still more was added afterwards. I recently realized that part of the scene of Rey healing the snake appears to be tracked with 0M8 Saying Goodbye to the Fathier fr
  11. Thanks! It's just interesting to try imagine based on the available sources what may have been intended. And yet, there's so few places left in the film where that's allowed to happen! I had thought this was one of the rare cases that was still fairly close, but there's still about 30 seconds micro-edited out of 2M6 and about 20 seconds from 2M7 versus the OST, which may itself be micro-edited...
  12. I was surprised to discover how much longer the OST version of 'We Go Together' from TROS is, even accounting for how the two parts (2M6 The Medal and 2M7 Ship Trip) were separated in the film, though it seems pretty clear the original intention was for them to overlap as they do on the OST. I'm fairly certain that unused march section was meant to accompany a brief deleted scene of Maz and Leia watching the Falcon depart: this exact dialogue is found in both the novelization from Rae Carson and junior novelization from Michael Kogge, and—in my opinion—seems to fit this bit of musi
  13. The Eiger Sanction (1976) Composed by John Williams Source: SABAM Repertoire SCHLOCK POP - INSTR. SWINGING BACK AND FORTH THE MICROFILM THE SUNRISE THE EMPTY SAFE THE MICROFILM NEVER QUAVER THE EASY WAY TO THE DRAGON MORE GEORGE SCHLOCK POP CHUCK'S LUCK GEORGE REVEALS HERSELF HEMLOCK LEADS THE CLIMB THE FIRST SUNSET THE SUNRISE FALLING ROCKS SWINGING BACK & FORTH DOWN THE ICE FACE FREYTAG ON ICE HANGING BY A THREAD EIGER SANCTION MAIN END TITLE MAIN TIT
  14. Found what appears to be the original cue titles in the SABAM repertoire:
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