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  1. Williams renamed it for the concert version first recorded on the Horay for Hollywood CD, but yeah, the original theme was for the witches not the devil.
  2. I think I remember reading there was at least some recording of the orchestra aside from the concerts? Anyway, I'm so glad there is no audience clapping at the end.
  3. A Morricone concert was just announced in Seoul on August 1. I really didn't expect to attend a concert until way into the future, but with low Corona numbers here - around 50 a day throughout the whole country, I feel ok going. No word on the program yet: http://www.sac.or.kr/SacHome/perform/detailE?searchSeq=43571
  4. Regarding Return of the Jedi, I just love the last 50 seconds of Obi-Wan's Revelations where we have Leia's Theme building to chattering trumpets as the rebel fleet is revealed. One of my favorite snippets from the whole saga.
  5. Well the YouTube comments under both videos - the winning entry and the Spitfire's guy response to the reaction - are sure interesting. A few peope are pissed that the winner had worked with J.J. Abrams before, others are pissed their submissions never got viewed/listened to, and others are pissed at the Spitfire guy for saying "rules are made to be broken" refering to the rules of his own competition. Fascinating readiing! The composer addressed that in a tweet. Said he never met J.J. and J.J. would have no idea who he is. He was just one of 100s of people working on one of the MI films. Sounds reasonable. Screenshot in this video at 10:40:
  6. I missed your post. I just heard the same piece in the background on this Covid 19 segment. I thought I had discovered a new arrangement https://www.msnbc.com/mtp-daily/watch/frontline-medical-workers-speak-to-the-seriousness-of-the-covid-19-crisis-86923333926
  7. I remember someone commenting here somewhere that Summon The Heroes was performed. I remember because the original comment was that Summon The Heroes was performed at the 1998 concerts. I attended those and it wasn't. When I replied with that, the poster said he/she was getting the 1998 and 1996 concerts mixed up. It's mentioned here...but does this describes a different concert? http://www.johnwilliams.org/reference/bibliography/1996/snedden Yep, different concert: https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/film-music-lso-john-williams-barbican-london-1327016.html Well, 1996 would have been a good year to live in London
  8. I like John Williams performance of John Williams' Schindler's List on his "John Williams Plays The Movies" CD. I've been lucky enough to see both of them live
  9. New recording maybe? Anyway, new to YouTuibe and the montage was Williams' idea...
  10. Listening again, he didn't actually say Luke and Leia is from Empire. I think he just mentioned Empire becuase that is what they had been looking forward to. Then he said "one of John's most gorgeous and evocative movie cues" -not specifically that it was one of Empire's most evocative cues.
  11. Did Goldsmith score any other episodes besides Jonah and the Whale, which was in the GNP Irwin Allen boxset?
  12. I'm 99% it was the same. I don't recall noticing any differences.
  13. His site describes the piece as "for Gil Shaham" http://gilshaham.com/recording/gil-shaham-jonathan-feldman-the-devils-dance/ That wasn't why I said yes. I bought the CD when it came out, but it's in Australia and I am not. I'm pretty sure the CD mentions Williams involvement. I just always "knew" it was a Williams arrangement. Anyone have the CD handy?
  14. Williams not performing Superman at the 1998 London concerts left me traumatized.
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