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  1. A question for the scholars: A Suite from Black Sunday recording with a length of 14 minutes was presented in the cd Jurassic Park · The Classic John Williams [1993], conducted by William Motzing. Some experts from these forums affirm, and I agree with them, that the recording offered in the cd Close Encounters · The Essential John Williams Film Music Collection [1999] is the same 1993 recording, but re-edited and reduced for some indiscernible reason. Does anyone know if John Williams can be credited with the arrangement or preparation of this suite, or is it a product from the pen of an
  2. Hi Everyone. The film was recently released on Blu Ray. According to the specs... "Special Features and Technical Specs: 1080p presentation of the film on Blu-ray NEW audio commentary by film historian Stephen Prince (2020) NEW “FOURTH DOWN: COMPOSING BLACK SUNDAY” – An all-new interview with film music historian Daniel Schweiger about the John Williams score. (2020) DTS HD 5.1 surround LPCM 2.0 Stereo Optional English subtitles Theatrical Trailer Limited Edition slipcase on the first 1500 copies" Not an
  3. While we're nearing Black Friday, I found it fitting to give Black Sunday another listen on Spotify. I've found it offered for an OK price at a Scandinavian music store, but I'm not sure I think it's an essential JW score. What do you think? PS: I'm not a completist - I only buy soundtracks I'm actually going to listen to.
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