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  1. Hello fellow John Williams and Star Wars fans alike! Was wondering if anyone would be in possession of (and if so, willing to sell) the following programme from John Williams’ live concert performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 1978? Thank you in advance! May The Force Be With You!
  2. An Evening with John Williams in Concert London Symphony Orchestra Conductor: John Williams Friday 26 October, Auditorium 7:30pm £21-£90 Source
  3. Did anyone else watch the new documentary The Galaxy Britain Built: The British Force Behind Star Wars about the making of Star Wars on BBC Four this evening? It was wonderful, not least because it included extensive discussion of the music by John Williams. As well as showing several sections of the famous 1980 BBC documentary of John Williams working on the score to The Empire Strikes Back, it also included recent interviews with bassoonist Robert Bourton and trombonist Denis Wick who played in the LSO on the original soundtrack. Both spoke very highly of John Williams and gave their reco
  4. Hello, I wanted to share with you a playlist of my recent and not so recent scores for short films. For the larger ones I've had the great honor to conduct the Philharmonia Orchestra and the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road and Air Studios and for the chamber music ones I recorded the music in Paris. Hope you'll enjoy it!
  5. Programme includes: Superman: Theme Witches of Eastwick: Devil’s Dance Jurassic Park: Theme JFK: Prologue War Horse: Dartmoor 1912 Harry Potter: Hedwig’s Theme Jaws: Main Theme ET: Flying Theme Olympic Fanfare and Theme Raiders of the Lost Ark: March Schindler’s List: Theme Close Encounters (excerpts) Saving Private Ryan: Hymn to the Fallen Star Wars: Highlights London Symphony Orchestra
  6. Here are the discography of JW & The London Symphony Orchestra. Any missing entries? Studio Albums 1977 Star Wars [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]1978 Superman: The Movie [Original Sound Track]1978 The Fury [Original Soundtrack Recording]1979 Dracula [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]1980 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back [The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture]1981 Raiders Of The Lost Ark [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]1982 Monsignor [From The 20th Century Film]1983 Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi [The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]1997 The Hollywood Sound1997 T
  7. 16 Aug 2015 "The legendary London Symphony Orchestra, who you will remember recorded all previous episodes of the saga soundtracks but not the hotly anticipated forthcoming soundtrack for The Force Awakens, are still very much involved in matters relating to the galaxy far, far away. Yesterday Disney's Portfolio Creative Executive Scott Trowbridge revealed that the LSO have recorded the music for Season of the Force, to be heard in Disney Parks." More here: http://www.jedinews.co.uk/news/news.aspx?newsID=22991
  8. We all know that there are new Star Wars films coming in the future, and we know how much the prequels managed to deteriorate the iconography of the originals. One of the things that I think defines some of this iconography and identity of the original films is the LSO, their performance, and what I believe to be the techniques with which they were recorded. There is a gritty, edginess to the sound of the orchestra, which is completely lost in the prequel recordings. The new ones just sound too smooth. Does anyone feel the same way? I wonder what kinds of techniques were used back in the 70s a
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