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  1. So by my calculations, there's almost 45 minutes of unreleased music heard in the final film, though it's still unclear how much of that is old recordings tracked in... (Apologies to mobile phone users, this chart only looks right on a desktop or tablet.... if you are on mobile, turning your phone sideways helps somewhat) # Title Length On FYC? Length On OST? Length Unreleased 1 Main Title 1:26 01A [0:00-1:26] Fanfare and Prologue 1:26 2 Prologue 1 0:12 tracked in from TFA's "Starry Night" 0:38 01A [0:00-0:36] Prologue 0:36 02B [1:02-1:40] Journey to Exegol 0:38 0:20 01A [0:36-0:56] Prologue 0:20 02D [2:13-2:33] Journey to Exegol 0:20 0:32 01B [0:56-1:28] Prologue 0:32 0:10 01C [1:28-1:37] Prologue 0:09 01C [1:45-1:52] Fanfare and Prologue 0:07 0:08 01D [1:37-end] Prologue 0:08 3 Prologue 2 0:13 0:13 0:06 01E [2:52-2:58] Fanfare and Prologue 0:06 0:34 0:34 4 Prologue 3 0:06 0:06 0:17 02C [1:56-2:13] Journey to Exegol 0:17 0:53 0:53 5 Falcon Flight 2:22 02 Falcon Flight 2:22 6 The Training Course 2:10 2:10 7 Rey and Leia 0:49 0:49 8 Intel 1:58 1:58 9 We Go Together 2:33 03 We Go Together 2:10 09A [0:00-2:33] We Go Together 2:33 10 Helmet 1:17 1:17 11 Scavenger Hunt 0:09 0:09 12 Arrival on Pasaana 0:44 09B [2:33-end] We Go Together 0:44 SOURCE MUSIC 1:05 13 Rey and Nyambee 1:01 1:01 14 It's Ren 1:39 1:39 15 Wayfinder 0:56 0:56 16 The Speeder Chase 2:39 OST 05 The Speeder Chase is unused 2:39 17 Underground 0:32 0:32 18 Sith Dagger 1:16 1:16 19 Snake 0:19 0:19 20 Healing The Snake 1:19 1:19 21 The Knights of Ren 0:21 0:21 22 In The Desert 2:26 04 In the Desert 2:26 23 Transporter 1:04 1:04 24 We Gotta Go 0:24 0:24 25 A Prisoner 1:23 05 A Prisoner 1:23 26 To Kijimi 1:37 06 To Kimiji 1:37 27 Zorii Bliss 0:48 0:48 28 I Care 1:04 1:04 SOURCE MUSIC 0:49 29 My Friends 0:49 0:49 30 Report 0:18 0:18 31 Nobody Came 1:01 1:01 32 Incoming Destroyer 1:36 1:36 33 Fleeing from Kijimi 1:53 07 Fleeing from Kimiji 1:53 08A [0:00-1:33] Fleeing from Kijimi 1:33 34 Hallway Shooting 2:11 08 Hallway Shooting 2:11 35 Ren's Quarters 0:44 0:44 36 Hard to Get Rid Of 2:19 09 Hard to Get Rid Of 2:19 37 Lock Down The Ship 0:06 0:06 38 I'm The Spy 1:27 08C [1:33-end] Fleeing from Kijimi 1:18 0:20 39 Join Me 3:42 10 Join Me 2:21 10 Join Me 3:42 40 We Found Our Spy 0:21 0:21 41 I Know You 1:02 1:02 42 The Old Death Star 2:14 11 The Old Death Star 2:14 04A [0:00-1:22] The Old Death Star 1:22 43 Finn and Jannah 0:49 Could be partially "Finn's Confession" from TFA tracked in 0:49 44 Off The Waterfront 1:03 12 Off the Waterfront 1:03 04C [2:21-end] The Old Death Star 0:55 45 Another Skimmer 0:31 0:31 46 Rey Explores 1:11 "Darth Vader's Death" from ROTJ partially tracked in 1:11 47 Light Saber Duel 0:30 0:30 48 Saber Duel Continues 1:18 1:18 49 Final Saber Duel 1:38 13 Final Saber Duel 1:38 12A [0:00-1:05] The Final Saber Duel 1:05 50 Healing Wounds 2:54 14 Healing Wounds 2:49 12C [1:42-end] The Final Saber Duel 2:15 51 Advice 1:54 15 Advice 1:54 52 The Destruction of Kijimi 1:23 1:23 53 Poe and Leia 2:07 2:07 54 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 06 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 55 Luke's X-WIng 1:18 1:18 56 They Will Come 1:29 11B [0:57-end] They Will Come 1:54 57 Arrival at Exegol 1:18 This seems to actually be the intended placement of Journey To Exegol ??? 1:18 58 Rey To Throne Room 0:40 0:40 59 Battle of the Resistance 1:54 16 Battle of the Resistance 1:54 13B [1:12-end] Battle of the Resistance 1:39 60 Approaching The Throne 4:16 17 Approaching the Throne 4:16 14 Approaching the Throne 4:16 61 Parents 1:57 18 Parents 1:57 62 Coming Together 1:44 19 Coming Together 1:44 63 Rey & Ren Team Up 1:00 1:00 64 The One True Emperor 0:19 0:19 65 Too Many of Them 0:30 0:30 66 Lando Arrives 1:24 1:24 67 The Return of the Sith 0:58 0:58 68 Seeing Sights 3:17 20 Seeing Sights 3:17 15A [0:00-3:02] The Force Is with You 3:02 69 Destruction 0:49 At least partially "Peace and Purpose" from TLJ tracked in 0:28 70 Rescue 1:10 21 Rescue 1:10 15B [3:02-end] The Force Is with You 0:57 71 Rey's Death 0:48 16A [0:00-0:48] Farewell 0:48 72 Farewell 4:27 22 Farewell 4:27 16B [0:48-end] Farewell 4:26 73 Reunion 4:04 17 Reunion 4:04 74 A New Home 1:47 23 A New Home 1:42 18 A New Home 1:47 75 Finale 10:51 19 Finale 10:51 Total Unreleased Music: 0:43:32 There's a ton of music on the OST not heard in the film at all... besides little portions snipped out of cues that did make the film, we have: 01B [1:26-1:45] Fanfare and Prologue 0:00:26 replaced by Starry Night from TFA 01D [1:52-2:52] Fanfare and Prologue 0:01:00 01F [2:58-end] Fanfare and Prologue 1:16:00 02A [0:00-1:02] Journey to Exegol 0:01:02 I think this is actually partially heard as Rey arrives later in the film, hard to hear under sound effects 02C [2:33-end] Journey to Exegol 0:00:16 05 The Speeder Chase 0:03:21 replaced in final cut with new, much less interesting cue 04B [1:19-2:21] The Old Death Star 0:01:01 could be an early version of the trio meeting Jannah's crew? Or some of that and some of an early version of Finn talking to Jannah? 12B [1:05-1:42] The Final Saber Duel 0:00:37 could be an early version of the opening to Healing Wounds? 11A [0:00-0:57] They Will Come 0:00:57 could be an early version of the resistance discovering Rey's message coming from Luke's X-Wing? 13A [0:00-1:12] Battle of the Resistance 0:01:12 could be deleted final space battle footage? Or a special album-only opening? ~ Original main post: In this thread you can discuss the entire score, as heard in the film itself, the OST, the FYC, or anywhere else, without using spoiler tags. Of course, in the early days here, you can certain put very spoiler-y things in tags for the time being. The point of this thread is so those people who want to discuss the OST album without reading anything about the film can stay in that thread, and only come in here after they've seen the film. @Thor, feel free to copy and paste the paragraph you just posted about the score in the film thread into this thread too
  2. Just curious, as I've observed several posters writing about book plans. And who will be the first to publish a non-academic biography? For those who answer yes, could you write a few words about your upcoming book?
  3. An anonymous tipster has sent JWFan some information that I can share with you now! The information is a list of cues that appeared in a cut of the film dated November 11th, 2019. Remember, the final day of recording sessions didn't happen until November 21st, and even by this cut some of the cues JW had written had already been dropped or replaced, so consider this a PARTIAL cue list: 1M01 Main Title 1M022 The Ninth Beginning 1M05 Rey Trains 1M06 Ren's Entrance 1M08 Approaching The Nursery 1M09 Rey Wakes Up 1M13 Tell Me What They Are 1M15 Vader's Castle 1M20 Rey Training 1M24 Meditation 1M26 Spy's Message 1M26 Lightspeed Skipping 2M01 Cockpit Dialog 2M02 Fixing The Helmet 2M03 The Wisdom of Maz 2M04 The Emperor Lives 2M06 The Medal 2M07 Ship Trip 2M20 The Forge 2M30 Rey's Mission 2M32 Quicksand 0M01 Children's School 3M00 Lando 3M01 Before The Chase 3M03 No Title 3M06 Knights of Ren 3M07 Ochi and the Dagger 4M01 Rey Senses Ren's Approach 4M02 Rey's Incredible Hand 4M04 Zucini? 4M05 To The End 4M05B Good Ship, Bad Ship 4M06 He Won't Remember 4M07 Rey's Grief 4M10 Red Eyes 4M11 Poe and Girlfriend 4M12 Ship Walk and Talk 5M01 Meddling and Poe's Crush 5M03 Hallway Shooting 5M05 Rey Sees Mother 5M06 Hard To Get Rid Of 5M07 I'm The Spy 5M08 Geneology 5M10 Landing At ? 5M12 Off The Waterfront 5M30 Under a Blanket 6M02 Rey Climbs Pipes 6M02A Climbing 6M04 Daisy In A Veil 6M05 Leia Lies Down 6M07 Stop and Start 6M08 Healing Wounds 6M12 Six Twelve 6M13 Rey's Trip To P 6M20 Sabre Toss 7M01 Seven One 7M02 Rey Meets Luke 7M03 Luke's Advice 7M04 The Meeting 7M05 March Of The Resistance 7M08 Father Knows Best 7M10 Leia's Sabre 7M12 Seven Twelve 7M12A Horses #2 7M20 Approaching The Throne 7M21 Parents 7M30 More Action 7M32 Make The Sacrifice 7M36 Dunkirk 7M38 I Am All The Sith 8M04 Psalm of the Sith 8M05 Jumping The Chain 8M07 Big Ship Blows Up 8M08 On Their Knees 8M10 Success and Sliding 8M11A Dropping The Sabre 8M14 Ben to Rey 8M15 Horn Solo 8M16 End Credits 9M03 Bows 9M05ALT Return to Tattooine The list also contains the two source pieces not composed by Williams: 2S35 JJ Festival Music 3S35 JJ Bar Source As well as the cue names from prior scores that were tracked into this cut: 13M2 from Ep.6 Vader's Death 7M03 from Ep.3 The Birth of the Twins 7M05 from Ep.3 Plans for the Twins 3M26R from Ep.7 You're Han Solo? 4M36R from Ep.7 I Ran Into You 5M46R from Ep.7 Kylo Stalks Rey 6M50R from Ep.7 Han and Leia Reunion 6M55R from Ep.7 Council Meeting 6M56E from Ep.7 Ren In Cockpit 8M77 from Ep.7 March Of The Resistance 4M36 from Ep.8 Luke and Rey UPDATE: Additional cue titles found in GEMA Repertoire: Chewie's Interrogation Emperor's Attack Emperor's Theme V3 Falcon's Last Trip Filial Fencing Hero Fight It Fits! Kylo's Theme Lido Hey [JJ Abrams/Lin-Manuel Miranda] More Maz Name That Tune Poe's Theme Ready to Be a Jedi Rey and Ren Rey's Training The Crowd Joins In The Dunkirk Shot The Feeling The Last Fight The Millennium Falcon Theme The Resistance Theme Through the Jungle Tunnel Monster Uncharted Territory Wayfinder Insert
  4. The Force Awakens by John Williams Complete Score Breakdown & Other Info by Jason LeBlanc Do not repost anywhere without my permission!! I have no clue what any of Williams' original cue names are, so I made up my own names for all of them, usually just using a description of the scene or some dialogue from it rather than trying to imitate Williams' naming style. I'm sure I missed some things here and there so I welcome any at all questions and updates and corrections. Without further ado here we go! # Title On FYC? On OST? THE FILM SCORE 1 Main Title 1:26 01A [0:00-1:26] Main Title 1:26 2 Starry Night 2:09 01A [0:00-2:09] The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 1 2:09 01B [1:26-3:07] The Attack on the Jakku Village 1:41 3 Village Attack 3:18 01B [2:09-end] The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 1 3:18 01C [3:07-5:03] The Attack on the Jakku Village 1:56 4 I Will Show You The Dark Side 0:43 5 Kill Them All 1:53 02 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 2 1:53 01D [5:03-end] The Attack on the Jakku Village 1:22 6 Submit Your Blaster For Inspection 0:44 7 Rey The Scavenger 2:21 03 The Scavenger 1:52 02A [0:00-2:21] The Scavenger 2:21 8 Lunchtime 1:18 04 Lunchtime 1:12 02B [2:21-end] The Scavenger 1:18 9 BB-8 Meets Rey 0:52 10 It's In The Droid 0:19 11 Not For Sale / You Need A Pilot 1:01 12 I Can Fly Anything 4:09 05 I Can Fly Anything 4:09 03B [0:30-end] I Can Fly Anything 2:41 13 Finn’s Trek 1:35 06 Finn’s Trek 1:35 14 Stolen Jacket 0:36 08B [0:35-1:11] That Girl With The Staff 0:36 15 Follow Me 3:09 07A [0:00-3:09] Follow Me 3:09 05 Follow Me 2:54 16 The Falcon 4:00 07B [3:09-end] The Falcon 4:00 07 The Falcon 3:32 17 Finn, I'm Rey 0:35 08A [0:00-0:35] That Girl With The Staff 0:35 18 The Droid Stole A Freighter? 0:47 08C [1:11-end] That Girl With The Staff 0:47 19 Poisonous Gas 1:33 09A [0:00-1:01] The Rathtars! 1:01 20 You're Han Solo! 2:05 ** released via LEGO The Force Awakens as "MX_HUBFALCON" 2:10 21 Tasu Leech 1:10 22 Rathtars Unleashed 1:19 08 The Rathtars 1:19 09C [1:22-2:13] The Rathtars! 0:51 23 Rey Closes Door 0:16 24 Escape In The Millennium Falcon 1:52 09D [2:13-end] The Rathtars! 1:52 25 Supreme Leader Snoke 2:07 09 Snoke 2:07 17A [0:00-1:02] Snoke 1:02 26 It's True, All Of It 1:19 27 Arrival at Takodana 0:42 10B [0:52-1:17] Finn's Confession 0:25 28 You Got A Name? 1:32 10 You Got A Name? 1:32 10C [1:17-end] Finn's Confession 0:51 29 Informants 0:21 04B [1:10-end] Rey Meets BB-8 0:21 30 I Will Finish What You Started 1:06 31 Maz Examines Finn 1:21 11A [0:00-1:21] Maz's Counsel 1:21 32 I'm No Hero 1:06 11 I’m No Hero 1:06 10A [0:00-0:52] Finn's Confession 0:52 33 Rey Underground 0:36 34 Rey's Vision 0:56 35 Maz and Rey 1:53 11B [1:21-end] Maz's Counsel 1:46 36 The Starkiller 1:52 12 The Starkiller 1:52 12 The Starkiller 1:51 37 Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle 2:15 13 Kylo Ren Arrives at the Battle 2:15 13 Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle 2:01 38 The Resistance 1:35 14 The Resistance 1:35 39 The Abduction 2:27 15 The Abduction 1:35 14 The Abduction 2:25 40 Finn and Poe, United 3:08 16 Finn and Poe, United 2:01 15A [0:00-2:52] Han And Leia 2:52 41 Han and Leia Discuss Kylo 2:01 15B [2:52-end] Han And Leia 1:49 42 You Still Want To Kill Me 0:36 43 You Will Never Be As Strong As Darth Vader 1:29 44 Bring Her To Me 1:03 17B [1:02-end] Snoke 1:01 45 Jedi Mind Trick 0:36 46 Ren's Rage 0:53 47 Precint 47 1:35 48 Bring Him Home 1:17 49 Landing At Light Speed 1:12 50 Weapon Charged In 15 Minutes 0:18 51 Group Enters Base 0:57 52 The Bombing Run 2:07 17 The Bombing Run 2:07 53 Escape Now, Hug Later 0:22 54 Bag of Explosives 0:48 18A [0:00-0:48] On The Inside 0:48 55 Planting Charges 2:06 18B [0:48-end] On The Inside 2:06 18 On The Inside 2:05 56 Torn Apart 4:24 19 Torn Apart 4:24 19 Torn Apart 4:19 57 Rey Gets The Lightsaber 0:48 20A [0:00-0:45] The Ways Of The Force 0:45 58 The Trench Run 1:44 20A [0:00-1:20] The Ways of The Force 1:20 59 Rey Vs Ren 2:38 20B [1:20-end] The Ways of The Force 2:38 20B [0:45-end] The Ways Of The Force 2:30 60 Time To Complete His Training 0:51 61 The Journey Home 2:18 21 The Journey Home 2:18 22A [0:00-2:05] Farewell and The Trip 2:05 62 R2 Shows The Map 1:10 22A [0:00-1:10] Farewell and The Trip 1:10 04A [0:00-1:10] Rey Meets BB-8 1:10 63 Rey's Trip 2:42 22B [1:10-end] Farewell and The Trip 2:39 22B [2:13-end] Farewell and The Trip 2:42 64 The Jedi Steps 2:12 23A [0:00-2:12] The Jedi Steps 2:12 23A [0:00-2:12] The Jedi Steps 2:12 65 Finale 7:46 23B [2:12-end] Finale 7:46 23B [2:21-end] Finale 6:39 CONCERT / ALBUM ARRANGEMENTS 66 Rey’s Theme 3:11 06 Rey’s Theme 3:11 67 March of the Resistance 2:35 16 March of the Resistance 2:35 68 Scherzo For X-Wings 2:32 21 Scherzo For X-Wings 2:32 ALTERNATES 69 I Can Fly Anything (Alternate Opening) 0:30 03A [0:00-0:30] I Can Fly Anything 0:30 70 UNUSED MUSIC 0:21 09B [1:01-1:22] The Rathtars! 0:21 Google Spreadsheet version of this table here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rDuRXT-67ETwF2cy4lNkgp5AV_QcIDivxUwCLtLOGfg/pubhtml# (Third tab) CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF OST: THE FILM SCORE: 01 Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village (6:25) 02 The Scavenger (3:39) 03 I Can Fly Anything (3:11) 08B [0:35-1:11] (0:36) "Stolen Jacket" 05 Follow Me (2:54) 07 The Falcon (3:32) 08A [0:00-0:35] "Finn, I'm Rey" 08C [1:11-end] "The Droid Stole A Freigher?" 09 The Rathtars! (4:05) 17A [0:00-1:02] (1:02) "Supreme Leader Snoke" 10B [0:52-end] (1:16) "Arrival At Takodana / You Got A Name?" 04B [1:10-end] (0:21) "Informants" 11A [0:00-1:21] (1:21) "Maz Examines Finn" 10A [0:00-0:52] (0:52) "I'm No Hero" 11B [1:21-end] (1:46) "Maz and Rey" 12 The Starkiller (1:51) 13 Kylo Ren Arrives at the Battle (2:01) 14 The Abduction (2:25) 15 Han and Leia (4:41) 17B [1:02-end] (1:01) "Bring Her To Me" 18 On the Inside (2:05) 19 Torn Apart (4:19) 20 The Ways of the Force (3:15) 22A [0:00-2:05] (2:05) Farewell 04A [0:00-1:10] (1:10) "R2 Shows The Map" 22B [2:13-end] (2:42) The Trip 23 The Jedi Steps and Finale (8:51) THE CONCERT ARRANGEMENTS: 06 Rey's Theme (3:11) 16 March of the Resistance (2:35) 21 Scherzo for X-Wings (2:32) DETAILED OST BREAKDOWN: 01. Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village (6:25) [0:00-1:26] = cue 1 Main Title [1:26-3:07] = cue 2 Starry Night (FYC 01A [0:00-2:09]) [3:07-5:03] = cue 3 Village Attack (FYC 01B [2:09-end] [5:03-end] = cue 5 Kill Them All (FYC 02) 02. The Scavenger (3:39) [0:00-0:39] = unknown, possibly unused opening of: [0:39-2:21] = cue 7 Rey The Scavenger (FYC 03) [2:21-end] = cue 8 Lunchtime (FYC 04) 03. I Can Fly Anything (3:11) [all] = cue 12 I Can Fly Anything (FYC 05) 04. Rey Meets BB-8 (1:31) [0:00-1:10] = either cue 9 BB-8 Meets Rey or cue 61 R2 Shows The Map (up for debate which is the intended position and which is the tracked) [1:10-end] = cue 29 Informants 05. Follow Me (2:54) [all] = cue 15 Follow Me (FYC07A [0:00-3:09]) 06. Rey’s Theme (3:11) [all] = concert arrangment of Rey's Theme 07. The Falcon (3:32) [all] = cue 16 The Falcon (FYC07B [3:09-end]) 08. That Girl With The Staff (1:58) [0:00-0:35] = cue 17 Finn, I'm Rey [0:35-1:11] = cue 14 Stolen Jacket [1:11-end] = cue 18 The Droid Stole A Freighter? 09. The Rathtars! (4:05) [0:00-1:01] = cue 19 Poisonous Gas [1:01-1:22] = not in film, probably unused opening to next cue [1:22-2:13] = cue 22 Rathtars Unleashed (FYC 08) [2:13-end] = cue 24 Escape In the Millenium Falcon 10. Finn’s Confession (2:08) [0:00-0:52] = cue 32 I'm No Hero (FYC 11) [0:52-1:17] = cue 27 Arrival At Takodana [1:17-end] = cue 28 You Got A Name? (FYC 10) 11. Maz’s Counsel (3:07) [0:00-1:21] = cue 31 Maz Examines Finn [1:21-end] = cue 35 Maz and Rey 12. The Starkiller (1:51) [all] = cue 36 The Starkiller (FYC 12) 13. Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle (2:01) [all] = cue 37 Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle (FYC 13) 14. The Abduction (2:25) [all] = cue 39 The Abduction (FYC 15) 15. Han And Leia (4:41) [0:00-2:52] = cue 40 Finn and Poe, United (FYC 16) [2:52-end] = cue 41 Han and Leia Discuss Kylo 16. March of the Resistance (2:35) [all] = concert arrangment of The Resistance theme 17. Snoke (2:03) [0:00-1:02] = cue 25 Supreme Leader Snoke (FYC 09) [1:02-end] = cue 44 Bring Her To Me 18. On the Inside (2:05) [all] = cue 55 "Planting Charges" (FYC 18B [0:48-end]) 19. Torn Apart (4:19) [all] = cue 56 Torn Apart (FYC 19) 20. The Ways Of The Force (3:14) [0:00-0:45] = cue 57 "Rey Gets The Lightsaber" [0:45-end] = cue 59 "Rey Vs Ren" (FYC 20B [1:20-end]) 21. Scherzo For X-Wings (2:32) [all] = concert version of cue 58 "The Trench Run" (FYC20A [0:00-1:20]) 22. Farewell And The Trip (4:55) [0:00-2:05] = cue 61 "The Journey Home" (FYC 21) [2:05-end] = cue 63 "Rey's Trip" (FYC 22B [1:10-end]) 23. The Jedi Steps And Finale (8:51) [0:00-2:12] = cue 64 The Jedi Steps (FYC 23A [0:00-2:11]) [2:12-6:07] = End Credits part 1 (FYC 23B [2:11-6:04]) [6:07-7:28] = Repeated section of "March of the Resistance" (FYC 23C [6:04-8:34]) [7:28-end] = End Credits part 2 (FYC 23D [8:34-end]) QUICK FYC BREAKDOWN: FYC 01 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 1 (5:27) [all] (5:27) = OST 01 [1:26-5:03] (3:37) Main Title and The Attack on the Jakku Village FYC 02 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 2 (1:53) [all] (1:53) = OST 01 [5:03-end] (1:22) Main Title and The Attack on the Jakku Village FYC 03 The Scavenger (1:52) [all] (1:52) = OST 02 [0:36-2:21] The Scavenger FYC 04 Lunchtime (1:12) [all] (1:12) = OST02 [2:21-end] The Scavenger FYC 05 I Can Fly Anything (4:09) [0:00-1:00] (1:00) = Previously Unreleased [1:00-end] (3:09) = OST 05 [0:30-end] (2:24) I Can Fly Anything FYC 06 Finn’s Trek (1:35) [all] (1:35) = Previously Unreleased FYC 07 Follow Me and The Falcon (7:09) [0:00-3:09] (3:09) = OST 05 Follow Me (2:54) [3:09-end] (4:00) = OST 07 The Falcon (3:32) FYC 08 The Rathtars (1:19) [all] (1:19) = OST 09 [1:22-2:13] The Rathtars! FYC 09 Snoke (2:07) [all] (2:07) = OST 17 [0:00-1:02] Snoke FYC 10 You Got A Name? (1:32) [0:00-0:45] (0:45) = Previously Unreleased [0:45-end] (0:47) = OST 10 [1:17-end] (0:51) Finn's Confession FYC 11 I’m No Hero (1:06) [all] (1:06) = OST 10 [0:00-0:52] (0:52) Finn's Confession FYC 12 The Starkiller (1:52) [all] (1:52) = OST 12 The Starkiller (1:51) FYC 13 Kylo Ren Arrives at the Battle (2:15) [all] (2:15) = OST 13 Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle (2:01) FYC 14 The Resistance (1:35) [all] (1:35) = Previously Unreleased FYC 15 The Abduction (1:35) [all] (1:35) = OST 14 [0:56-end] (1:29) The Abduction FYC 16 Finn and Poe, United (2:01) [all] (2:01) = OST 15 [1:13-2:52] (1:39) Han and Leia FYC 17 The Bombing Run (2:07) [all] (2:07) = Previously Unreleased FYC 18 On the Inside (2:54) [0:00-0:48] (0:48) = Previously Unreleased [0:48-end] (2:06) = OST 18 [0:03-end] (2:02) On The Inside FYC 19 Torn Apart (4:24) [all] (4:24) = OST 19 Torn Apart (4:19) FYC 20 The Ways of the Force (3:58) [0:00-1:20] (1:20) = Previously Unreleased [1:20-end] (2:38) = OST 20 [0:45-end] (2:20) The Ways Of The Force FYC 21 The Journey Home (2:18) [all] (2:18) = OST 22 [0:00-2:05] (2:05) Farewell and The Trip FYC 22 Farewell and The Trip (3:49) [0:00-1:10] = OST 04 [0:00-1:10] (1:10) Rey Meets BB-8 [1:10-end] (2:39) = OST 22 [2:13-end] (2:42) Farewell and The Trip FYC 23 The Jedi Steps and Finale (9:58) [0:00-6:53] (6:54) = OST 23 [0:00-6:59] (6:59) The Jedi Steps and Finale [6:53-8:05] (1:12) = OST 16 [tbd-tbd] (tbd) March of the Resistance [8:05-end] (1:53) = OST 23 [6:59-end] (1:53) The Jedi Steps and Finale Simple FYC/OST Combo Playlist, no Editing Required OST 06 Rey's Theme (3:11) OST 16 March of the Resistance (2:35) OST 21 Scherzo for X-Wings (2:32) FYC 01 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 1 (5:27) FYC 02 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 2 (1:53) OST 02 The Scavenger (3:39) OST 04 Rey Meets BB-8 (1:31) FYC 05 I Can Fly Anything (4:09) FYC 06 Finn’s Trek (1:35) FYC 07 Follow Me and The Falcon (7:09) OST 08 That Girl with the Staff (1:58) OST 09 The Rathtars! (4:05) FYC 09 Snoke (2:07) FYC 10 You Got A Name? (1:32) FYC 11 I'm No Hero (1:06) OST 11 Maz's Counsel (3:07) FYC 12 The Starkiller (1:52) FYC 13 Kylo Ren Arrives at the Battle (2:15) FYC 14 The Resistance (1:35) OST 14 The Abduction (2:25) OST 15 Han and Leia (4:41) OST 17 Snoke (2:03) FYC 17 The Bombing Run (2:07) FYC 18 On The Inside (2:54) FYC 19 Torn Apart (4:24) OST 20 The Ways of the Force (3:15) OST 22 Farewell And The Trip (4:55) FYC 23 The Jedi Steps and Finale (9:58) TOTAL TIME - 1:30:00 Some notes: I like the concert arrangements first but you could certainly put them after instead Obviously the main title isn't here, but I don't mind. I've been listening to that piece for 20 years and don't need to hear it everytime I listen to this score. Obviously if you can't live without it, you can use OST track 1 instead of FYC tracks 1 and 2. For "The Way of the Force", I went with the OST version to get the great music for Rey getting the saber. The FYC version replaces that bit with the music for the X-Wings attack, which is great but since we have similar music in the Sherzo track it was easy to keep the OST version. For "The Starkiller", and "Torn Apart" you could swap in the OST version if you prefer. Torn Apart has a softer ending on album than the FYC version OST Track 10 Finn's Confession can replace FYC tracks 10 and 11 if you prefer that album arrangement with the Arrival at Takadona music. Longer Chronological Edit of OST + FYC, In-Track Editing Required: THE SCORE OST 01A [0:00-1:26] (1:26) Main Title / FYC 01 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 1 (5:27) FYC 02 The Attack on the Jakku Village Part 2 (1:53) OST 02 The Scavenger (3:39) FYC 05 I Can Fly Anything (4:09) FYC 06 Finn’s Trek (1:35) OST 08B [0:35-1:11] (0:36) "Stolen Jacket" FYC 07 Follow Me and The Falcon (7:09) OST 08A [0:00-0:35] "Finn, I'm Rey" OST 08C [1:11-end] "The Droid Stole A Freigher?" OST 09 The Rathtars! (4:05) FYC 09 Snoke (2:07) OST 10B [0:52-1:17] (0:25) "Arrival At Takodana" FYC 10 You Got A Name? (1:32) OST 04B [1:10-end] (0:21) "Informants" OST 11A [0:00-1:21] (1:21) "Maz Examines Finn" FYC 11 I’m No Hero (1:06) OST 11B [1:21-end] (1:46) "Maz and Rey" FYC 12 The Starkiller (1:52) FYC 13 Kylo Ren Arrives at the Battle (2:15) or OST 13 if you prefer its version of Kylo's Theme in the middle FYC 14 The Resistance (1:35) OST 14 The Abduction (2:25) note that FYC 15 has an alternate ending if you prefer it OST 15 Han and Leia (4:41) OST 17B [1:02-end] (1:01) "Bring Her To Me" FYC 17 The Bombing Run (2:07) FYC 18 On The Inside (2:54) FYC 19 Torn Apart (4:24) OST 20A [0:00-0:45] (0:45) "Rey Gets The Lightsaber" / FYC 20 The Ways of the Force (3:58) FYC 21 The Journey Home (2:18) FYC 22 Farewell and The Trip (3:49) FYC 23 The Jedi Steps and Finale (9:58) ALBUM ARRANGEMENTS OST 06 Rey's Theme (3:11) OST 16 March of the Resistance (2:35) OST 21 Scherzo for X-Wings (2:32) THE RAW NUMBERS: 102 minutes of score in the final cut of the film (not including Miranda/Abrams source music). 77 of that released between the OST and FYC, leaving 25 completely unreleased. The OST has another 15 minutes of music that isn't used in the film anywhere, meaning in total 92 minutes out of the 175 recorded has been released. With 25 of that being the music heard in the film that is unreleased, this leaves about 58 minutes completely unreleased and unheard. All comments welcome!
  5. In this thread feel free to openly discuss the entire OST album (and FYC album) including all track titles, BUT DO NOT POST ANY MOVIE SPOILERS. If you want to discuss how the music on this album relates to the plot leaks, head on over to The Rise of Skywalker SPOILERS ALLOWED discussion thread. If you've seen the film and want to to discuss music you heard in it that is not on the OST album, head on over to The Rise of Skywalker - COMPLETE SCORE as heard in the film Discussion - SPOILERS ALLOWED! If you want to post about where to buy the digital edition, ordering or receiving your physical copy, post pictures of it, etc, head over to The Rise of Skywalker - Disney Records OST Also, this is a thread to discuss the music itself. This is not a thread to ask people where you can illegally download it, nor a place to ask people to PM you information on how to illegally download it. Posts of that nature will be deleted and repeated offenses will result in a ban. If the album isn't legally for sale in your country yet and you want to hear it, google is your friend, then come back here to only discuss the contents, not how you obtained it. Thank you. 01 Fanfare and Prologue 4:34 02 Journey to Exegol 2:49 03 The Rise of Skywalker 4:18 04 The Old Death Star 3:16 05 The Speeder Chase 3:21 06 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 07 Anthem of Evil 3:23 08 Fleeing from Kijimi 2:51 09 We Go Together 3:17 10 Join Me 3:42 11 They Will Come 2:50 12 The Final Saber Duel 3:57 13 Battle of the Resistance 2:51 14 Approaching the Throne 4:16 15 The Force Is with You 3:59 16 Farewell 5:14 17 Reunion 4:04 18 A New Home 1:47 19 Finale 10:51 Total Runtime 1:16:32 UPDATE: Here's the chronological order of the OST 01 Fanfare and Prologue 4:34 02 Journey to Exegol 2:49 09 We Go Together 3:17 05 The Speeder Chase 3:21 08 Fleeing from Kijimi 2:51 10 Join Me 3:42 04 The Old Death Star 3:16 12 The Final Saber Duel 3:57 06 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 11 They Will Come 2:50 13 Battle of the Resistance 2:51 14 Approaching the Throne 4:16 15 The Force Is with You 3:59 16 Farewell 5:14 17 Reunion 4:04 18 A New Home 1:47 19 Finale 10:51 CONCERT ARRANGEMENTS 07 Anthem of Evil 3:23 03 The Rise of Skywalker 4:18
  6. Hello, Some time ago I made that score reductions and analysis of Yoda's Theme and The Throne Room like other scores are analyzed on FilmScoreAnalysis channel. I think that's very interesting to look and analyze some masterworks by John Williams and other composers. (New version): I'm also working on analysis of Across The Stars and I will upload it at the end of the month. If you have any ideas what to do to make my analysis better, please, tell me. 🙂 Edit: Here's Across The Stars analysis Edit 2: Here's Anakin's Theme: Edit 3: Han Solo And The Princess https://youtu.be/8lbR7n1DcKE Edit 4: The Emperor's Arrival https://youtu.be/HJXs0HP35p8 Edit 5: Leia Breaks The News Edit 6: Another Happy Landing: Edit 7: Star Of Bethlehem The Death Star Theme from Schindler's List: Ps. And if you have any ideas what score should I analyze next also please, tell me.
  7. You know the drill! ...and then he said; I know, but all the good composers are dead!
  8. I put it on repeat most of the day .At least 15-20 times by now. I love this, it's kind of a mix of theme from Jurassic Park with Harry Potter Might end up one of my favorite concert versions ever and one of his most beautiful.
  9. Dreamworks issued a press release today indicating Thomas Newman will score Bridge of Spies. The press release simultaneously confirms that Williams will score Spielberg's The BFG. http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/thomas-newman-to-score-steven-spielbergs-bridge-of-spies-john-williams-will-tune-up-the-bfg-20150318
  10. Hello, people...I'm back! Anyway, way back in the year 1977 (the same year that George Lucas' original Star Wars movie came out on 32 to 40 movie theaters and unexpectedly became the most gigantic hit of the land during the summer of 1977 and the following years), while working on the classic science fiction movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"... Filmmaker Steven Spielberg and his music composer John Williams had this Disney song in mind: The very sounds of Cliff "Ukulele Ike" Edwards as Jiminy Cricket singing the song "When You Wish Upon a Star" from 1940's Pinocchio and written by Ned Washington and Leigh Harline. Here's more info about that song as well as the lyrics and the linked video: https://www.songfacts.com/facts/cliff-edwards/when-you-wish-upon-a-star Classic, isn't it, folks? Anyway, I don't know about you guys, but as for me... Just as both Steven Spielberg and John Williams had the Disney song "When You Wish Upon a Star" from 1940's Pinocchio in mind while working on Close Encounters of the Third Kind way back in 1977... As for myself, in more modern times like this, and I hate to be off-topic here, but while I was working on a rather whimsical idea involving three young men or brothers who flew themselves through outer space in a flying white Chevrolet Equinox car to escape the turmoil into which the planet Earth has fallen... I was looking for a song that could help connect any or all of my ideas and concepts and elements that I was trying to assemble for 14 years and counting and help meld any or all of them into a unified whole, and what I always have in mind could well be one of my favorite songs from my own childhood. And that song I'm talking about in question could be "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version)" as sung by The Powerpuff Girls' Blossom's original voice actress Cathy Cavadini and written by the late James Horner and Will Jennings for the rather obscure and forgotten 1991 Steven Spielberg-produced animated movie An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. You see, every time I hear Fievel's sister Tanya's version of the song "Dreams to Dream" from the movie "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West", as sung by Cathy Cavadini, I hope that everything will fall into place very soon as far as my dream epic movie project, the title of which I have yet to finalize, and especially as far as giving the epic movie or story of my dreams the hook I'm looking for. . But in addition to Tanya's version of Dreams to Dream as sung by Cathy Cavadini in the actual An American Tail: Fievel Goes West movie itself... There is also the version as sung in the end credits of that movie by Linda Ronstadt... As well as the rendition of that song as heard in the An American Tail: A Musical Adventure with Fievel and Friends companion soundtrack album that they put out around the time of Fievel Goes West's 1991 theatrical release. Beautiful song, isn't it, folks? Anyway, and I hate to be off-topic once again, but I was thinking... Not only I wanted to pretty much hang the epic film or story of my dreams on the mood that song "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version)" from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West created, and especially the way it affected me personally and emotionally, but if I do, say, use the actual vintage Cathy Cavadini recording of Tanya's version of the song "Dreams to Dream" from Fievel Goes West on the soundtrack during one sequence for my dream epic movie when the Chevrolet Equinox car magically flies away from Earth's atmosphere to ride towards outer space -- then in effect, [almost] similar to how John Williams' music score for Steven Spielberg's 1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind quoted Disney's Pinocchio's When You Wish Upon A Star, my possible usage of "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version)" by Cathy Cavadini from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West in my dream epic film -- especially on the soundtrack during one such sequence for such a thing where the Chevrolet Equinox car (with the aforementioned three young men or brothers inside) magically flies away from Earth towards outer space -- well, all that could hopefully turn an already beautiful piece of music from some obscure and forgotten animated movie produced by Steven Spielberg at the beginning of the 1990s, ( in my case, "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version)" from 1991's An American Tail: Fievel Goes West) into something even more breathtakingly beautiful than what it already is, especially through a different environment like outer space. But even so, then, I will always have the song "Dreams to Dream" (especially the version sung by Cathy Cavadini as Fievel's sister Tanya Mousekewtiz) from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West in my mind not only for my dream epic film production, but also for that flying Chevrolet Equinox car space travel scene that I hope to include in my dream epic movie idea, similar to the way that Steven Spielberg and John Williams always had the Disney song "When You Wish Upon a Star" from 1940's Pinocchio in their minds while they were working on the 1977 classic sci-fi movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Anyway, apologies for the long post, but the question is: What would you really think if you happen to hear the song "Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version)" from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West playing on the soundtrack during a scene in my dream epic movie where the Chevrolet Equinox car (with three young men or brothers inside the vehicle) flies or rides through outer space on the big movie theater screen and especially with the likes of Disney/Lucasfilm's Industrial Light & Magic (or ILM for short) or someplace contributing some breathtakingly beautiful effects movie magic to such a scene as the Chevrolet Equinox car magically flying through space set to Cathy Cavadini's rendition of Tanya's version of the song Dreams to Dream from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West playing on the soundtrack? Well, wouldn't all that be breathtakingly beautiful or something else entirely if such a movie scene ever do come true? Just wondering...
  11. There it is. The Original Trilogy plus The Force Awakens, live to projection! http://nyphil.org/concerts-tickets/explore/1718/star-wars
  12. Uh...what the heck?!? Just saw this on the Entertainment Weekly site!! https://ew.com/movies/2018/11/17/john-williams-new-music-disney-star-wars-theme-parks/
  13. THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION Click Here to Order: https://tinyurl.com/suyvxyj . THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION is presented as a limited edition of 500 units. LISTEN TO A SOUNDCLIPS FROM "THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION” GHOST SHIP https://tinyurl.com/vxu2akh TEMPTATION https://tinyurl.com/th8m5hc PROJECT: MOONBEAST https://tinyurl.com/skbuapz UNDER THE MOON https://tinyurl.com/vsjecbr Composer Conrad Pope will sign the first 50 copies of THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION, VOLUME 1 sold through the website. Dragon’s Domain Records, to be distributed through buysoundtrax.com, presents THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION, VOLUME 1 featuring music composed and conducted by Conrad Pope (PAVILION OF WOMEN, MY WEEK WITH MARILYN, TIM’S VERMEER) for four feature films from his filmography. Conrad Pope is one of Hollywood’s most in-demand orchestrators, known for his numerous collaborations with composers John Williams, James Horner, Howard Shore, Alexandre Desplat, James Newton Howard, Alan Silvestri, John Powell, Mark Isham, Danny Elfman, and many others. Pope also has a resume of some 18 original film scores to his credit. His talent in many aspects of movie music and his dexterity on scoring paper and concert stage alike has given him a sought-after reputation in Hollywood that has remained durable and dependable for thirty-five years. GHOST SHIP was based on the true story about a Spanish galleon in 1863 that was swept up the flooding Colorado River from San Diego, and was stranded and wrecked far inland in the Salton Sea. The fictional part of the story has to do with seven kids, who learn of the lost galleon and turn a boring school rock-collecting trip into a quest for a shipload of lost pirate treasure. Somehow the filmmakers were able to fund $100,000 to record the score with a 75-piece orchestra, an unheard of amount for an independent movie. Pope’s score is grandly adventurous with large orchestral gestures, a Coplandesque motif setting the tone for a late 19th Century adventure involving eager kids. Released in 1994, TEMPTATION is a potboiler about insurance fraud and murder. The director was looking for music along the lines of Jerry Goldsmith’s BASIC INSTINCT. His score for the film emphasizes fluid string lines and is built around a main theme for the primary character, along with a surging action motif for brass and a suspended electronic choral element. Pope composed both the electronic and the orchestral music for the film; the latter was recorded with a 52-piece orchestra. 1995’s science fiction thriller PROJECT: METALBEAST is about a group of scientists who create a super soldier by injecting the subject with the blood of a werewolf. Naturally, the experiment goes massively awry and the manufactured lycanthrope is cryogenically frozen for 20 years—after which it’s revived by the surviving member of the original project, who enhances the were-soldier with a synthetic metallic skin that makes it virtually indestructible. Thanks, Doc. Pope’s music for the film is grandly powerful, with an especially glorious finale. UNDER THE MOON was made in late 1993, but you won’t find it listed on IMDB or anywhere else, because it had a single showing and then disappeared from the face of the Earth. The film was a passion project from a group of young would-be filmmakers from El Paso and tells the (at the time) unthinkable story of a man whose girlfriend, a school teacher, breaks up with him and he becomes so enraged that he comes down to the school and shoots her in her classroom, taking some of the children hostage and ultimately making an escape in a school bus. The four film scores included on this collection all stem from 1992-95 and are the first movie scores Conrad Pope wrote. The music reflects the influence of the composers Pope orchestrated for, but they also exhibit what he could do with that inspiration when left to his own creativity. All four of the scores on this album were performed by a contracted orchestra in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dragon’s Domain Records is excited to bring the contents of THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION, VOLUME 1 to compact disc for the first time. The music has been mastered by James Nelson at Digital Outland, with liner notes written by author Randall Larson, including the participation of composer Conrad Pope. THE CONRAD POPE COLLECTION, VOLUME 1 is a limited edition release of 500 units. GHOST SHIP (1992) (Original Score) 01. Overture - Call to Adventure (1:50) 02. Action on the High Seas (1:46) 03. The Pirate’s Sword (2:52) 04. March of the Galleons (4:05) 05. Hidden Treasure (2:08) 06. Magic Caverns (4:12) 07. Finale-All’s Well (5:17) TEMPTATION (1994) (Original Score) 08. Prelude, Theme and Escape (5:21) 09. Confrontation (2:33) 10. Variations on a Theme (1:33) 11. Bloody Murder (0:45) 12. Light the Fuse (1:31) 13. Aftermath (1:21) PROJECT METALBEAST (1995) (Original Score) 14. Inner Sanctum (3:10) 15. The Deadly Chase (1:24) 16. Revelation (0:49) 17. The Resurrection (2:15) 18. Crossing the Icy Styx (1:55) 19. The Hunted (1:03) 20. Transformation (0:58) 21. Dawn (1:29) 22. No Turning Back (1:01) 23. Survivors (1:42) UNDER THE MOON (1993) (Original Score) 24. Day of Judgment (3:08) 25. The Rod and Reproof (2:41) 26. Bitter Memories (0:49) 27. The Careening Bus (0:53) 28. A Mother’s Tear (1:07) 29. Mad Matt’s Inner Demons (3:30) 30. Requiem (3:03) 31. The Family Reunited (3:08) Total Time: 72:49
  14. Hey Everyone, Very funny mockumentary about John Williams just hit the internet!!!!! http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/124d58d022/the-greatest-moments-in-musical-history-episode-one
  15. Greetings, fellow JW fans! My name is Aaron Fullan and I'm a film composer from near the Chicago area. As you know, John Williams' 88th birthday is this weekend (February 8), so I decided to arrange a musical tribute piece in honor of this most special occasion. It's entitled "Skywalkers' Legacy | A Star Wars Symphonic Suite" and it highlights some of my favorite themes from the Star Wars saga. Much to my surprise, John Williams' go-to orchestrator (William Ross) listened to the piece last night and used words/phrases like "quite good", "wonderfully arranged", and "bravo!" in his comments about it! Needless to say, my day/week/month/year was made. I'd love to hear your honest thoughts about it if/when you have a few minutes to listen/watch it! I highly value the opinions and input of my fellow JW fans on this "labor of love." HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOHN!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  16. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - For Your Consideration (FYC) Album 01 Prologue (1:45) 02 Falcon Flight (2:22) 03 We Go Together (2:10) 04 In the Desert (2:26) 05 A Prisoner (1:23) 06 To Kimiji (1:37) 07 Fleeing from Kimiji (1:53) 08 Hallway Shooting (2:11) 09 Hard to Get Rid Of (2:19) 10 Join Me (2:21) 11 The Old Death Star (2:14) 12 Off the Waterfront (1:03) 13 Final Saber Duel (1:38) 14 Healing Wounds (2:49) 15 Advice (1:54) 16 Battle of the Resistance (1:54) 17 Approaching the Throne (4:16) 18 Parents (1:57) 19 Coming Together (1:44) 20 Seeing Sights (3:17) 21 Rescue (1:10) 22 Farewell (4:27) 23 A New Home (1:42) TOTAL TIME - 50:32 F.A.Q.: FYC? What's that stand for? For Your Consideration. Basically, Disney setup a website where eligible voters for the various awards that are given out around the end of the year could learn where they could attend a screening of their films, see which awards the films were pushing for, and listen to selections of the score for Best Score nominations. For the films that had score selections, they are exactly what is heard in the film, and sometimes include music not on the commercial soundtrack albums! So the music here is different than the album? Yes! Some tracks are almost the same, but the structure of the FYC program is fundamentally different; It is a selection of music from the movie exactly as it appears in the final cut of the film, even if the music used in the film was edited from Williams' original intentions. This could mean that a track might contain an Insert Williams later wrote, where the OST presented his original version; or a track might contain less music than its OST counterpart of the scene was re-edited after the recording of the music, or even a track might contain some music artificially looped or stretched if a scene got lengthened after scoring. The FYC always reflects these non-intended conforms to final picture from start to finish. So does the FYC contain the complete score? Certainly not. The FYC is only 50 minutes long. Which tracks contain music that is not on the OST album? We won't know that until the OST album is available to hear. Where can I find this FYC? https://disneystudiosawards.com/star-wars-score.html https://disneystudiosawards.com/star-wars-rise-of-skywalker/score In case Disney later removes this page, it is archived permanently here: https://web.archive.org/web/20191210202934/https://disneystudiosawards.com/star-wars-score.html I don't see a download link there; How do I download the files from Disney's site? In case Disney ever takes the files down, they are archived permanently here: The files on Disney's site have really low bitrate of 192kbps; Is there any chance its available uncompressed somewhere? Disney should be mailing out pressed physical CDs with the FYC program to Academy music department voters sometime soon. Usually not long after that, they begin turning up on ebay, and not long after that, lossless rips appear online. NOTE: It is against the board's rules to ask for a lossless rip in the public forum. Use the PM System or go to other websites for that discussion! Posts asking for illegal downloads will be deleted! Alright, so what's on the FYC album that is not on the OST album? 01 Prologue (1:45) [0:00-0:07] (0:07) = alternate mix of OST 02 Journey to Exegol [0:47-0:50] [0:07-0:26] (0:19) = OST 02 Journey to Exegol [1:02-1:20] [0:26-0:28] (0:02) = OST 02 Journey to Exegol [1:24-1:25] [0:28-0:36] (0:08) = OST 02 Journey to Exegol [1:31-1:40] [0:36-0:56] (0:20) = OST 02 Journey to Exegol [2:13-2:33] [0:56-1:28] (0:32) = NOT ON OST (Tracked music, an alternate for Rey arriving at Exegol late in the film) [1:28-1:37] (0:09) = tracked music from OST 01 Fanfare and Prologue [1:44-1:52] [1:37-end] (0:07) = NOT ON OST (Tracked music from Hard To Get Rid Of 1:58-2:01) 02 Falcon Flight (2:22) [all] = NOT ON OST 03 We Go Together (2:10) [all] = OST 09 We Go Together [0:00-2:33], with minor edits, but a proper clean ending 04 In the Desert (2:26) [all] = NOT ON OST 05 A Prisoner (1:23) [all] = NOT ON OST 06 To Kimiji (1:37) [all] = NOT ON OST 07 Fleeing from Kimiji (1:53) [0:00-1:35] (1:35) = OST 08 Fleeing From Kijimi [0:00-1:33], with minor edits [1:35-end] (0:18) = NOT ON OST (Full clean ending of the cue) 08 Hallway Shooting (2:11) [all] = NOT ON OST 09 Hard to Get Rid Of (2:19) [all] = NOT ON OST 10 Join Me (2:21) [0:00-1:48] (1:48) = OST 10 Join Me [0:00-2:05], shortened in numerous places [1:48-2:03] (0:15) = tracked music from The Battle of the Resistance [2:03-end] (0:18) = OST 10 Join Me [3:17-end] 11 The Old Death Star (2:14) [0:00-1:14] (1:14) = OST 04 The Old Death Star [0:00-1:19], with minor edits [1:14-end] (1:00) = NOT ON OST, either tracked in from something or a replacement insert for what's on the OST from 1:19-2:21 12 Off the Waterfront (1:03) [all] = OST 04 The Old Death Star [2:21-end] 13 Final Saber Duel (1:38) [0:00-1:10] (1:10) = OST 12 The Final Saber Duel [0:00-1:05], with minor edits [1:10-end] (0:27) = NOT ON OST (The proper full ending to the cue) 14 Healing Wounds (2:49) [0:00-0:31] = NOT ON OST, definitely a replacement insert for what's on the OST from 1:05-1:42 [0:31-end] = OST 12 The Final Saber Duel [1:42-end] 15 Advice (1:54) [all] = NOT ON OST 16 Battle of the Resistance (1:54) [0:00-0:02] (0:02) = OST 13 Battle of the Resistance [0:04-0:08], shortened [0:02-end] (1:52) = OST 13 Battle of the Resistance [1:12-end], with minor edits 17 Approaching the Throne (4:16) [all] = OST 14 Approaching The Throne, with minor differences (including a pitch-shifted opening and a different ending [a different choral performance with less orchestra under it]) 18 Parents (1:57) [all] = NOT ON OST 19 Coming Together (1:44) [all] = NOT ON OST 20 Seeing Sights (3:17) [all] = OST 15 The Force Is With You [0:00-3:02], with minor difference (including a clean ending) 21 Rescue (1:10) [0:00-0:15] (0:15) = OST 15 The Force Is With You [3:02-3:16] [0:15-0:30] (0:15) = NOT ON OST (A nice section he chose to microedit out of the OST program) [0:30-end] (0:40) = OST 15 The Force Is With You [3:16-end] 22 Farewell (4:27) [all] = OST 16 Farewell [0:48-end], with minor edits 23 A New Home (1:42) [all] = OST 18 A New Home If I'm adding that up right, that's 21:10 of unreleased music! Great! Now what if I want to combine both albums together into a long expanded album? Here is a quick and dirty playlist to get the most total music possible, without using a WAV editor, just combining tracks from both into a playlist OST 01 Fanfare and Prologue 4:34 OST 02 Journey to Exegol 2:49 FYC 02 Falcon Flight 2:22 OST 09 We Go Together 3:17 OST 05 The Speeder Chase 3:21 FYC 04 In the Desert 2:26 FYC 05 A Prisoner 1:23 FYC 06 To Kimiji 1:37 OST 08 Fleeing from Kijimi 2:51 FYC 08 Hallway Shooting 2:11 FYC 09 Hard to Get Rid Of 2:19 OST 10 Join Me 3:42 OST 04 The Old Death Star 3:16 OST 12 The Final Saber Duel 3:57 FYC 15 Advice 1:54 OST 06 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 OST 11 They Will Come 2:50 OST 13 Battle of the Resistance 2:51 OST 14 Approaching the Throne 4:16 FYC 18 Parents 1:57 FYC 19 Coming Together 1:44 OST 15 The Force Is with You 3:59 OST 16 Farewell 5:14 OST 17 Reunion 4:04 OST 18 A New Home 1:47 OST 19 Finale 10:51 SCORE TIME - 1:26:44 BONUS TRACKS OST 07 Anthem of Evil 3:23 OST 03 The Rise of Skywalker 4:18 BONUS TRACK TIME - 7:41 GRAND TOTAL TIME - 1:34:25 Here is a more detailed editing guide, which you have to use sound editing software to make. THE FILM SCORE OST 01 Fanfare and Prologue 4:34 OST 02 Journey to Exegol 2:49 FYC 02 Falcon Flight 2:22 OST 09A We Go Together [0:00-2:33], with the clean ending from FYC 03 We Go Together 2:10 OST 09B Arrival at Pasaana [2:33-end] OST 05 The Speeder Chase 3:21 FYC 04 In the Desert 2:26 FYC 05 A Prisoner 1:23 FYC 06 To Kimiji 1:37 OST 08A Fleeing from Kijimi [0:00-1:33], with the clean ending from FYC 07 Fleeing from Kimiji 1:53 FYC 08 Hallway Shooting 2:11 FYC 09 Hard to Get Rid Of 2:19 OST 08B I'm The Spy [1:33-end] 1:19 OST 10 Join Me 3:42 OST 4A The Old Death Star [0:00-1:19], seguing into the revised version of the rest of the cue heard in FYC 11 [1:14-end] FYC 12 Off The Waterfront 1:03 (If you are feeling up to it, you can attempt to segue from the FYC's clean opening into OST 4B [2:21-end] instead) OST 12A The Final Saber Duel [0:00-1:05], with the full complete ending from FYC 13 Final Saber Duel 1:38 FYC 14 Healing Wounds 2:49 [0:00-0:31] seguing into the rest of the cue from OST 12B [1:42-end] FYC 15 Advice 1:54 OST 06 Destiny of a Jedi 5:12 OST 11 They Will Come 2:50 FYC 01 [0:56-1:28] Rey Arrives at Exegol OST 13 Battle of the Resistance 2:51 OST 14 Approaching The Throne 4:16 (FYC 17 features a slightly different choral ending if you prefer that) FYC 18 Parents 1:57 FYC 19 Coming Together 1:44 OST 15A [0:00-3:02] Seeing Sights, with the full clean ending from FYC 20 Seeing Sights 3:17 FYC 21 Rescue 1:10 (If you are feeling up to it, you can attempt to segue from the FYC's clean opening into OST 15B [3:02-end] instead, but you also have to restore the 15 seconds microedited out of the OST version at 3:16) OST 16 Farewell 4:27 OST 17 Reunion 4:04 OST 18 A New Home 1:47 OST 19 Finale 10:51 Alternates: OST 04A [0:00-2:21] The Old Death Star (Alternate) (2:21) OST 12B [1:05-end] Healing Wounds (Alternate) (2:52) Concert Arrangements: OST 07 Anthem of Evil 3:23 OST 03 The Rise of Skywalker 4:18 And finally here is a Google Doc with all this information, if you prefer to look at it that way: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VWApmUMfiSF9gvXb3LW9QloZO-St-ITFMF-qYaNN0fw Additionally, here's a theme list I started before the OST came out, that may be a bit outdated now, but hopefully I can keep it updated at some point. 01 Prologue (1:45) 0:08 Kylo Ren's Theme 0:43 Wayfinder Theme 0:48 Kylo Ren's Theme 0:57 Anthem of Evil 1:17 Rey's Theme 02 Falcon Flight (2:22) 0:20 The Emperor's Theme 0:31 March of the Resistance 0:48 March of the Resistance 0:57 The Rebel Fanfare 1:13 We Go Together 1:30 March of the Resistance 1:47 Hyperspace from TESB moment 1:53 Heroics 2:05 The Rebel Fanfare 2:09 The Death Star is about to blow up from ANH moment 03 We Go Together (2:10) 0:14 We Go Together 1:07 Rey's Theme 1:21 The Force Theme 1:45 We Go Together 04 In the Desert (2:26) 0:24 March of the Resistance 05 A Prisoner (1:23) 1:01 We Go Together 06 To Kimiji (1:37) 0:17 We Go Together 0:31 We Go Together 0:40 The Knights of Ren Theme 1:12 Rey's Theme 07 Fleeing from Kimiji (1:53) 0:00 Heroics 0:23 Kylo Ren's Theme 0:34 Kylo Ren's Theme 1:17 We Go Together 08 Hallway Shooting (2:11) 1:22 March of the Resistance 09 Hard to Get Rid Of (2:19) 1:29 The Emperor's Theme 10 Join Me (2:21) 0:57 Anthem of Evil 1:16 Kylo Ren's Theme 1:28 Rey's Theme (dark again) 1:53 Luke's Theme 2:07 Rey's Theme 11 The Old Death Star (2:14) 0:58 The Imperial March 1:46 Poe's Theme 1:57 March of the Resistance 12 Off the Waterfront (1:03) 13 Final Saber Duel (1:38) 0:43 Kylo Ren's Theme 14 Healing Wounds (2:49) 0:40 The Force Theme 1:47 Leia's Theme 15 Advice (1:54) 1:18 sounds kinda like Rey's Theme? 16 Battle of the Resistance (1:54) 0:09 Luke's Theme 0:38 The Force Theme 1:19 The Force Theme 17 Approaching the Throne (4:16) 1:22 Rey's Theme (the dark variant again) 2:07 Wayfinder Theme 3:18 Victory Theme 3:33 March of the Resistance 18 Parents (1:57) 1:19 Kylo Ren's Theme 1:33 Kylo Ren's Theme 19 Coming Together (1:44) 0:00 The Emperor's Theme 0:11 Kylo Ren's Theme 0:22 Knights of Ren Theme 1:18 The Force Theme 20 Seeing Sights (3:17) 0:24 We Go Together 0:42 Rey's Theme (on piano!) 1:44 Rey's Theme 1:57 Kylo Ren's Theme 2:20 The Emperor's Theme (with bad-ass choir!) 2:49 The Force Theme 21 Rescue (1:10) 0:02 Victory Theme 0:39 The Rebel Fanfare 0:47 The Rebel Fanfare 22 Farewell (4:27) 0:13 Kylo Ren's Theme 0:48 sounds like a sad variation of Rey's Theme 1:27 sounds like a defeated version of Kylo Ren's Theme 1:44 Rey's Theme 2:35 sounds like... something? 3:32 Victory Theme 23 A New Home (1:42) 0:19 Rey's Theme Big thanks to @thx99 for first posting the link here. Head over there and give him a big LIKE, will ya?
  17. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.it/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.es/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.de/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B081W366ML/ https://www.amazon.in/dp/B081W366ML/
  18. http://www.facebook....31953754&type=1 http://www.facebook....31953754&type=1 Available to order at 1PM PST on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 at http://www.lalalandrecords.com/ and other fine retailers.
  19. Thanks to @Falstaft (hiatus til TROS) we now have the complete cue list: End Credit Rose's Turn End Credit Part 3 Rev End Credit Part 4 Opening 0m1 Tossing the Sabre 0m1 Insert Rey Looks Back 0m1 Rev Tossing the Sabre 0m2 Thought Connection 0m2A The Cave Scene 0m2A Insert Place to Place 0m3 Learning the Force 0m3 Insert Learning the Force 0m4 Rey + Luke 0m5 Fathiers 0m5 Fathiers (with fixes) 0m6 Fathiers Charge! 0m7 Crashing the Party 0m8 Saying Goodbye to Fathier 1m2 Finn Wakes Up 1m2A [No Title] 1m2A fix Son of Starry Night 1m3 Welcome Poe and Hux 1m3 Insert David and Goliath 1m4 He's Insane 1m5 Resistance Force 1m6 We Can Do This 1m6 Insert Theme In 1m7 Fighter Down 1m8 We Lose Girl Ace 1m9 Revisiting Snoke 2m10 We Need Your Help 2m12 We Need A New Base 2m13 Prep for Battle 2m14 Leia Saved! 2m14 fix Leia Saved! 2m16 Luke's Breakfast 2m17 Old Books 2m18 Admiral Holdo 2m18A Holdo's Secret Plan 2m19 Rose Catches Finn 3m20 Luke in the Falcon 3m20 Insert Watch The Language 3m20 Insert 2 [No Title] 3m21 Rose Appears 3m22 Fun with Rose and Finn 3m22 Rev [No Title] 3m24 [No Title] 3m25 Sun Shot 3m28 Rey Awakens 3m29 Lady Officer and Poe Conspire 4m30 The Connection 4m31A Worst People in the Universe 4m31B Party Music 4m31B (add) More Party Music 4m31C R.T. Shore 4m32 Rose's Fathiers 4m32 Insert Finding the Code Breaker 4m32 Insert 2 [No Title] 4m33 Rey's Training 4m33 Rey's Practise 4m33 Rev Rey's Training 4m36 Luke and Rey 4m37 Place in the World 4m37 Insert Six Hours Left 4m38 Codebreaker…Thief 5m43 Saving Leia 5m44 Encounter Before the Dream 5m45 Mirror Scene 5m46 You're Not Alone 5m46 Insert You're Not Alone 5m46 Insert 2 Touch 5m47 Young Ren Is Awakened 5m48 Yoda Appears 5m48 Insert [No Title] 6m50 Not Enough 6m51 Traitor! 6m52 Eavesdropping 6m52A Mutiny 6m55 I'll Help You 6m56 Working Switches 6m56 Insert Dread 6m57 Ladies Parting 7m60 Come Closer, Child 7m61 Poe Wakes Up 7m63 Big Fights 7m63 Big Fights 7m64 Finn, Rose and Hux 7m65 Fighting Together 7m66 Join Me 7m67 Holdo's Resolve 7m67A Important Scene 7m67A Insert [No Title] 7m68 Rose and Finn Escape 7m68 After the Big Explosion 7m68A Finn Fights Phasma 7m69 Rose and Finn Escape 7m69 Insert Chrome Dome 8m70 Hux and Ren 8m71 What 'cha Got? 8m73 Troops and Plains 8m74 Mechanical Trouble 8m75 Here They Come, Again 8m76 To The Target 8m76 To The Target (w/ Insert) 8m77 Finn's Attempted Sacrifice 8m78 The Kiss 9m80 Luke & Leia Together 9m81 Rescuing Luke 9m82 Follow Him 9m85 Finale Part I 9m85 Alt Insert [No Title] 9m85 Insert [No Title] 9m85 Insert [No Title] 9m85 Insert 2 9M85 Finale Part I 9m85A Rey Looks 9m85A Luke Looks 9m85B Between Luke and the March 9m85C Island to March 9m86 Old Friends 9m87 Finale, Pt. III 9m90 End Credit Part 2 Original cue list discovered online:
  20. Found this on instagram, looks like Across the Stars was arranged for her. This is especially interesting since the Yo-Yo Schindler's list one was more of a transcription probably.
  21. Admin note: This thread is largely hype for the release before it's release date, and then ordering/shipping/"it's arrived!" talk afterward; Please relocate to the following thread to discuss the actual musical content of the release: http://www.jwfan.com/forums/index.php?/topic/27789-et-the-extra-terrestrial-new-2cd-la-la-land-edition-music-discussion/ https://www.facebook.com/lalalandrecords/photos/a.181243738754.155532.56031953754/10155838795413755/
  22. With the release of The Rise of Skywalker, we finally get to hear Williams giving his final send-off to the Star Wars franchise. With it, one can't help but bring about comparisons to another composer and his send-off to another beloved space franchise. I speak, of course, of Goldsmith's Star Trek: Nemesis. While the two scores differ in that, while Williams went into TROS knowing this would be his last Star Wars score, Goldsmith did not have the same benefit of going into Nemesis knowing this would be his last say on Trek. That said, both scores I feel work well as far as providing some sort of feeling of finality to these composers and their respective journeys with these franchises that they had been a part of for decades. Listening to both scores, one can't help but feel, although perhaps imposed retroactively in the case of Nemesis, that the proverbial book is being shut by each composer. With Nemesis, we are hit with lovely numbers like this one... ...which see our emotional buttons being pressed in ways not identical but certainly not entirely dissimilar to what Williams gives us in TROS: Alongside heightened emotions, the films bring new villainous motifs to the table: Enough blabbing. Which score do you feel serves as a better send-off for the composer with their franchise?
  23. http://www.disneymusicemporium.com/rgshop/star-wars-the-force-awakens/ 12/18 soundtrack release date. It's the perfect release date if you ask me. I might (probably won't) try and skip the samples and preview tracks to give the movie a "fresh" experience. Is Disney releasing this?
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