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He actually seemed rather animated to me. There's still that sparkle in his voice, which is a joy to hear at his age.

Oh baby! Thanks for sharing, bud. 

 

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I'm not an expert in electronic music, so much of which is very popular now and very very effectively used in film, but there were a couple sequences where this needed to be done and I sort of researched with people I knew who knew how to do this much better than I and we used some... a couple of scenes have very light computerized electronic effects which are used in many people's hands very brilliantly. 

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Some light electronic scoring from Williams? Makes me look forward to the score that much more...

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He was out partying all night long with Daisy!

 

But seriously, it's common at that age to have sporadic days where you're more tired/fatigued than others. Just look at that 2013 video for The Book Thief then compare it to his Tavis Smiley interview two years later.

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21 minutes ago, crumbs said:

We've gone from discussing the score to discussing Williams' worthiness for awards recognition to discussing Williams' health.

 

Standard JWFan thread trajectory.

 

That's pretty tame by JWFan's standards.

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31 minutes ago, filmmusic said:

I'm curious:

 

In what other instances Spielberg has not listened to ANY music of John Williams until the recording sessions?

I'm not aware of any.

And he said there were a few.

 

Bridge of Spies. When he heard it being performed - that's when he replaced Williams with Thomas Newman.

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6 hours ago, filmmusic said:

I'm curious:

 

In what other instances Spielberg has not listened to ANY music of John Williams until the recording sessions?

I'm not aware of any.

And he said there were a few.

 

I think Catch Me If You Can if memory serves.

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