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Basically John Williams wrote a six minute cue called 12M2 End Credits Part 2.

 

He put the entire 6 minute cue as the first track of the score album and titled it "Raiders of the Lost Ark" there.

 

Him and/or some music editor or something crafted some weird 2 1/2 minute cut-down version to end the album for unknown reasons, and titled that track "The Raiders March".

 

For the final film, Spielberg had to edit out small sections of the 6 minute cue to fit the runtime, including dropping the entire coda.

 

Williams published "The Raiders March" sheet music for orchestras to plays in concert, that was the original 6 minute cue, except without the coda included.

 

The DCC album made 2 all-new edits of that six minute cue -- a short edit that removed Marion's theme but kept the coda to open the album, and the full cue without the coda to end the album.  This second edit matches the popular concert / re-recordings track, and closely resembled the film's own end credits (which as mentioned also dropped the coda)


The Concord album ended with the full six minute cue.  The fifth disc in the box set opened with the OST's weird 2 1/2 minute edit.

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On 19/01/2022 at 10:11 AM, Jay said:

Basically John Williams wrote a six minute cue called 12M2 End Credits Part 2.

 

Was the coda recorded separately? How did they get a clean ending for the track The Raiders March  if the coda was baked into the recording of 12M2 End Credits Part 2)?

 

Did they just record a clean ending, sans the coda section, for use on the album?

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I'd guess recorded in sections, knowing they'd likely want to be able to make versions without the coda. 

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Makes sense, since basically every release of Raiders has used the clean ending somewhere in the various assemblies.

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Well, the track that opens disc 5 isn't completely clean, after the final beat as its fading, there's the first drum beat from the coda. Wondering if they just faded it out there for that specific edit instead of using the clean ending.

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It might be like that everywhere, and not recorded in sections at all.  I have no idea - I never checked.

 

But you can check out the end of the film itself, and the end of the DCC album, to see if you hear the first drum beat from the coda there too

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2 hours ago, Jay said:

It might be like that everyone, and not recorded in sections at all.  I have no idea - I never checked.

 

But you can check out the end of the film itself, and the end of the DCC album, to see if you hear the first drum beat from the coda there too

 

Checking now, the DCC version almost sounds artificially faded out. Doesn't seem natural at all, but who knows what processing was done to the recordings.

 

As @Brandomentioned, the disc 5 Concord version (which I think you said was taken from the album master) seems to close with either a flubbed note, or the first note of the coda (perhaps JW recorded the first note of the coda at the end of the previous section, to assist with editing the overlap to the coda).

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Is the Königgrätzer Marsch from The Last Crusade a re-recording by John Williams? Or is the regular version I've seen online? Because I've seen mentions saying it was arranged by Alexander Courage(I think it was him)and was wondering what that meant specifically.

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It was definitely recorded by WIlliams and not an existing recording

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On 28/01/2022 at 2:09 PM, Jay said:

It was definitely recorded by WIlliams and not an existing recording

Thanks! I had no idea, but that makes it even cooler. Hopefully that and the timpani overdub will be on an album someday, that would be a very lovely recording.

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It's a great question about how a producer would handle that music in a future expansion.

 

Option 1 - put the Königgrätzer March with the timpani overlay mixed into in the main program; Put each discrete cue clean in the bonus tracks

 

Option 2 - put the Königgrätzer March clean in the main program, put the timpani overlay clean in the bonus tracks

 

Option 3 - put the timpani overlay clean in the main program, put the Königgrätzer March in the bonus tracks

 

Option 4 - put the Königgrätzer March with the timpani overlay mixed into in either the main program or the bonus tracks; don't release the clean discrete versions at all

 

etc etc

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The film edits the recording with percussion introducing it instead of the fanfare, and a fabricated reprise ending after the extended percussion. The main program should have that edit with the timpani overlay and the bonus section should have the full original take with no timpani.

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2 hours ago, Jay said:

Option 2 - put the Königgrätzer March clean in the main program, put the timpani overlay clean in the bonus tracks


Has any John Williams score ever had an overlay presented separately like that? I’d be very surprised to see the timpani presented on its own, either in the main program or as a bonus.

 

I’d go for march with the timpani overdub in the main program, with the undubbed march as a bonus, potentially (if there’s space). It definitely blurs the line between diegetic music and underscore with the timpani added.

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It'd be pretty weak presented like the leaked version, with the timpani just added over the percussion that leads it out, the final flourish leading to nothing.

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26 minutes ago, BrotherSound said:


Has any John Williams score ever had an overlay presented separately like that? I’d be very surprised to see the timpani presented on its own, either in the main program or as a bonus.

 

I’d go for march with the timpani overdub in the main program, with the undubbed march as a bonus, potentially (if there’s space). It definitely blurs the line between diegetic music and underscore with the timpani added.

 

This would be closest to my assessment. It's going to depend hugely on how the overlay came to be, i.e. SS requested or JW intended it originally, and if the former, how happy JW was with the final result as standalone music.

 

Ultimately I'm sure we'd love all sorts of alternates and layers to be presented, but I fear we must be realistic, given that JW approves these sets with listenability still very much in mind.

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I found the scene on youtube, the timpani overlay begins 1:58 into the clip

 

 

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That timpani is glorious and satisfying. We're thinking a film score presentation would be 2 discs right? If it is and has plenty of room left over on disc 2, placing it on either disc 1 or 2 (depending on running time and where it would sit), I don't see why it couldn't be there. If not, I'm sure it'd fit snuggly right next to all the alternates.

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Isn't JW's original musical intention for the Hitler confrontation 0:00-0:48 here? Start this track at the 2:00 minute mark of Jay's video above and it syncs perfectly.

 

 

So what was the scoring timeline here?

 

Did JW record the Königgrätzer march, intended as source music only, followed by the above score cue (to accompany the Hitler confrontation), then Spielberg found the tone way too dark (which it is, but I can see why JW approached it that way), so they came up with the timpani overdub + fake/edited ending for the march at the last minute?

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Yup! William's original cue title is "8M3 Meeting Hitler" , wisely changed to "To The Blimp" for the Concord box. 

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The Witches of Eastwick (1987)

 

1 The Township of Eastwick 2:49

1M1 The Town of Eastwick

 

2 The Dance of the Witches 4:47

End Credits

 

3 Maleficio 3:22

10M2 Inflicting Pain

 

4 The Seduction of Alex 2:42

4M1 The Seduction of Alex

 

5 Daryl’s Secrets 2:55

10M4/11M1 Sticking Pins

 

6 The Seduction of Suki and the Ballroom Scene 7:09

0:00-2:50 7M2 The Seduction of Sukie

2:50-6:33 7M3 The Balloon Scene

6:33-end 7M3A New Ending

 

7 Daryl Arrives 2:47

0:00-1:35 2M3 Darryl’s Entrance

1:35-end 11M Maleficio

 

8 The Tennis Game 2:51

6M2 The Tennis Game

 

9 Have Another Cherry! 3:26

9M1 Have Another Cherry!

 

10 Daryl Rejected 3:03

0:00-1:15 9M1 New - Darryl in the Rain

1:15-end 12MX [10M2 New] The Reconciliation

 

11 The Ride Home 3:23

11MX I Wish I Knew / The Wild Ride Home

 

12 The Destruction of Daryl 3:40

[11M4] The Destruction of Darryl

 

13 The Children’s Carousel 1:54

[12M1?] The Baby’s Carousel

 

14 End Credits (The Dance of the Witches) 4:47

End Credits

 

Thank you to @Incanus for the previously shared breakdown! I was able to use that as a starting point and fill in the unknown bits.

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SpaceCamp (1986)

 

1 Main Title 3:13

[1M1] Main Title

 

2 Training Montage 2:04

[3M2] Training Montage

 

3 The Shuttle 5:07

0:00-3:47 [5M2] The Shuttle

3:47-end [6M1] Lift Off

 

4 The Computer Room 1:59

[4M1] Jinx in the Computer Room

 

n.b. GEMA has the title as “Jinse in the Computer Room”

 

5 Friends Forever 2:24

[3M1] Friends Forever

 

6 In Orbit 3:17

[6M2] In Orbit

 

7 White Sands 6:56

0:00-3:16 [7M1] Insufficient Oxygen

3:16-end [10M1] White Sands

 

8 SpaceCamp 4:11

11M3 End Credits

 

9 Viewing Daedalus 2:48

[7M4/8M1] Viewing Daedalus

 

10 Max Breaks Loose 2:26

[8M4/9M1] Max Breaks Loose

 

11 Andie Is Stranded 4:12

[9M3] Andie Is Hurt

 

12 Max Finds Courage 2:24

[8M3] Max Finds Courage

 

13 Re-Entry 4:00

[10M2/11M1] Re-entry

 

14 Home Again 3:31

11M2 Home Again



Pretty straightforward: only one cue combination from different parts of the movie, and most tracks are titled the same as their original cue titles. The two cues of “The Shuttle” are in order, but there’s an unscored section between them in the film.

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We can fill in some missing details for Last Crusade thanks to this Instagram post:

 

On 20/1/2021 at 5:16 PM, Jay said:

1 Indy's Very First Adventure (8:13)


0:00-4:47 1M2 The Cross of Coronado

4:47-end [1M3] Indiana Jones on the Train

 

GEMA seems to think this track is 3 cues, so maybe there’s an insert we don’t know about? Or is 1M1 actually JW, rather than the chant that opens the film?

 

SF5796 Indy’s Very First Adventure Part 1

SF5799 Indy's Very First Adventure Part 2

SF5800 Indy's Very First Adventure Part 3

 

On 20/1/2021 at 5:16 PM, Jay said:

3 Scherzo For Motorcycle And Orchestra (3:53)


0:00-1:05 unknown

1:05-end 7M3 The Motorcycle Chase

 

Believe it or not, 7M3 begins with the Indy fanfare about a minute in to this track! As seen here:

 

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The GEMA listing reflects this division:

 

SF5830 Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra Part 1

SF5831 Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra Part 2

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3 hours ago, Jay said:

How fascinating that "Scherzo For Motorcycle and Orchestra" was made up of 2 separate cues all along, and we just learned that now, 33 years later.  Crazy.  When we will find out what the first cue in the track is called?


Right? I certainly never would have guessed it!
 

So, I wonder if the first part of this scene originally played without music; there’s no overlap indication at the beginning of 7M3 as there often is where cues are meant to be continuous.
 

It’s hard to imagine with how familiar this music and scene are to most of us, but I can kind of imagine it, using the sudden burst of Indy’s theme out of nowhere when the motorcycle first appears out of the crate.

 

If I had to guess, I bet the unknown cue is probably called something like 7M1 New Start or 7M1 New Beginning.

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I have several questions I've wanted to ask so I figured I'd ask in one post-

1. So I know inserts are recorded after the fact when the director asks for a change or the film is re-edited and the music no longer fits the mood/scene, so when it comes to overlays/sweeteners, how does that work? The circus organ sweetener in the opening of TLC, for example, the second unreleased overlay is like 5 seconds or so long, and the first ones a bit longer, so was that also recorded after the fact or was it in the main session for that cue and JW chose not to put it on the OST?

2. How much longer is the Finale from TLC? I asked about this before but didn't think to ask how much longer it might be. What I'm asking about is the crescendo of the Grail theme as it transitions to the Raiders theme. It plays over the shot when Henry says 'Illumination'. I think it was Crumbs who mentioned that in the behind the scenes doc of the music of the Indy trilogy you can almost hear it but George Lucas starts talking and it cuts off too soon.

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The Book Thief (2013)

 

1 “One Small Fact” 1:46

1M2 Introduction

 

2 The Journey to Himmel Street 1:48

1M4 Alt - The Book Thief

 

3 New Parents and a New Home 1:33

3M10 Delivering Laundry

 

4 Ilsa’s Library 2:21

3M12 The Library

 

5 The Snow Fight 1:01

0:00-0:30 1M8 Schoolyard Fight

0:30-end 4M10 The Snow Fight

 

6 Learning to Read 2:48

5M2 Reading

 

7 Book Burning 2:52

0:00-1:15 7M2 Do You Know Max?

1:15-end 2M10 Book Burning

 

8 “I Hate Hitler!” 2:06

6M8 I Hate Hitler!

 

9 Max and Liesel 1:11

0ME Max and Liesel

 

10 The Train Station 2:16

6M6 The Train Station

 

11 Revealing the Secret 4:11

0:00-1:30 5M4 Revealing the Secret

1:30-end 6M4 Max Leaves

 

12 Foot Race 1:20

0:00-0:29 4M2 Dear Fuhrer

0:29-end 1M10 The Foot Race

 

13 The Visitor at Himmel Street 2:02

7M10 The Visitor at Himmel Street

 

14 Learning to Write 2:07

7M9 Better Get Started

 

15 The Departure of Max 2:32

6M4 Max Leaves

 

16 “Jellyfish” 2:08

0:00-0:33 4M4 Jellyfish

0:33-end 4M12 The Christmas Gift

 

17 Rescuing the Book 1:55

5M6 Rescuing the Book

 

18 Writing to Mama 2:42

0:00-0:35 6M2 Viewing the Stairs

0:35-1:27 2M8 Writing to Mamma

1:27-end 4M6 Silver Oysters

 

19 Max Lives 1:31

0:00-0:43 5M10 Mom's Good News

0:43-end 5M12 v2 - Max Lives!

 

20 Rudy is Taken 2:00

8M2 Rudy's Death

 

21 Finale 2:48

8M6 v.3 - Finale

 

22 The Book Thief 7:05

0:00-0:36 Theme 1 [solo piano]

0:36-end End Credits

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On 19/1/2022 at 10:51 PM, crypto said:

Was the coda recorded separately? How did they get a clean ending for the track The Raiders March  if the coda was baked into the recording of 12M2 End Credits Part 2)?

 

Did they just record a clean ending, sans the coda section, for use on the album?


So, I noticed the recent JKMS Raiders video briefly shows the close of 12M2 End Credits Part II, confirming that the coda is indeed part of the the same cue. However, that doesn’t mean they didn’t do some takes sans coda, and it’s notable that a different take is used for the coda than the proceeding section (I believe the numbers 147 and 149 at the top indicate selected takes):

 

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For what it’s worth, I don’t hear any hint of the coda in the DCC version of the End Credits, and it doesn’t sound artificially faded out, either. I do hear what sounds like a rogue snare drum play a solitary ruff on the OST and Concorde versions, though, as if they forgot they were doing a take where they weren’t supposed to continue on.

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1 hour ago, BrotherSound said:


So, I noticed the recent JKMS Raiders video briefly shows the close of 12M2 End Credits Part II, confirming that the coda is indeed part of the the same cue. However, that doesn’t mean they didn’t do some takes sans coda, and it’s notable that a different take is used for the coda than the proceeding section (I believe the numbers 147 and 149 at the top indicate selected takes):

 

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For what it’s worth, I don’t hear any hint of the coda in the DCC version of the End Credits, and it doesn’t sound artificially faded out, either. I do hear what sounds like a rogue snare drum play a solitary ruff on the OST and Concorde versions, though, as if they forgot they were doing a take where they weren’t supposed to continue on.

From my memory of looking at the spectrogram from the ‘95 and ‘08 releases, it looks like the “clean ending” of the Raiders March (without the coda) was created editorially with reverb.

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Star Wars (1977)

 

01 Main Title (5:20)

  • 1M2    Main Title (0:00-2:07)
  • 12M2    End Titles (2:07-end)

02 Imperial Attack (6:10)

  • 1M3    The War (0:00-3:14)
  • 1M4-2M1    The Escape Hatch (3:14-end)

03 Princess Leia's Theme (4:18)

  • The Princess Theme (0:00-end)

04 The Desert and the Robot Auction (2:51)

  • 1M5-2M1    Desert Song (0:00-0:52)
  • 2M3 Rev.    More Little People (0:52-end)

05 Ben's Death and TIE Fighter Attack (3:46)

  • 9M3-10M1    Ben's Death (0:00-2:03)
  • 10M2    Here They Come (2:03-end)

06 The Little People Work (4:02)

  • 2M3 New    The Little People (0:00-end)

07 Rescue of the Princess (4:46)

  • 8M2 Rev.    The Rescue (0:00-2:05)
  • 9M2    The Swashbucklers (2:05-end)

08 Inner City (4:12)

  • 7M1 New    Is It a Bird? (0:00-1:34)
  • 4M2    Obi-Wan Kenobi (1:34-3:07)
  • 5M6 Rev.    The Inner City (3:07-end)

09 Cantina Band (2:44)

  • ???    ??? (0:00-end)

10 The Land of the Sandpeople (2:50)

  • 3M3 Rev.    The Sand Speeder (0:00-1:01)
  • 3M4-4M1 Rev.    The Sandman Attacks (1:01-end)

11 Mouse Robot and Blasting Off (4:01)

  • 7M2    The Mouse Robot (0:00-2:01)
  • 6M1    Blasting Away (2:01-end)

12 The Return Home (2:46)

  • 4M4A    A Home Destroyed (0:00-end)

13 The Walls Converge (4:31)

  • 8M4    The Walls Converge (0:00-2:58)
  • 8M3 Rev.    The Water Snake (2:58-end)

14 The Princess Appears (4:04)

  • 3M1 Rev.   The Princess Appears (0:00-1:50)
  • 3M2 New   Lost R2 (1:50-end)

15 The Last Battle (12:05)

  • 8M2 New   More Rescue (0:00-1:55)
  • 9M1   Ben Creeps Around (1:55-4:25)
  • 11M2 Rev.   Approaching the Target (4:25-7:38)
  • 12M1   The Last Battle (7:38-end)

16 The Throne Room and End Title (5:28)

  • 12M2    End Titles (0:00-1:50)
  • 12M2X    End Titles (1:50-2:16)
  • 12M2    End Titles (2:16-end)

 

notes: mostly based off @Jay's excellent spreadsheet breakdown: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NTJGw3zWk6qamNFBPNCfrQiMefuO2BQCDlovHwi6ud4/edit#gid=0

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I wonder if GEMA can be used to find the original cue title for Cantina Band?

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Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi (1983)

 

01 Main Title (The Story Continues) (5:49)

  • 1M2    Main Title (0:00-1:31)
  • 1M3    Approaching the Death Star (1:31-end)

02 Into the Trap (2:36)

  • 10M3    Into the Trap (0:00-end)

03 Luke and Leia (4:44)

  • Brother and Sister (0:00-end)

04 Parade of the Ewoks (3:25)

  • Parade of the Ewoks (0:00-end)

05 Han Solo Returns (At the Court of Jabba the Hutt) (4:10)

  • 3M2    The Big Thaw (0:00-2:47)
  • Jabba the Hutt (2:47-end)

06 Lapti Nek (Jabba's Palace Band) (2:49)

  • ???    ??? (0:00-end)

07 The Forest Battle (4:01)

  • The Battle in the Woods (0:00-end)

08 Rebel Briefing (2:22)

  • 13M4 New    Leia Breaks the News (0:00-end)

09 The Emperor (2:41)

  • 12M5    The Emperor's Death (0:00-end)

10 The Return of the Jedi (5:02)

  • 4m4 Rev.    Jabba's End (0:00-end)

11 Ewok Celebration and Finale (8:00)

  • 13M5    ??? (0:00-1:57)
  • 13M5A    ??? (1:30-2:00)
  • ???    End Titles (1:58-end)

 

notes:

 

track 11 from 1:30-2:00 contains both 13M5 and 13M5A, they are mixed over each other on the album

 

again based on an excellent spreadsheet by @Jayhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tCtNQueYBMVw35JKof4FqCK_tKOFfxW_NJ_sgkuc9Wg/edit#gid=173484386

 

 

 

On 28/03/2022 at 5:04 PM, Jay said:

12M2X is in the first track as well

oh whoops good catch

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14 minutes ago, enderdrag64 said:

oh whoops good catch

 

I got confused, the revised end credits opening is not in the 1st OST track, only the last one

 

 

14 minutes ago, enderdrag64 said:

11 Ewok Celebration and Finale (8:00)

  • 13M5    ??? (0:00-1:57)
  • 13M5A    ??? (1:30-2:00)
  • 13M5    End Titles (1:58-end)

 

The End Titles cue is not numbered

 

14 minutes ago, enderdrag64 said:

notes:

 

track 11 from 1:30-2:00 contains both 13M5A and 13M5 End Titles, they are mixed over each other on the album

 

 

You mean both 13M5 and 13M5A

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1 minute ago, Jay said:

 

I got confused, the revised end credits opening is not in the 1st OST track, only the last one

Yeah I was about to comment again and ask, I was just comparing them myself again and the 1st track in that part sounds like its pitched lower than the last track, there's probably other performance differences too

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I don't think there's any performance differences

 

Well, depending on which source you use, I guess.

 

The original 1977 analog edit of that track has only been released on CD on the 1980s 2-CD set.  Sony remastered the album master with all its analog edits in 2015, but those reissues were only released digitally, not on CD.

 

The 1994 4-CD box set contained a new digital edit overseen by Ford Thaxton (who used the wrong takes at a few points throughout the ANH portion)

 

The 2018 Sony demaster would be another new digital edit, they should have used the right takes but who knows...

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Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

 

01 Star Wars (Main Theme) (5:49)

  • 1M1    Main Title (0:00-1:30)
  • 1M2    The Imperial Probe (1:30-3:30)
  • 6M3    This is Not a Cave (3:30-end)

02 Yoda's Theme (3:24)

  • Yoda's Theme (0:00-end)

03 The Training of a Jedi Knight (3:17)

  • 6M4    Training a Jedi (0:00-1:47)
  • 5M3    Yoda's Entrance (1:47-end)

04 The Heroics of Luke and Han (6:18)

  • 1M3-2M1    Luke's Escape (0:00-2:47)
  • 4M2    The Rebels Escape Again (2:47-end)

05 The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) (2:59)

  • Darth Vader's Theme (0:00-end)

06 Departure of Boba Fett (3:30)

  • 10M3    Chewie Chokes Lando (0:00-end)

07 Han Solo and the Princess (3:25)

  • 5M4-6M1    Solo and the Princess (0:00-end)

08 Hyperspace (4:02)

  • 12M2    To Hyper-space (0:00-end)

09 The Battle in the Snow (3:48)

  • 3M3    The Snow Battle (0:00-end)

10 The Asteroid Field (4:10)

  • 4M3    The Asteroid Field (0:00-end)

11 The City in the Clouds (6:29)

  • 6M2    Yoda's Teaching (0:00-2:07)
  • 8M2    City in the Clouds(2:07-end)

12 Rebels at Bay (5:23)

  • 2M3    Luke's Rescue (0:00-1:37)
  • 3M4-4M1    Luke's First Crash (1:37-end)

13 Yoda and the Force (4:01)

  • 7M3    Yoda Raises the Ship (0:00-end)

14 The Duel (4:07)

  • 11M1    Through the Window (0:00-end)

15 The Magic Tree (3:32)

  • 6M5-7M1    The Magic Tree (0:00-end)

16 Lando's Palace (3:52)

  • 8M3    Lando's Palace (0:00-end)

17 Finale (6:28)

  • 12M3    Finale (0:00-1:57)
  • 12M4    End Credit (1:57-end)
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Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones (2002)

 

01 Star Wars Main Title and Ambush on Coruscant (3:46)

  • 1M2    Main Title (TPM recording) (0:00-1:25)
  • 1M2    The Arrival at Coruscant (1:25-1:41)
  • 3M6    The Meeting with Fett (1:39-2:11)
  • 3M1    Finding Kamino (2:11-end)

02 Across the Stars (5:33)

  • Across the Stars (0:00-end)

03 Zam the Assassin and The Chase Through Coruscant (11:07)

  • 1M6    Zam's Dirty Trick (0:00-1:02)
  • 1M7A    Zam Chase Pt. 1 (1:02-4:20)
  • 1M7B    Zam in Pursuit (4:20-7:27)
  • 2M1    Zam is Eliminated (7:27-end)

04 Yoda and the Younglings (3:55)

  • 2M6    Lunch and the Younglings (0:00-end)

05 Departing Coruscant (1:44)

  • 2M3    Departure (0:00-end)

06 Anakin and Padme (3:57)

  • 3M7    The Dinner Scene (0:00-end)

07 Jango's Escape (3:48)

  • 4M1    The Jango Fett Fight (0:00-end)

08 The Meadow Picnic (4:14)

  • 3M5R    The Meadow Scene (0:00-2:29)
  • 3M8    Rainy Ramp and Anakin's Nightmare (2:29-end)

09 Bounty Hunter's Pursuit (3:23)

  • 4M3    The Spare Canister Caper (0:00-1:27)
  • 3M4    Interior Tipoca City (1:27-end)

10 Return to Tatooine (6:57)

  • 4M4    The Arrival at Tatooine (0:00-4:09)
  • 4M5    Obi-Wan Eavesdropping (4:09-end)

11 The Tusken Camp and The Homestead (5:54)

  • 4M6    Rescuing Mother (0:00-2:43)
  • 4M7    Exacting Revenge (2:43-4:00)
  • 5M1A    Carrying Mother Home (4:00-end)

12 Love Pledge and The Arena (8:29)

  • 6M1    Love Pledge (0:00-2:42)
  • 6M2    Entrance of the Monsters (2:42-6:58)
  • 6M5    Padme Falls (6:58-7:40)
  • 6M5 Insert    Padme Falls (7:40-8:00)
  • 6M5    Padme Falls (8:00-8:15)
  • 3M1    Finding Kamino (8:15-end)

13 Confrontation with Count Dooku and Finale (10:45)

  • 7M3    Finale (0:00-2:59)
  • 7M3 Insert    (2:59-3:37)
  • 7M3    Finale (3:37-4:43)
  • End Credit (4:43-end)

14 On the Conveyor Belt (3:02)

  • 5M5    Finding the Conveyor Belt (0:00-0:50)
  • 5M6    The Conveyor Belt (0:50-end)

notes:

 

used @Jay's complete score analysis as a source: 

 

 

 

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Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith (2005)

 

01 Star Wars and The Revenge of the Sith (7:31)

  • 1M2    Main Title (TPM recording) (0:00-1:17)
  • 1M3    Boys into Battle (1:17-3:15)
  • 1M4    They're Coming Around (3:15-4:46)
  • 1M5    The Elevator Scene (4:46-end)

02 Anakin's Dream (4:46)

  • 2M6    Scenes and Dreams (0:00-end)

03 Battle of the Heroes (3:42)

  • Battle of the Heroes (0:00-end)

04 Anakin's Betrayal (4:04)

  • 5M3    Lament (0:00-end)

05 General Grievous (4:07)

  • 3M7    Riding the Lizard (0:00-1:25)
  • 4M4    Rolling With Grievous (1:25-2:20)
  • 4M4A    Fighting With Grievous (2:20-3:35)
  • 4M4    Rolling With Grievous (3:35-end)

06 Palpatine's Teachings (5:25)

  • 3M2A     Palpatine's TV Set (0:00-1:35)
  • 4M3    Palpatine's Seduction (1:35-2:28)
  • 3M1    Council Meeting (2:28-end)

07 Grievous and the Droids (3:28)

  • 2M1    Grievous and the Droids (0:00-end)

08 Padme's Ruminations (3:17)

  • 4M5A    Padme's Ruminations (0:00-1:36)
  • 5M1    Palpatine Instructs Anakin (1:36-end)

09 Anakin vs. Obi-Wan (3:57)

  • 6M4    Heroes Collide (0:00-end)

10 Anakin's Dark Deeds (4:05)

  • 5M7    Anakin's Dark Deeds (0:00-2:14)
  • 6M1    It Can't Be (2:14-end)

11 Enter Lord Vader (4:14)

  • 5M6    Moving Things Along (0:00-end)

12 The Immolation Scene (2:42)

  • 7M1    The Immolation Scene (0:00-end)

13 Grievous Speaks to Lord Sidious (2:49)

  • 2M5    Grievous Travels to Palpatine (0:00-1:50)
  • 6M2    A Moody Trip (1:50-end)

14 The Birth of the Twins and Padme's Destiny (3:37)

  • 7M3    The Birth of the Twins (0:00-1:25)
  • 7M4    The Death of Padme (1:25-end)

15 A New Hope and End Credits (13:06)

  • 7M7    A Home for the Twins (0:00-1:22)
  • 7M8    End Credits (1:22-end)
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Presumed Innocent

 

I don't know the reel/part numbers, so I'll just include the cue # they have in a chronological ordering

 

Spoiler
  1. Main Title
  2. Family Morning
  3. Carolyn’s Office
  4. Burning The Note
  5. The B File
  6. Juvenile Pictures
  7. Remembering Carolyn
  8. Reacting To Carolyn
  9. Love Scene
  10. Off The Case
  11. You’re Always Right
  12. The Bedroom Scene
  13. On The Advice Of Counsel
  14. In The Patio
  15. Carolyn’s Apartment
  16. Family Theme
  17. Physical Evidence
  18. Outside The Courthouse
  19. Leon Talks
  20. Fingerprints
  21. Barbara And Rusty
  22. Case Dismissed
  23. The Boat Scene
  24. Return To Normal
  25. The Basement Scene
  26. Barbara’s Confession
  27. End Credits

 

 

1 Presumed Innocent (4:10)

  • 0:00-1:11 = cue1 Main Title {partial}
  • 1:11-end = cue27 End Credits {partial, early repeat of track 14 1:02-end}

2 Remembering Carolyn (2:17)

  • cue7 Remembering Carolyn

3 Family Life (1:30)

  • 0:00-0:21 = cue24 Return To Normal {partial}
  • 0:21-end = cue2 Family Morning

4 Love Scene (4:06)

  • cue9 Love Scene

5 The B File (3:28)

  • 0:00-1:07 = cue5 The B File
  • 1:07-end = cue14 In The Patio

6 The Bedroom Scene (4:20)

  • cue11 The Bedroom Scene

7 Carolyn's Office (3:24)

  • 0:00-1:33 = cue3 Carolyn’s Office (Alternate) 
  • 1:33-end = cue15 Carolyn's Apartment (Alternate)

8 Leon Talks (1:59)

  • cue19 Leon Talks

9 Rusty Accused (2:07)

  • 0:00-0:11 = cue3 Carolyn’s Office {partial, repeat of track 7 0:00-0:11}
  • 0:11-0:44 = cue15 Carolyn’s Apartment {partial}

10 Case Dismissed (1:53)

  • 0:00-0:44 = cue22 Case Dismissed
  • 0:44-end = cue21 Barbara And Rusty

11 The Boat Scene (2:15)

  • cue23 The Boat Scene

12 The Basement Scene (2:55)

  • cue25 The Basement Scene

13 Barbara's Confession (5:17)

  • cue26 Barbara’s Confession

14 End Credits (4:03)

  • cue27 End Credits
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8 hours ago, Jay said:

I don't know the reel/part numbers, so I'll just include the cue # they have in a chronological ordering


There’s a small handful that are known:

 

1M1 Presumed Innocent [Main Title]

2M4 The B File

6M5 The Bedroom Scene

13M2 The Boat Scene

 

8 hours ago, Jay said:

14 End Credits (4:03)

  • cue27 End Credits

 

Happen to know the difference between the album track and track 27 in the score presentation? Track 27 is marked as containing previously unreleased material.

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