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 Posted:   May 31, 2014 - 3:37 PM   
 By:   MikeP   (Member)

Just record the end titles to James Newton Howard's Flatliners.

Pretty please.

 
 
 Posted:   May 31, 2014 - 3:56 PM   
 By:   Clark Wayne   (Member)

The Vikings by Mario Nascimbene please!

 
 
 Posted:   Jun 2, 2014 - 7:21 AM   
 By:   thommy   (Member)

There are many great suggestions and so much great music deserving a good presentation.

I would sugget Star Wars episode 1 the phantom menace
followed by episode 2 and 3.

With all the Star Wars hype i think it would sell well. And would love a complete and new performance.

 
 
 Posted:   Jun 2, 2014 - 5:35 PM   
 By:   pp312   (Member)

There are many great suggestions and so much great music deserving a good presentation.

I would sugget Star Wars episode 1 the phantom menace
followed by episode 2 and 3.

With all the Star Wars hype i think it would sell well. And would love a complete and new performance.


You're of course welcome to your choices, but why would any company wish to re-record the Star Wars scores? They're available in definitive versions; no one is going to interpret or play or record them any better. As for Star Wars hype, I think some of us are a bit Star Warsed out by now. If there's interest in the franchise, it's in the possibility of a new film and score, not the much-maligned '99 version.

 
 
 Posted:   Jun 2, 2014 - 7:18 PM   
 By:   thommy   (Member)

There are many great suggestions and so much great music deserving a good presentation.

I would sugget Star Wars episode 1 the phantom menace
followed by episode 2 and 3.

With all the Star Wars hype i think it would sell well. And would love a complete and new performance.


You're of course welcome to your choices, but why would any company wish to re-record the Star Wars scores? They're available in definitive versions; no one is going to interpret or play or record them any better. As for Star Wars hype, I think some of us are a bit Star Warsed out by now. If there's interest in the franchise, it's in the possibility of a new film and score, not the much-maligned '99 version.


Hi,

to anwser your question why; they are not available in a definitive version. Lots of Phantom menace changes in the orchestration, not little ones. The 2 cd is not complete and hacked to bits.
episode 2 and 3 are only 1 cd presentations of 2 hour scores.
Despite what a lot of older fans think, the kids growing up with the prequels love them. I teach children and am still surprised that year after year new kids know Star Wars and love the prequels and the clone wars just as much as my generation loved the OT.
the prequel kids are now in there twenty's and many love the music.
I can't tell you how much kids loved the clone wars and are active Star Wars fans. The franchise is definitly two fold. OT and PT fans with a smaller middle ground loving both.
Apart from the movies its just great music, i find the Prequels wonderfull in a different way then the OT. Love them just as much.
And off course we have the Charles Gerhardt versions of the OT. Briljant. diffirent interpretations and even Williams likes them smile I think great music needs to be performed and rerecorded. As with the Conan scores i believe they'll hit a home run in performance and sales.
Williams fans like me will buy it. Star Wars fans will buy it. There is even a podcast about the Williams star wars scores these days. Its very much alive. A new recording could be brought under the attention of Star Wars fans who generaly buy Star Wars music and no other filmmusic on jedi.net and rebelforceradio reaching a new audience.

And if complete scores are out of the question a Gerhardt like program on one CD of each movie would make me very happy.

I hope that answers your questions.

Greetings Thommy.

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 12, 2014 - 12:00 PM   
 By:   mik91   (Member)

chaplin: king in new york/limelight

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 12, 2014 - 12:00 PM   
 By:   mik91   (Member)

double post

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 12, 2014 - 4:13 PM   
 By:   rickO   (Member)

There are many great suggestions and so much great music deserving a good presentation.

I would sugget Star Wars episode 1 the phantom menace
followed by episode 2 and 3.

With all the Star Wars hype i think it would sell well. And would love a complete and new performance.


You're of course welcome to your choices, but why would any company wish to re-record the Star Wars scores? They're available in definitive versions; no one is going to interpret or play or record them any better. As for Star Wars hype, I think some of us are a bit Star Warsed out by now. If there's interest in the franchise, it's in the possibility of a new film and score, not the much-maligned '99 version.


Hi,

to anwser your question why; they are not available in a definitive version. Lots of Phantom menace changes in the orchestration, not little ones. The 2 cd is not complete and hacked to bits.
episode 2 and 3 are only 1 cd presentations of 2 hour scores.
Despite what a lot of older fans think, the kids growing up with the prequels love them. I teach children and am still surprised that year after year new kids know Star Wars and love the prequels and the clone wars just as much as my generation loved the OT.
the prequel kids are now in there twenty's and many love the music.
I can't tell you how much kids loved the clone wars and are active Star Wars fans. The franchise is definitly two fold. OT and PT fans with a smaller middle ground loving both.
Apart from the movies its just great music, i find the Prequels wonderfull in a different way then the OT. Love them just as much.
And off course we have the Charles Gerhardt versions of the OT. Briljant. diffirent interpretations and even Williams likes them smile I think great music needs to be performed and rerecorded. As with the Conan scores i believe they'll hit a home run in performance and sales.
Williams fans like me will buy it. Star Wars fans will buy it. There is even a podcast about the Williams star wars scores these days. Its very much alive. A new recording could be brought under the attention of Star Wars fans who generaly buy Star Wars music and no other filmmusic on jedi.net and rebelforceradio reaching a new audience.

And if complete scores are out of the question a Gerhardt like program on one CD of each movie would make me very happy.

I hope that answers your questions.

Greetings Thommy.


Is it this podcast? http://www.starwarsreport.com/tag/john-williams/

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 13, 2014 - 7:45 AM   
 By:   thommy   (Member)



Is it this podcast? http://www.starwarsreport.com/tag/john-williams/

No but very nice to see there is even more out there!,
the podcast I was talking about is RebelForceRadio

and the ones dedicated to the Star Wars scores are called star wars oxygen ( as this is how they often refer to the role of Williams music in the Saga. )

They are currently at podcast nr 8 covering http://www.shotglassdigital.com/release/star-wars-oxygen-the-music-of-john-williams-vol-8/

You;ll find some great star wars podcast in general
http://www.shotglassdigital.com/artist/rebelforceradio/

there and even a nice James Bond podcast ( and that also includes lots of talk about the music ( for your ears only smile
http://www.shotglassdigital.com/artist/bondcast/

hope you'll enjoy. greetings Thommy

 
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