Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the film score to the 1999 film of the same name, composed and conducted by John Williams, and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and London Voices. The soundtrack album was released by Sony Classical Records on May 4, 1999, two weeks before the film's theatrical release
Star Wars Main Title, The Arrival At Naboo. 2. Duel Of The Fates. Conductor, Composed By, Producer – John Williams (4). Directed By – Terry Edwards (2). Directed By – Ronald Corp.
Liner Notes – George Lucas, John Williams (4). Mastered By – Patricia Sullivan Fourstar. Performer – London Voices, The New London Children's Choir, The London Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Peter Mason (3). Producer – John Williams (4). Producer – Lisa Stevens (2). Recorded By, Mixed By – Shawn Murphy. Manufactured And Printed In Indonesia.
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John Williams Scoring Session George Lukas Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. John Williams Episode Part. What? John Williams did the score for Episode vii The force awakens and will for the next two episodes. I will admit I was disappointed in force awakens soundtrack, "Ray's theme" was good, but not many standout tracks. Can Lucasfilm not CG George Lucas a neck? PlebchokNăm trước. John Williams single-handedly saved the prequels from absolute disaster. Gabriel Hernandez2 năm trước.
The Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace score was composed and conducted by John Williams and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. It was released in three formats: The original album was released to accompany the film (May 4, 1999). This release is a single CD containing 17 tracks from selections of the score, meant to stand alone as a separate listening experience and not as one hears the score in the film
Re-release of the Star Wars soundtracks to take place on same day as Lucasfilm launches the original Star Wars Trilogy on DVD. With a 30 million dollar advertising campaign, this is going to be a monumental event! All 3 CD packages will include never-before seen photos as collectable fold-out movie posters. What fuels all of this wonder is the same thing that has fueled all of the Star Wars films: The music of John Williams. This album contains all of the music from the film, including "Yoda's Theme" and the massive "Imperial March. I find myself humming most of these songs throughout the week simply for the fact that I love them all. Each one triggers an emotion within that only a true Star Wars fan would understand. If you love the music of the Star Wars films (and who doesn't?), I highly recommend picking up this disc.
It's not just Star Wars obsessives who believe the movies wouldn't be the same without Williams' dramatic, rousing scores – everyone who's seen the movies knows the theme as well as they know Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader and the Death Star. Based on his score to The Phantom Menace, at least Williams has met expectations. His work keeps within the tradition of the Star Wars films, yet with its choral work and richly symphonic passages, it is unique and entirely compelling.