The Creator of “the Imperial March” have not seen any of the film “Star wars”

Создатель "Имперского марша" не видел ни одного фильма "Звездные войны"

Composer John Williams

Composer John Williams wrote the soundtrack to the popular science fiction Saga “Star wars,” admitted that he had not seen any of the film series, reports the Mirror.

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“It is the absolute truth. When I finish work on the film, with whom I lived, for which I recorded a music track, voice acting and so on, I just walk out of the Studio and think, “Ah, all finished,” said Williams.

He added that he never had any desire to go to the cinema and see the result of their labors. In addition, the composer admitted he believes his music is not very memorable.

“Perhaps to many it may seem strange, but I listen to the recording of his music very, very rarely,” says 83-year-old composer.

Struck another confession of Williams. It turns out he has no computer, and he writes down notes the old fashioned way: pencil on paper.

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Note, the 83-year-old John Williams performed by the author of such tracks as “the Imperial March” and “Fanfare of the rebels.” The composer was a five-time winner of the award “Oscar” for music to the film “Fiddler on the roof”, “Jaws”, “Star wars. Episode IV: a New hope”, “Alien” and “Schindler’s List”.

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