Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sithby John Williams [composer]
This official soundtrack to Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith features a new score by legendary film composer John Williams and an exclusive bonus DVD containing over 70 minutes of film footage and music. The package also includes liner notes from George Lucas and a fold-out poster featuring a montage of images from the film.
- Release Date:
- Star Wars and The Revenge of the Sith
- Anakin's Dream
- Battle of the Heroes
- Anakin's Betrayal
- General Grievous
- Palpatine's Teachings
- Grievous and the Droids
- Padmé's Ruminations
- Anakin vs. Obi-Wan
- Anakin's Dark Deeds
- Enter Lord Vader
- The Immolation Scene
- Grievous Speaks to Lord Sidious
- The Birth of the Twins and Padmé's Destiny
- A New Hope and End Credits
- 20th Century Fox Fanfare / Star Wars Main Title (Chapter 1: A Long Time
- Duel of the Fates (Chapter 2: Dark Forces Conspire)
- Anakin's Theme (Chapter 3: A Hero Rises)
- Across the Stars (Chapter 4: A Fateful Love)
- Battle of the Heroes (Chapter 5: A Hero Falls)
- The Imperial March (Chapter 6: An Empire Is Forged) [From Star Wars: Episod
- The Dune Sea of Tatooine / Jawa Sandcrawler (Chapter 7: A Planet That I
- Binary Sunset / Cantina Band (Chapter 8: An Unlikely Alliance) [From ..
- Princess Leia's Theme (Chapter 9: A Defender Emerges)
- Ben's Death / TIE Fighter Attack (Chapter 10: A Daring Rescue) [From ..
- Yoda's Theme (Chapter 11: A Jedi Is Trained)
- The Asteroid Field (Chapter 12: A Narrow Escape)
- Luke and Leia (Chapter 13: A Bond Unbroken)
- The Forest Battle (Concert Suite) (Chapter 14: Sanctuary Moon)
- Light of the Force (Chapter 15: A Life Redeemed)
- Throne Room / Finale (Chapter 16: A New Day Dawns) [From Star Wars: ...
Performance CreditsJohn Williams [composer] Primary Artist,Conductor
London Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble
London Voices Choir, Chorus
Technical CreditsJohn Williams [composer] Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Terry Edwards Director
Shawn Murphy Engineer
George Lucas Liner Notes
Sean Evans Art Direction
John Williams & the Tick Tocks Producer
Laura Kszan Editorial Production
Tippy Bushkin Director
Kevin Kurtz Producer
Howard Roffman Executive Producer
Kyle Ruddick Graphic Design
Mark Graham Music Librarian
David Hage Music Librarian
Ian McDiarmid Contributor
Jamie Richardson Producer,Writer
Terry Edwards Director
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews
this music rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this CD was AMAZING!! it had some very dark & mysterious tracks. i LUVED "battle of the heroes", it was sooo moody and it made me feel as if the world was doomed and no one could do anything.(ok, bad thought,but wut im trying to say is that it is really amazing. its very powerful!)
This was an awsome c.d! I loved how the music fit in perfectly with the movie! This soundtrack is a must have if George Lucas is your man! You sould deffinatly have it!
"Battle of the Heroes" is a outstanding theme to Revenge of the Sith. This song will remind you the whole point toward the film.
The score for this final installment of the "Star Wars" saga just might be the best of all six. There is not a bad piece anywhere on this soundtrack. The best pieces are "Battle of the Heroes", "Anakin vs. Obi-Wan", and "Anakin's Dark Deeds". These are the darkest of all the tracks, but they are also the ones that capture the spirit of the film the best. The film is dark and the music perfectly complements it. This had better get nominated for an Oscar, because it truly deserves it. The only problem I have with the prequel soundtracks is the fact that they aren't the full scores from the film, as the soundtracks from the original trilogy are. Still, this is well worth owning. If not for the soundtrack itself, then for the DVD that comes with it. It does a perfect job of telling the story of "Star Wars" through the masterful music of John Williams. This is a must for "Star Wars" fans, movie fans, John Williams fans, and lovers of great music in general. A masterpiece, just like the movie itself.
If you listen to the great DVD (a musical anthology of SW best moments,set up chronologically) you will see there is more quantity and quality of music from the previous trilogy than the newer. This shows the magic of JW is not on the same level as before. The music of ROTS is gripping at times but franky in other places is too "rustic", too simple, for a refined composer such as JW. I don´t fing anything truly memorable in this CD. Many say the last "Throne march" isnot appropiate: I disagree, this is the last passage from the monumental SW score (viewed as a huge piece splitted into 6 films)so it ends an exceptional achievement. The music of ROTS may have its place in the context of the entire score, but as separate soundtrack ... I dont know.
I just listened to the soundtrack this morning and I've got to say that the music is just amazing. Out of all of John Williams' Star Wars music, the Revenge of the Sith score is by far the best. My favorite song on the ST was "Padme's Ruminations". The DVD as well is also a great treasure.
This is the best soundtrack EVER! I love this music. I would never give it up for a million bucks!
I've been a big fan of John Williams. And in my opinion this is the BEST score John has ever created! "Battle of the Heroes" really captured the soul of the entire film, but using musical notes. It acts as the main theme for "Revenge of the Sith." The beginning track, "Star Wars and the Revenge of the Sith" also set the mood for the rest of the film. And there are many more tracks on this soundtrack that shows that John really outdone himself this time. And he has! He certainly have outdone himself with his score to "Revenge of the Sith." Hands down this is the best Star Wars soundtrack to date and as I said earlier, I think that this is the best score John has ever written. May the force be with you John!
I LOVE STAR WARS!! Anakin is so hot....but EVIL! Bad boy. I would recommend this soundtrack to everyone and anyone. This is my all time favorite.