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John Williams Conducts John Williams: The Star Wars Trilogy

John Williams Conducts John Williams: The Star Wars Trilogy

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by Skywalker Symphony Orchestra

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Performance Credits

Skywalker Symphony Orchestra   Primary Artist,Performing Ensemble
Keith Green   French Horn
Jeff Beal   Synthesizer,Trumpet
John Williams [composer]   Conductor
Mary Fettig   Saxophone
Greg Barber   Bassoon
Jeremy Cohen   Violin
Floyd Cooley   Tuba
Jim Dukey   Clarinet
Joseph Edelberg   Violin
Don Ehrlich   Viola
Ronald Erickson   Violin
Clifton Foster   Violin
Stephen Gehl   Violin
Stuart Gronningen   French Horn
Debra Henry   Oboe
James Hurley   Viola
Carlberg Jones   French Horn
David Kadarauch   Cello
Dave Krehbiel   French Horn
Daniel Livesay   Trombone
Greg Mazmanian   Violin
Charles McCarthy   Saxophone
Jeff Neighbor   Bass
Sharon O'Connor   Cello
Steve Parker   Saxophone
Nathan Rubin   Violin,Concert Master
Irene Sazer   Violin
Rebecca Sebring   Viola
Nanci Severance   Viola
Dan Smiley   Violin
Greg Sudmeir   Synthesizer,Percussion
John Tenney   Violin
Emily VanValkenburgh   Violin
Basil Vendryes   Viola
Mark Volkert   Violin
Susan Bates   Viola
Joseph Hebert   Cello
Judiyaba   Cello
Rick Kvistad   Percussion,Timpani
Jenny Amador   Violin
Rick Amador   Violin
Carla Picchi   Violin
Ruth Freeman   Viola
Mariko Smiley   Violin
Angela Koregelos   Flute
Adrienne Duckworth   Violin
Penny Beavers   Harp
Chris Bogios   Trumpet
Paul Brancato   Violin
Jeff Budin   Trombone
David Burkhart   Trumpet
Linda Ghidossi de Luca   Viola
Mark Drury   Bass
Gregory Dufford   Clarinet,Bass Clarinet
John Engelkes   Trombone
Laurence Epstein   Bass
Ray Froelich   Percussion
Doris Fukawa   Violin
Thomas Hemphill   Percussion
William Klingelhofer   French Horn
Nathan Ladyzhensky   Viola
Laurie McGaw   Trumpet
Charles Metzger   Trumpet
Barbara Midney   Oboe
Carol Schwanberger   Violin
James Shallenberger   Violin
Timothy Spears   Bass
Pamela Freund Striplen   Viola
Nadya Tichman   Violin
Janet Witharm   Cello
Jeremy Constant   Violin
Thalia Moore   Cello
Artie Storch   Percussion
Sara Usher   Violin
Eline Van Den Ende   Violin
Jennifer Culp   Cello
Paul Ehrlich   Viola
Sharon Calonico   Violin
Shinji Eshima   Bass
Patrice May   Violin
Allen Gove   Cello
Ken Miller   Bass
Robert Ward   French Horn
Michelle Caimotto   Flute
David Breeden   Clarinet
Walter Ayers   Violin
Diane Farrell   Cello
Terry Adams   Cello
Robert Hughes   Bassoon

Technical Credits

John Williams [composer]   Producer
Bob Edwards   Contributor,Engineering Coordinator
George Lucas   Producer,Liner Notes
Thomas Z. Shepard   Producer,Executive Producer
Howard Fritzson   Cover Design
Bob Edwarda   Engineering Coordinator

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John Williams Conducts John Williams The Star Wars Trilogy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
All-Ears More than 1 year ago
Grammy nomination album! This album captures the finest San Francisco Bay Area musicians as they worked with Mr. Williams in a two-day session at Skywalker Ranch - Lucasfilm, Marin County, CA. No ringers from another town here. Just local, world-class musicianship. Linda Ronstadt's "Cry Like A Rainstorm..." album (many of the same musicians), and this John Williams gem put the SF Bay Area on the major recording map for current film/album dates. Contracted by Greg Sudmeier, and Jeff Beal (now in LA writing for HBO's "Rome" series, Ugly Betty, Apaloosa, etc.), the Skywalker Symphony roared onto the playing field with this magnificent testament to the depth of the SF musical scene. This being the first digital recording the the StarWars suites, John Williams' music sounds as amazing now as it ever did. JW is a master, and this album is a combined masterpiece of writing/playing talent.
MHart More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest film scores of all time.
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