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Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

John Williams

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1
Main Title and Escape
John Williams
7:26
2
Ahch-To Island
John Williams
4:22
3
Revisiting Snoke
John Williams
3:28
4
The Supremacy
John Williams
4:00
5
Fun With Finn and Rose
John Williams
2:34
6
Old Friends
John Williams
4:28
7
The Rebellion Is Reborn
John Williams
3:59
8
Lesson One
John Williams
2:09
9
Canto Bight
John Williams
2:38
10
Who Are You?
John Williams
3:04
11
The Fathiers
John Williams
2:42
12
The Cave
John Williams
2:59
13
The Sacred Jedi Texts
John Williams
3:32
14
A New Alliance
John Williams
3:13
15
“Chrome Dome”
John Williams
2:02
16
The Battle of Crait
John Williams
6:48
17
The Spark
John Williams
3:36
18
The Last Jedi
John Williams
3:04
19
Peace and Purpose
John Williams
3:06
20
Finale
John Williams
8:29
Total Playing Time    77:39
Academy Award Nomination – Original Score, 2018

Likely the most recognizable film composer alive, John Williams brings his expert ear to the Star Wars universe with his original soundtrack for The Last Jedi. Enduring Williams-ian themes abound with sensitive orchestrations and tension building sequences.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lucasfilm Studio Masters

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