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Listen to John Williams’ Full Score for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

Written by on December 15, 2017 


You might have heard, but a new Star Wars film is now available for your viewing pleasure at a theater close to you. However, after the credits roll, you might want to keep humming John Williams’ score, and it’s now made easier as the full score for Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi is available to stream on Spotify. Clocking in with 20 tracks at 1 hours and 17 minutes, one can now plug in headphones and venture to a galaxy far, far away.

“The tranquil blue introduction. The boom of the Williams fanfare. The warm yellow crawl. They invite you home to the familiar, a place in the past where wondrous adventures of swashbuckling in a galaxy far, far away came few and far between. They’re comfort incarnate and work without fail – for a time. With the roar of applause that accompanied the top of The Last Jedi’s opening prologue, you’d think the words “Episode VIII” were a complete surprise to those in attendance. Such is the power of Star Wars. These aren’t quite movies anymore as they are an exercise in feeling something – the pangs of nostalgia – and Rian Johnson understands this almost innately throughout The Last Jedi,” we said in our review.

Listen to the full score below, plus talk with Rian Johnson as he discusses Star Wars and beyond.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now in theaters, but you already knew that.

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