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STAR WARS EpIV New Hope Soundtrack 40th Ann Boxset 3LP Vinyl NEW 2017

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Cat no. 8736819

LP 1
Main Title (London Symphony Orchestra)
Imperial Attack (London Symphony Orchestra)
Princess Leia's Theme (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Desert and the Robot Auction (London Symphony Orchestra)
Ben's Death and TIE Fighter Attack (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Little People Work (London Symphony Orchestra)
Rescue of the Princess (London Symphony Orchestra)
Inner City (London Symphony Orchestra)
Cantina Band (London Symphony Orchestra)

LP 2
The Land of the Sand People (London Symphony Orchestra)
Mouse Robot and Blasting Off (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Return Home (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Walls Converge (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Princess Appears (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Last Battle (London Symphony Orchestra)
The Throne Room and End Title (London Symphony Orchestra)

LP 3
The Last Battle (London Symphony Orchestra)

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of one of the most significant soundtracks in film history, Walt Disney Records is set to release a special collector’s edition of the remastered original motion picture soundtrack for Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: A New Hope. With score conducted and composed by five-time Academy Award-winning composer John Williams, the 3-LP set features a 48-page hard cover book with 180-gram vinyl. This one-of-a-kind vinyl set, hand etched by Tristan Duke (Jack White’s Lazaretto) of Infinity Light Science, offers a 3D hologram experience featuring the Death Star on Disc 3, Side A. For optimal viewing, use a direct light source or simply hold a mobile phone flashlight above the vinyl to view the hologram. Side B features the Star Wars 40th Anniversary logo etched into the vinyl.

The Star Wars: A New Hope box set is the first release from Disney Music Group since acquiring the Star Wars music catalog earlier this year. Subsequent releases are planned for 2018. The box set includes rare photos of the film’s production and scoring sessions. Additionally, two essays are featured in the hardcover book. “Tuning Up a Galaxy” written by author Jeff Bond (“Danse Macabre: 25 years of Danny Elfman and Tim Burton,” “The Music of Star Trek”) focuses on the phenomenon of Star Wars and how John Williams’ score changed film music forever. “John Williams’ Journey to Star Wars” by Jeff Eldridge discusses John Williams’ early career – from his musical heritage to his continuing legacy.