Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by DarthBoba, Dec 21, 2001.
I do..it's on a level with DOTF for raw fast-paced energy, IMO.
I like the way you think... but no. Beet's 5th has been used for so many other stuff.
Like I said in another post, John Williams still has some solid work ahead of him.
No!. . . wait, it depends on which movement.
Well, to me, Allegro con brio and Allegro are awesome sabre-battle music. Very energetic..and I'm not saying use them in II or III, just are these good sabre-battle pieces?
If they weren't so familiar to me, I'd say they'd be great.
Thankyou. Only now, at the end, do you understand.
hmmmmm i'm going to take note of this......good idea.......
I think it would be good for a space battle.
Allegro con brio starts too slowly, and is not that fast paced I feel. I think the 2nd movement of the 9th could work (as also used in A Clockwork Orange)
The 4th movement of the 5th is too uplifting and major for a fight scene, although it is a fantastic piece of music
I think the entire work is too strong and attention-grabbing to be used as movie music. Film scores should generally be what Satie called "wallpaper music" - music that just disappears into the background. DotF was unusually attention-grabbing for a film score. Any works of Beethoven would about ten times as attention-grabbing, and would probably distract audiences from the film.