AOTC versions of Duel of the Fates

Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by DARTH_VERNON, Jun 28, 2003.

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  1. DARTH_VERNON Jedi Knight

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    Which version of Duel of the Fates featured in Attack of the Clones do you like best? the one in the movie, or the one on the soundtrack? Presonaly i like them both: the movie one has a better climax, but the soundtrack one blurs into the next scenes music beautifuly!
  2. DarthBoba Manager Emeritus

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    Um, hate to rain on your parade, but there is no DOTF in the end credits..
  3. Blast Jedi Knight

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    He never said there were.
  4. Strilo Manager Emeritus

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    Personally I like the one in the film better. To me it fits the scene better. I wish I could get the film version on CD.

    Um DarthBoba... did you read the initial post? No where does it mention end credits...

  5. StarDude Jedi Grand Master

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    I'd also have to say I like the film version better. A lot of it has to do with visuals attributing to it.
  6. Vaderbait Jedi Grand Master

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    I love the movie version. I even love it more than in Episode 1. I think it's just the atmosphere and the shots on the screen that do it for me.
  7. CieSharp Jedi Master

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    "DOTF" in Episode II is a reprise of Episode I. It's used to illustrate Anakin's struggle with his inner demons. Notice the DOTF reprise in Episode II ends with "niha" which is sanskrit for "loss" which can either be interpreted as the loss of his mother, the loss of his grace as a Jedi, or both.

    Check out my thread for more information:

    http://boards.theforce.net/message.asp?topic=11461050&replies=12
  8. coney_1_kenobi Jedi Master

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    I too prefer the movie version. It gives the scene more of a dramatic feeling.
  9. pahket Jedi Master

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    I'd have to say I liked the soundtrack version better. The movie version is a new recording, yes, but with a tag from ep1 stapled (crudely, I might add) onto the end of it. I was very sad to hear most of the triplets in the low woodwind section, featured as Obi-Wan enters the hive, cut out, because contra-bass anything rules! :D So, soundtrack all the way.
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