Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by AkashKedavra_93, Sep 4, 2012.
More new tracks for Zune. "Witches and Monsters" is a good eargasm.
Season One tracks are so tense and amazing!
My favorite of those tracks quoted are from season 3 however.
Awesome find Akash. There needs to be an official release for the sound tracks for seasons 4 and 5.
Just out of curiosity, have any of the TCW sound tracks with the exception of the movie been released?
Only the movie soundtrack is listed on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-The...561&sr=8-1&keywords=the clone wars soundtrack
Come on Dave! You know you want to release those sound tracks!
Ching! Ching! My Grado SR80is are waiting for those.
John Williams is WAY better!
I don't think anyone will argue with you there, but in this thread we try to enjoy KK's work as well which has much approved in the last two seasons.
I think the music on TCW has been getting better and better; it's no John Williams but I do like it and an album with the music of the show (or even better, a series of albums) is long overdue.
My favorite is the Indian song in "Dooku Captured." Oh wait, that's actually a real song that Kevin Kiner stole for the show. Nevermind.
I was just thinking about this: I've got nothing against the score, but why doesn't Kiner try to emulate the sound of John Williams to some degree? It feels a bit odd that they want to keep the score so original to a rather big SW project like this and also, maybe having more Williams-esque music could possibly bring in more viewers.
Yeah, I'd really like a soundtrack. There were some tracks in the Mortis Trilogy especially that I just loved.
Wow. I never thought I'd say this, but that's even better than the Savage Opress battle theme.
I think because they wanted to TCW to have its own, separate music identity from the films.
I think so too, but again, having the music sound slightly more like John Williams could help it, much since it would add some familiarity to it which I think many older viewers would like (and probably younger ones as well).
Anyway, I really like that they sometimes play snippets of JW's music on the show, like Yoda's theme in 'Ambush' and the Force theme in 'Prisoners'.
An example of Kiner getting things right for once.
I completely agree. In the Star Wars films and most obviously in Ep. IV the music is part of telling the story, and a really important part at that. Unfortunately, KK has largely missed that boat with TCW.
It's pretty difficult to make 2,420 minutes worth of memorable music. I think a key difference between Williams and Kiner is that the movies have the music take the focus of a scene, whereas TCW music tends to be in the background.
Though I do wish there were more Williams' pieces in TCW, at least they aren't overdoing it. Makes moments like Anakin's interrogation of Poggle in "Brain Invaders" all the more memorable.
Couldn't have said it myself. In TCW music is there, but it does not enhance the story or visuals. I mean if you remove Kiner's music from all seasons, there will be little change of feeling of the scenes. BUT...but if you remove music from most scenes in the Saga - those scenes feel not as good and the whole SW-like sound of them is gone.
Not overdoing JW music is required, but when you have characters like Grievous on screen you better give them their music. It makes a lot of things better. And it is not really Star Wars without the music.
There are largely themes missing from TCW it seems. Having a strong Ahsoka theme, for example, would have been great at the end of A Friend in Need; Leia's theme for Alderaan worked wonders for Assassin, IMHO. A problem I see is a lack of seeming recognition that the right music can evoke far better emotions then dialogue. Think of removing the Force Theme from the scene in ANH where Luke is staring out at the binary sunset on Tatooine and Padmé's Ruminations from the ROTS scene where Padmé and Anakin are staring out into the Coruscant skyline. That music made the scene, no dialogue would have sufficed.