Listening to the soundtracks of all of the Star Wars films made me realise how much of a musical genius John Williams is. Its amazing how everything just works. Not only musically but symbolicly as well. For instance take the theme: Duel of the Fates. The words are from the ancient Indian language of Sanskirt. They are translated from an old Celtic poem called battle of the trees which depicts the story of 3 battles going on at once. Notice, when the theme is played in TPM there are 3 battles going on. the duel, the battle of naboo and the battle of theed. The attention to detail is amazing. Also it focuses on a few main words aswell such as loss and temptation and anger (i think). When we see Anakin on Tatooine searching for his mum, guess what theme is playing? Duel of the Fates. Sanskirt is a very ancient sounding laguage which gives it an extra authenticity. The Sith people (not the Jedi/Sith, i mean the origional Sith who lived on a planet practicing black magic and dark arts) are an ancient people who of a sort of pagan religion, worshiping in ancient temples (ive heard people say that Yavin IV was where they came from but im not sure.). Duel of the Fates is an eerie chant which gives this impression very well. Duel of the Fates is amazing and i could listen to it over and over again.