Join Wend and smuggler co-pilot Will Dodson live from onboard the cockpit of their trusty and reliable SSR-15, Corellian Class Cruiser, for the second of three special Score Guides!
In celebration of the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story movie, they are continuing with their look back at the prequel trilogy today with Star Wars Episode II – Attack of the Clones, composed and conducted by film composer John Williams, with the welcome return of the London Symphony Orchestra and London Voices.
Guiding you through cue by cue with the help of their amazing Rebel Alliance*, your hosts discuss themes, motifs, instrumentation, textures and YES…that guitar solo.
Enjoy a pleasant, stress-free musical journey onboard the SSR-15 in our latest Star Wars Score Guide!
*Special thanks to our proud Rebel Alliance for making this episode a whole lot better with your amazing commentaries and incredible instincts: Arthur Breur, David Klein, Rob Rawdon, Todd Horan, Jennifer Wolff, Ian Crabb, Dane Walker, Joscha Sauerland, and Benson Farris.
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Sony Classical Records (2002)
0:00:00 – Skit
Featuring Xander Stobbs, Will Dodson, Wendell Jones, Andrew Steele, Rob Dodson & Ian Crabb
0:09:31 – 1. Star Wars Main Title and Ambush on Coruscant
0:12:19 – 2. Across the Stars (Love Theme from Attack of the Clones)
Rebel: Arthur Breur, David Klein
0:20:43 – 3. Zam the Assassin and The Chase Through Coruscant
Rebel: Rob Rawdon, Todd Horan
0:33:02 – On the Conveyor Belt (Target exclusive bonus track)
0:35:01 – 4. Yoda and the Younglings
Rebel: Jennifer Wolff
0:39:20 – 5. Departing Coruscant
0:41:57 – 6. Anakin and Padmé
0:46:42 – 7. Jango’s Escape
0:51:22 – 8. The Meadow Picnic
Rebel: Ian Crabb
0:56:13 – 9. Bounty Hunter’s Pursuit
0:59:54 – 10. Return to Tatooine
Rebels: The 4 Dane Walkers, Jennifer Wolff
1:04:41 – 11. The Tusken Camp and The Homestead
Rebel: Ian Crabb
1:14:49 – 12. Love Pledge and The Arena
Rebels: Joscha Sauerland, Benson Farris
1:22:32 – 13. Confrontation with Count Dooku and Finale
In Part 2 ofThe Music of Star Wars, we take a look at some of our favourite cues from John Williams‘ film scores to the Star Wars prequel trilogy. We also discuss who we’d like to see score the upcoming standalone films.