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John Williams' scores for the Star Wars movies are legendary and rightly so - here's our guide to the big themes and the lesser-known gems, from the huge fanfares to Ewoks, Mozart pastiches and Toto.
Similarly, the second instalment in the prequel trilogy, Attack Of The Clones, was received with sighs of disappointment and geek outrage. But guess which element of the Star Wars universe survived untainted? John Williams' soundtrack, of course. This is some of his most sumptuous romanic writing - just try to forget that it accompanies lines like "I'm not afraid to die. I've been dying a little bit each day since you came back into my life."
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