Composed the score to jaws and Star Wars?
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It is a common misconception that Mozart wrote Twinkle Twinkle Little Star at the age of four or five. He did not. This is the age he was when the original French folk song was written under the name of "Ah ! vous dirai-je, Maman", in 1761. Mozart did, however, write a series of variations on this m…elody when he was much older. The words to "Twinkle Twinkle" were penned by Jane Taylor, in 1806. (MORE)
The composer that composed The Star Spangled Banner is John Stafford Smith The writer of the lyrics is Francis Scott Key. He did not write the music. That was based on a British drinking song written by John Stafford Smith. Francis Scott Key
Answer . War of 1812 (between the U.S.A. and Britain).. The words are by Francis Scott Key, of course: "In Defense of Fort McHenry." The entire poem has four stanzas, only the first of which most Americans know and sing. The fourth stanza is, I think, particularly inspiring:. O, thus be it ever… when freemen shall stand, Between their lov'd homes and the war's desolation; Blest with vict'ry and peace, may the heav'n-rescued land Praise the Pow'r that hath made and preserv'd us as a nation! Then conquer we must, when our cause. it is just, And this be our motto: "In God is our trust" And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!. (MORE)
\n. \nThe first James Bond movie to star Jaws was The Spy Who Loved Me .
1. There is a score X2 in Lego star wars but which Lego star wars are you talkin about 2. i don't know where it is im lookin my self 3. (Lego Star Wars II The Original Trilogy) In Rebel Attack (4th movie I think) - In the trench chamber the top right corner curves inward, powerbrick is right the…re. (MORE)
The original Jaws directed by Steven Spielberg starred Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss, Lorraine Grey, Murray Hamilton, Carl Gottlieb(co-writer) and Peter Benchley (who also wrote the novel and co-wrote the screenplay).
in the bit at the end of the death star level [in space] there is a tunnel [get it before you blow up the death star]
The composer of the star spangled banner is Francis Scott Key. it was origionaly a poem though.
The theme music and most if not all of the incidental music to all the Star Wars movies was written by John Williams. He also wrote the music for E.T. and JAWS among many others.
Mostly Hydrogen. The star is so hot that hydrogen atoms can fuse together to make helium atoms. This is nuclear fusion and it gives of loads of energy. Other heavier elements also form - probably a bit of everything.
Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that was set to the music writtenby John Stafford Smith. Music derived from a British pub song named"Anacreon in Heaven" and composed by John Stafford Smith. There aretimimg and some note differences. The version published by Sousa in1905 is what we know today as "St…ar Spangled Banner" "To Anacreon in Heav'n, where he sat in full glee, A few Sons of Harmony sent a petition; That he their Inspirer and Patron wou'd be; When this answer arrived from the Jolly Old Grecian; "Voice, Fiddle, and Flute, No longer be mute, I'll lend you my name and inspire you to boot, And besides I'll instruct you like me, to intwine, The Myrtle of Venus with Bacchus's Vine." (MORE)
First, you have to find the power brick. It is hidden in Episode VI: Revenge of the Sith; Chapter 5: Jedi Destiny. Use the Sith Force on the eight red lights above Emperor Palpatine's throne in the main area. After you have the brick, you can purchase the extra in the Mos Eisley Cantina for 20 milli…on studs! (MORE)
There isn't really a cheat code, but there is a save game with all extras unlocked. Go to cheathappens.com to download the .zip file. And if you toggle x 2, x4, and x6, all that stuff, you can get over x3000 of a score. Please note that this will erase your current save file with a file that is 100…% completed. (MORE)
John Williams? NOT BY A LONG SHOT Ennio Morricone ...is the answer to that one. A Hollywood contender would be Victor Young but he worked within studio music departments, stuffed with orchestrators. ENNIO MORRICONE writes every note of his own music directly onto a full score, without benefi…t of computer software and without tinkling at a piano. The "Grande Maestro", meaning 'Great Master' - as Quincy Jones called him - refuses to work for American cinema, very understandably, given the shocking treatment of his scores there by music editors; if not hacking the pieces, then rendering them almost inaudible. Morricone has composed not only for Italian and American films, but also for British, French, German, Spanish, Yugoslav, Hungarian, Russian and Japanese productions. He is not valued more highly by aficionados of film music simply because much of his best work has been for obscure films or domestic television. He says: "I always do my best." Morricone has done things with the human voice (which he regards as the greatest musical instrument) which have not even been contemplated in Hollywood. Even the best of them there need a professional orchestrator just to do rudimentary choral backings. His love of the avant-garde he has brought into film many times, including instances where a group of musicians (including himself on trumpet) have been permitted to simply 'improvise' to the images. This would be unimaginable in hackneyed Hollywood, where the norm is to start with the form of the symphony orchestra. Morricone never starts with The Form; always with The Idea. His facility with melody ~ only John Barry and Francis Lai can hope for comparison. His understanding of the history of music, coming in part from his many years of study at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia - named after the patron saint of Music and founded in 1585 - have equipped the fast-working composer to create a body of works which include 'El Greco' (1966), 'Giordano Bruno' (1973), 'Allonsanfan' (1974), 'Novecento' (1976), 'La Storia Vera della Signora delle Camilie' (1981), 'Marco Polo' (1982), 'The Mission' (1986), 'Canone Inverso' (1999), 'Vatel' (2000) and 'E Ridendo L'Uccise' (2004) which no other composer in any field of music could hope to emulate. This composer's range goes from soft-porn to global awareness documentary. Morricone is utterly without peer. In recent years, he has been very discerning, with no interest in big stars or directors, "box office success", blockbusters or big budget hype. When not composing his own music (there are now well over 100 concert pieces) or touring his native Italy (and all over the world) to conduct a small flavour of his film works, the composer tends to restrict himself to cinema and TV which is about something meaningful, whether the life of a Pope or the young diarist Anne Frank. On the subject of his perhaps too many concerts, one or two critics have commented sourly on Morricone as a conductor. The Grande Maestro has riposted, "People who come for my gestures should stay outside." Perhaps those critics have been overexposed to 'celebrity' conductors who pull faces and flail arms over great music not a page of which they could write, the feeling- superior audiences not of course seeing the tantrums, the tyranny and the humiliation of musicians in the rehearsal rooms. Ennio Morricone and his wife Maria Travia (who has written many lyrics to his songs, including the Latin texts for 'The Mission') attended the showing in Rome of Quentin Tarantino's rewrite of the Second World War, 'Inglorious Basterds'. Tarantino had wanted very badly Morricone to score his film, but the composer was dedicated to Tornatore's epic 'BaarÃ¬a' and refused (among many others) one of the world's most notorious (and stylish) directors. The rumour-mill claims Tarantino wants to make a western. And since Morricone has at least gone to view 'Inglorious Basterds', I would not give up hope, Quentin (MORE)
Composer John Williams was nominated for the first three Star Wars films, and won for 1977's Star Wars .
hydrogen,All stars are composed primarily of hydrogen. Stars can also contain some other elements such as helium, but hydrogen accounts for the majority of a star's composition.
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on episode 4 chapter 6 at the end of the trench run there is a corner on the upper right part on the weak spot of the death star there is score x2
on V 5 you need one of the Fett family, go to where R2-D2 unlocks the bridge, throw a thermal detonator onto the bars
John Williams wrote the score for the Star Wars movies. He also scored the music for various other films, like Harry Potter.
Idk but here is where its found: In Rebel Attack (4th movie i think) - In the trench chamber the top right corner curves inward, powerbrick is right there.
John Barry, although Rachmaninovs 18th. variation on a theme of Paganini also features largely in the film.
That was the great John Williams, who composed a lot of innovative film scores even before Star Wars and Indiana Jones made him a superstar. It's quite an accomplishment in a way, if you can create a musical cliche that becomes such a part of pop culture.
Score x10 is in VI-5: Jedi Destiny. You just need to Sith Force the 8 red lights above Emperor Palpatine's throne in the main area. The extra itself can be purchased in the Cantina for 20 million studs(!). http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Power-Bricks-in-LEGO-Star-Wars:-the-Complete-Saga that site …gives you the location of every power brick and how to use. (MORE)
it is at the end of rebel attack in between two walls there is a secret passage way in the wall i think 59% chance it will be 2X score or 99% i am not good at statistics
go to IV6(rebel attack) and at the end of the trench you go to the front right corner ant you got the brick
The thriller Jaws 2 (1978) stars Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary, Murray Hamilton and Joseph Mascolo. Four years after Police Chief Brody (Scheider) killed a great white shark in the waters off of Amity, a second shark begins terrorizing the waters. Brody must again deal with the local officials who f…ear that reports of this new shark will be bad for business. (MORE)
once you destroy the deflector shield on episode 6 part 3 go to the base, now you need a shortie, push the box to the base and go up the tower using the tunnel, get the power brick.
John Williams composed all star wars songs. Except for the clone wars and video games.
Both shoting stars you see are which we know as meteors are real and were captured on fim as they shot the movie.
Very carefully. No, seriously. The star of http://reference.answers.com/topic/jaws-movie-1975 was actually a mechanical http://reference.answers.com/topic/shark nicknamed Bruce. In fact, director http://reference.answers.com/topic/steven-spielberg thought that it was so obvious that Bruce was …fake that he decided to keep him out of sight until nearly the end of the movie, which proved to build suspense and fear in the audience. Jaws was released thirty-five years ago today, on June 20, 1975, and became the first summer http://reference.answers.com/topic/blockbuster . Three different sharks were built for the filming: a full version for underwater shots, a half-shark that moved from camera-left to right and another one that moved from camera-right to left. They malfunctioned often and the first time the full-version went into the water, it sank right to the bottom and had to be pulled back out. (MORE)
It is in episode 5 on the fifth level, Betrayal Over Bespin. It is in the begining of the level. You need to do this in Free Play. Two Stormtroopers will shoot at you, kill the Stormtroopers, and fly onto the platform (Jango Fett, Boba Fett, R2-D2, or R4-P17.) Then you will see a metal surface block…ing you from the brick. Use a bounty hunter to throw a thermal detanator on the wall, (Jango Fett, Zam Wessel, Boba Fett, Bossk, Dengar, IG-88, or 4-LOM.) When you blow the metal, run up and pick up the block. (MORE)
Astronomers and physicists know that the stars within a given galaxy move a little relative to one another*, but staying together is part of what makes any group of stars a galaxy. The relative movement is not strongly related to the big bang or to the expansion of space-time initiated at the big ba…ng. The Milky Way is rotating around its center, at which there is believed to be a super-massive black hole. This rotation is relative to the distant galaxies, and we have no way of observing it with the naked eye . The relative stability of the Milky Way as it rotates accounts for the apparent 'fixed' locations of what we call the fixed stars. The stars we see in the night sky are virtually all members of our Milky Way . The stars that are moving away from us (an astonishing number compared with the number of stars in our Milky Way) are in the other galaxies. Some galaxies travel in groups, as odd as that sounds. The Milky Way is part of what we call the local group, and one of our group, the Andromeda Galaxy, is moving toward us and not away from us. We are in fact on a collision course with Andromeda, but don't sell the farm just yet. The collision won't happen for 5 billion years or so, and by then the earth itself will be facing its own end, if it has not already ended. Because Andromeda is a member of our local group, its movement toward us does not refute the overwhelming evidence that distant galaxies are moving away from us. *It is utterly fascinating that one of the movements of the Milky Way's stars relative to each other involves the arms of our galaxy in a most unexpected way. When we see photographs of spiral galaxies, isn't it easy to imagine that the stars within a given arm remain more or less together as an 'arm', and they move around the center intact? The fact (according to our latest knowledge) is that the arms really represent a kind of 'wave'! As you might imagine molecules of air compressing and then separating as a wave of sound travels through, the stars of a given arm are simply in a 'compression' phase, and they will at some point pull away from one another and 're-group' as the wave passes by. Equally curious is the fact that the Milky Way, relative to the distant galaxies, rotates in the direction of the pointing of the arms, counterintuitive to what we would guess based on our earth-bound experience of moving things. (MORE)
Afraid not ... mainly since it is still protected by copyright laws, and most likely will be for another hundred years or more.
go to the level V5(cloud city trap) then at the first part have Boba or Jango Fett go to the place where R2-D2 opens the bridge, through a thermal detonator onto the bars, there is the power brick
Depending on your point of view, the star was a human, Roy Scheider. But the answer is just as likely to be the Great White Shark the movie was about.
Well, he was basically hired by George Lucas and Lucas chose Williams due to the fact that John Williams has won several Oscar awards and been nominated many times. And John Williams won another Oscar for his work in Star Wars .
John Williams composed the music for the Star Wars films. He is one of the most successful film composers in movie history. He composed for the films Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T. , and many, many more.
Wrong question. I mean, it's a reasonable question to wonder about... it's just not a reasonable question to expect an answer to. Constellations are patches of sky. Within the borders of the patch we label "Orion" there are trillions upon trillions of stars... even whole galaxies. So we can't pos…sibly give an answer to the question. Maybe you're asking how many main stars there are in the asterism Orion the Hunter, in which case the answer is much simpler: 7. 2 are his shoulders, 2 are his knees (or possibly his feet), and there are three in his belt (there are a couple of others that could represent parts of a human figure as well... iota Orionis, the brightest star in his sword, and lambda Orionis, about where his nose should be, but they're noticeably dimmer than the others mentioned). (MORE)
John Williams, who has been nominated for over 40 Oscars (more than any other person), composed the film score for Star Wars. He also composed scores for Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Superman, several of the Harry Potter films, and The Terminal. A personal favorite of mine.
To get a score on Lego Star Wars 3 Beta you need to go to Ryloth (next to the planet you first go to when you leave the Republic Cruiser) and add Lego bricks to your teams stairs and 3 statue. Or you can attack clone troopers (the character that you start with) with Darth Maul, Savage Oppress, or Ge…neral Grevous. (MORE)
His level of fame in the Romantic Era can be considered parallel to that of modern day rock stars. In his stay in Paris, he held 38 performances within the first three months! He was also involved in various affairs, and had many female admirers (of both his looks and musical talent). His virtuosit…y and talent made him famous, although he also composed. He married Marie d'Agoult as his first wife. After she died, he moved to Kiev where he met and had a long-term relationship with Princess Carolyne Wittgenstein. The two never married, although Carolyne made attempts to do so. (MORE)
In the Republic main hub go down the elevator with Robonino and a sith at the center use a thermal detonator to blow up the silver box then build the panel then charge it, then use the dark side of the force to destroy the red box and then you can buy it for about 10,000,000 studs
John Williams wrote the scores to Jaws and Schindler's list as well as many other movies and series including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, E.T. and the first Harry Potter movies.
The Main Title theme- which shows some similarity to the Victory at Sea with background music for Naval Battles, was recorded on London Records- blue label with a sort of psychedelic design, and the London Symphony was given credit for the performance. what sounded like German Mg-34 or MG-42 machine… guns with extremely high cyclic rate, were in the background. Odd, I never had the record. (MORE)
Most likely it would be a "white dwarf". They are composed mainly of carbon and oxygen in an extremely dense form, called "electron degenerate matter".
All stars are mainly composed of hydrogen. Stars also contain small amounts of helium and trace amounts of other elements such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon.
"When You Wish Upon A Star" is a song written by Leigh Harline andNed Washington .
The Nutcracker is a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Approximately twenty minutes of the score from this ballet was extracted and arranged by Tchaikovsky to be played as a stand alone piece and is often referred to as the Nutcracker Suite,
For the Star Wars films, John Williams is the sole composer.Kevin Kiner has done the composing for the Star Wars: The CloneWars animated series, but the themes follow the consistency ofthe John Williams scoring.