This article concerns an out-of-universe subject and hence must adhere to the Layout Guide for out-of-universe articles. Please, keep the Biography section on real-world person articles limited exclusively to the person's Star Wars contributions. John Towner Williams is an American composer, conductor, and pianist. He has composed nearly all of the music heard in the Star Wars films. He has also composed scores for multiple other well-known movies and television shows. In , he was drafted into the United States Air Force, spending the next two years conducting and arranging music for Air Force bands. Afterward, he went to the famous music school Juilliard in New York, where he was able to improve his piano performance skills under the tutelage of the renowned Madame Rosina Levinne.
By Jon Burlingame. We were both just full of apologies to each other. Each day I got up to work hard on difficult music. Yes, it was long, but I always had a sense of being grateful — having the energy and interest to do it and to work with the orchestra, which was especially lovely. We were all honored and grateful to be there. How does he have the energy to do all that? In the interests of secrecy, no film was projected while Williams was conducting the orchestra which is routine on most film dates.
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Produced, directed and co-written by J. Abrams , the ninth and final episode of the Star Wars franchise will be hitting screens later this year. While very little has been disclosed about the plot so far, the final trailer reveals the return of evil Emperor Palpatine or his cackle, at least , and features Lando Calrissian in the Millennium Falcon, a Death Star, those iconic neon lightsabers, and Princess Leia and Rey sharing a moment.