Published on Jun 10, 2017
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On June 2017, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) hosted three orchestral concerts called Galaxymphony which included some of the soundtrack from various space and sci-fi movies. This is their version of some of the Star Wars soundtrack across all seven movies.
The concert was hosted by Jakob Stegelmann and conducted by Antony Hermus. The performance was orchestrated by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra with help from the ‘Camerata’ and ‘Hymnia’ choirs. As told in the video, the host, Jakob Stegelmann, is very passionate about the Star Wars films and therefore evidently the main event of the concert. Therefore, I have shared this extra long video (what a horror it was to render) for you to enjoy.
[00:00] – Introduction by host Jakob Stegelmann
[05:10] – Star Wars Main Title Theme
[10:57] – Anakin’s Theme and Love Theme
[16:39] – Duel of the Fates
[21:21] – Luke and Leia
[27:40] – Imperial March
[31:22] – Yoda’s Theme
[35:49] – Finale and Throne Room
[45:08] – Tribute to Carrie Fisher by host Jakob Stegelmann
[46:10] – Princess Leia’s Theme
[52:25] – End Monologue by host Jakob Stegelmann
[53:06] – Encore: Cantina Band
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Sorry for the crackling sounds, something must’ve happened rendering it.
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