Meta Music: Rey’s Theme

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We will explore everything from how it’s done to perhaps what it means.

Christy is a composer working in Hollywood and is a huge John Williams fan. She was a chosen as a composer fellow for the 2018 Sundance Institute Film Music Lab that took place this summer up at Skywalker Sound. She is also composing the music for the upcoming six-part documentary series about women in the Star Wars fandom, Looking for Leia. She is also an amazing Keyboard warrior on Tumblr. Check out her music and Meta’s at http://www.christycarew.com

Reylo Musings: https://reylo-musings.tumblr.com/tagged/musical-musings

Lehman’s Leitmotif Catalog: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xJ0Jj-mLfOPUCtcAm_HDGIkFwvHL5gbX/view?usp=drivesdk

AWESOME LINKS:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Youtube:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

iTunes:
https://apple.co/2Nx3Cuk

Stitcher:
https://bit.ly/2LjDH8m

Radio Public:
https://bit.ly/2morJMy

Google Play:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

Intro and Exit music is from Phedre’s Theme, Orchestral Music by Christy Carew with full permission for use by Christy Carew (http://www.christycarew.com).

What the Fandom: MissThis – StarCrossed Star Wars Inspired Song

Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) and Allie Nasr (@AllieNasr) part of the Band ‘MissThis’ for a special Podcast debut of MissThis’ song StarCrossed written and inspired by the Sequel Trilogy (Specifically Reylo). Additionally we have the treat of “Rumors” which will be released later this month and will be available:

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEW99T_8RKc

A Video for it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPpEVXSnGUM

Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id/1444205907

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1444205907?ls=1&app=itunes

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0LSTZwZyZQTq8bxCEuQ9bu

Social Links for MissThis:

MISSTHIS TWITTER

WHAT THE FORCE is this all about?

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/whattheforce

Our Intro and Exit Music is Mars from The Planets by Gustav Holst 1914-1916 (Public Domain). Performed by the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band Recorded 1998. This file is a work of a U.S. Air Force Airman or employee, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image or file is in the public domain. http://www.heritageofamericaband.af.mil/recordings/frontiers.asp

Meta Music: The Composer’s Director

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We will explore everything from how it’s done to perhaps what it means.

Christy is a composer working in Hollywood and is a huge John Williams fan. She was a chosen as a composer fellow for the 2018 Sundance Institute Film Music Lab that took place this summer up at Skywalker Sound. She is also composing the music for the upcoming six-part documentary series about women in the Star Wars fandom, Looking for Leia. She is also an amazing Keyboard warrior on Tumblr. Check out her music and Meta’s at http://www.christycarew.com

Clips All rights reserved by listed owner – used for comparative purposes. 

60 Minutes Clip: CBS

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/john-williams-and-j-j-abrams-discuss-star-wars-the-force-awakens/

ALIAS: ABC

Felicity: WB

Nightbeast: Troma 

https://youtu.be/RFSaQYeWd7E

AWESOME LINKS:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Youtube:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

iTunes:
https://apple.co/2Nx3Cuk

Stitcher:
https://bit.ly/2LjDH8m

Radio Public:
https://bit.ly/2morJMy

Google Play:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

Intro and Exit music is from Phedre’s Theme, Orchestral Music by Christy Carew with full permission for use by Christy Carew (http://www.christycarew.com).

Meta Music: Solo A Star Wars Story

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our new segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We will explore everything from how it’s done to perhaps what it means.

Christy is a composer working in Hollywood and is a huge John Williams fan. She has been chosen as a composer fellow for the 2018 Sundance Institute Film Music Lab that took place this summer up at Skywalker Sound. She is also composing the music for the upcoming six-part documentary series about women in the Star Wars fandom, Looking for Leia. She is also an amazing Keyboard warrior on Tumblr. Check out her music and Meta’s at http://www.christycarew.com

In this episode we talk through the Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack composed by John Williams and John Powell. 

  • Discussion on the Solo Score John Williams/John Powell
  • The Adventures of Young Han Solo
  • The comparison of Ben and Han Solo musically
  • The Cloud Riders / Ancestral power connection to the Mask
  • The Source music – “Chicken in the Pot” What do those lyrics mean?
  • L3 and the Falcon
  • That Love theme “Lando’s Closet” (A bit on what this could mean Reylo wise)

Clip Break Down:

*** The use of Star Wars music in this episode is for educational/commentary purposes under “Fair Use” Copyright.***

  • John Williams Star Wars Death Star Theme “Imperial Theme” (From Star Wars Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack)
  • John Williams “The Adventures of Han” (From Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack)
  • John Powell “Marauders Arrive” (From Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack)
  • John Powell “L3 & Millennium Falcon” (From Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack)
  • John Powell “Lando’s Theme” (From Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack)
  • John Williams “Peace and Purpose” (From Star Wars The Last Jedi Sountrack)
  • John Powell “Meet Han” (From Solo A Star Wars Story Soundtrack)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Youtube:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

iTunes:
https://apple.co/2Nx3Cuk

Stitcher:
https://bit.ly/2LjDH8m

Radio Public:
https://bit.ly/2morJMy

Google Play:
https://bit.ly/2NX1ut4

Intro and Exit music is from Phedre’s Theme, Orchestral Music by Christy Carew with full permission for use by Christy Carew (http://www.christycarew.com).

What the Fandom: “A Day in the Life of TchaikovsKYLO Ren”

Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) and co-host Ty Black (@black_Tym and Wit & Folly on YouTube) for our segment ‘What the Fandom’ talk with Melian Daily (@majin_melmo) about her creation “A Day in the Life of TchaikovsKYLO Ren“.

Awesome Links:

Melian’s Tumblr: Psy-KYLO-gy

Twitter: @WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Our Intro and Exit Music is Mars from The Planets by Gustav Holst 1914-1916 (Public Domain). Performed by the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band Recorded 1998. This file is a work of a U.S. Air Force Airman or employee, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image or file is in the public domain. http://www.heritageofamericaband.af.mil/recordings/frontiers.asp

 

Meta Music: What The Force Theme

Join Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) as we explore the Music of Star Wars in our new segment Meta Music with Christy Carew (@Christy_Carew). We will explore everything from how it’s done to perhaps what it means.

Christy is a composer working in Hollywood and is a huge John Williams fan. She has been chosen as a composer fellow for the 2018 Sundance Institute Film Music Lab taking place this summer up at Skywalker Sound. She is also composing the music for the upcoming six-part documentary series about women in the Star Wars fandom, Looking for Leia. She is also an amazing Keyboard warrior on Tumblr. Check out her music and Meta’s at http://www.christycarew.com

In this episode we talk through the Force Theme and it’s meaning, generally gush about music, and talk about Christy’s first memories of Star Wars. 

Twitter: @WTForceshow

Website: Whattheforce.ca

Intro and Exit music is from Phedre’s Theme, Orchestral Music by Christy Carew with full permission for use by Christy Carew (http://www.christycarew.com).