George Lucas presented in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones an impressive and ambitious drama that goes far beyond the usual focused on showmanship spectacle beyond . His many years of headstrong fellow John Williams follows him on this path and delivers with his film music a remarkable and fascinating mix of romance, which is marked by tragedy , and an epic storyline in which the approaching calamity is constantly in the air. He overcomes the energy of youthful exuberant orchestrations of The Phantom Menace , the more likely to ET fit . Attack of the Clones fortunately reflects the skill of Williams at the height of free design resists , as already in The Empire Strikes Back.
In the musical accompaniment to the action we see Williams also in top form . " Jango 's Escape " and " Bounty Hunter's Pursuit" are very exciting pieces while it is " Zam The Assassin " is a scale on an epic scale work that takes your breath away an eleven minutes long . Williams conquered new territory here with the use of the drums in the style of Tiger , Hidden Dragon and amazes us with the sound of an electric guitar.
Music composed and conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS! ! !