|1||The Training Of A Jedi Knight||3:17|
|3||The Magic Tree||3:32|
|4||The City In The Clouds||6:29|
|5||The Heroics Of Luke And Han||6:18|
|7||Star Wars (Main Theme)||5:49|
|9||The Battle In The Snow||3:48|
|10||The Asteroid Field||4:10|
|11||Yoda And The Force||4:01|
|13||Rebels At Bay||5:23|
|14||Han Solo And The Princess||3:25|
|16||The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)||2:59|
|17||Departure Of Boba Fett||3:30|
- Art Direction – Glenn Ross, Tim Owens
- Design – Murry Whiteman/Gribbitt!, Tim Bryant
- Engineer [Remixing Engineer] – John Neal
- Liner Notes – Alan Arnold
- Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra
- Producer, Composed By, Conductor – John Williams
- Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Eric Tomlinson
- Recording Supervisor [Recording Supervised By] – Lionel Newman
Included: 12 page full colour 11.5"x11" booklet
Credits/titles on sleeve:
Star Wars / The Empire Strikes Back; The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture; Music Composed and Conducted by John Williams
Credits/titles on spine:
Star Wars / The Empire Strikes Back / The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture
Credits/titles on labels:
Star Wars / The Empire Strikes Back / The Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture Performed by The London Symphony Orchestra
Recorded at Anvil Recording Studios, Denham, England. Recorded on December 27, 28, 29, 1979 & January 7, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18, 1980. Remixed at Twentieth Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, Ca.
© ℗ 1980 Lucasfilm Ltd.
Published by Fox Fanfare Music, Inc. and Bantha Music (BMI)
Manufactured & Marketed by RSO Records, Inc. 8335 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069. Distributed by Polygram Distribution, Inc. 810 7th Avenue, New York, New York 10019.
Label Variation: Record number on left, Side number on right (Record 1 Side 1, Record 1 Side 2, Record 2 Side 3, Record 4 Side 4)
- Rights Society: BMI
- Other (On Labels under cat #): 56
- Other (Intl.): 2658 134
- Other (Ind. Intl. # (LP 1)): 2479 238
- Other (Ind. Intl. # (LP 2)): 2479 239
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): RS-2-4201-AS
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): RS-2-4201 BS
- Matrix / Runout (C-Side Label): RS-2-4201 CS
- Matrix / Runout (D-Side Label): RS-2-4201 DS
- Marketed By – RSO Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – PolyGram Distribution
- Manufactured By – RSO Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
- Published By – Fox Fanfare Music, Inc.
- Published By – Bantha Music
- Recorded At – Anvil Recording Studios
- Remixed At – Twentieth Century Fox Studios
The score from The Empire Strikes Back, composed by John Williams, was recorded in eighteen sessions at Anvil Studios over three days in December 1979 and a further six days in January 1980 with Williams conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. Between Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, Williams had also worked with the London Symphony Orchestra for the scores to the films The Fury, Superman and Dracula. The score earned another Academy Award nomination for Williams. Again, the score was. Star Wars, Episode V The Empire Strikes Back: The Imperial March - London Symphony Orchestra, The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, Sergei Prokofieff, Copland. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Star Wars, Episode V The Empire Strikes Back: The Imperial March - John Towner Williams. Performer, Orchestra The London Symphony Orchestra. Producer, Composed By, Conductor John Williams 4. Recorded By Eric Tomlinson. Star Wars V - The Rebel Fleet, End Title 6:27. Star Wars- The Imperial March Darth Vader's Theme 3:07. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back - Han Solo and the Princess Love Theme 3:28. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack - 17. Finale 6:27. Star Wars Main Theme Full 5:52. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack - 14. The Duel 4:02. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack - 09. Battle in the Snow 3:47. A little look back at 197980 with John Williams and assistants scoring the sequel to Star Empire Strikes Back, also known as Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, is a 1980 American epic space opera film directed by Irvin Kershner and written by Leigh Brackett and Lawrence Kasdan, based on a story by George Lucas. Produced by Lucasfilm, it is the second film in the Star Wars film series albeit the fifth chronologically and the sequel to Star Wars 1977. Set three years after the events of the first film, the Galactic Empire, under the leadership of Darth Vader and the. John Williams & London Symphony Orchestra. The Imperial March Darth Vader's Theme. Departure of Boba Fett. Han Solo and the Princess. Yoda and the Force. The Duel. The Magic Tree. Listen album. London Symphony Orchestra. Songs in album London Symphony Orchestra - Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back - OST, Звездные войны: Эпизод 5 - Империя наносит ответный удар - Саундтрек 1980. London Symphony Orchestra - The Imperial March Darth Vader's Theme. London Symphony Orchestra - Yoda's Theme. London Symphony Orchestra - Attacking A Star Destroyer. London Symphony Orchestra - Yoda And The Force. London Symphony Orchestra - Imperial Starfleet DeployedCity In The Clouds. Listen free to John Williams Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back 20th Century Fox Fanfare, Main Title, The Ice Planet Hoth and more. 23 tracks 124:02. The musical score of The Empire Strikes Back was composed and conducted by John Williams, and it was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra at a cost of about 250,000. In 1980, the company RSO Records published this film's original musical score as both a double LP album and as an 8-track cartridge in the United States. Its front cover artwork features the mask of Darth Vader against a backdrop of outer space. The Empire Strikes Back is epic, romantic, and powerful. It is George Lucas' world at its most uncompromising, and Williams' score treats its themes of heroism and betrayal like the Shakespearian tragedy that it is. feat: London Symphony Orchestra