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長文ですいませんが お願いします Greatly interested in John's work, Lucas chose him to write the music for "Star Wars." This brought John his third Oscar. This piece fascinated even those who were certain that classical music is the best. よろしくお願いします


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ジョンの仕事に大いに興味を覚えて,ルーカスはジョンに「スター・ウォーズ」の音楽を書いてもらおうと決めた。 このことがジョンに三度目のオスカーをもたらした。 この作品は,クラシックが最高だと確信している人々さえも魅了した。



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