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In2002, John said on TV that he always finds it difficult to create a new piece of music. While speaking about "Attack of the Clones," he said, "The fifth time is like the first time. We always have to make a new start when we try to create something. We sit down with a white piece of paper and we hope that we're going to have the inspiration and the good luck that we've had in the past. So I think every time is the same challenge all over again." Tall and sandy-haired, John Williams is familiar to many as he has often appeared on TV at the annual Academy Award ceremonies. Behind his smile, however, he always has a strong will to challenge himself while composing, or playing jazz, or indeed doing anything musical. What we can learn from John's life is, "Challenge yourself and will find the road to success."

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2002年に、ジョンは、新しい音楽を作成することが難しいと常に思うとテレビで言いました。 「クローンの攻撃」について話していた時、彼は言いました「5回めは、1回目のようです。 何かをつくろうとするとき、我々は常に新しいスタートをしなければなりません。 我々は白紙の紙を持って座り、そして、過去に我々が得たインスピレーションと幸運を授かることを、我々は願うのです。 それで、私は、毎回が、はじめからもう一度同じ挑戦であると思います。」 背が高く、薄茶色の髪をした、ジョン・ウイリアムスは多くの人々によく知られています、と言うのは、彼が、毎年、テレビのアカデミー賞授賞式にしばしば出席してきたからです。 しかし、彼の微笑の陰に、作曲する、あるいは、ジャズを演奏する、あるいは、本当に、何か音楽に関わることをする時、彼には自分自身に挑戦しようとする強い意志が常にあります。 我々がジョンの人生から学べることは、「自分自身に挑戦しなさい、そうすれば、成功への道が見つかります」と言うことです。

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