The renowned composer John Williams, the maker of legendary themes from Star Wars and Schindler’s list, admitted he never watched any of the Star Wars movies, writes the Mirror.
‘That’s absolutely true. When I finish working on some piece for a movie, when the tracks and voiceovers are done, I walk outside the studio and go like ‘Oh well, it’s over,’ he said.
Williams added he never wanted to go to the movie theatre and enjoy the result of his work. Besides, he surprised many of the audience by admitting he never considered his music something easy to remember.
John Williams's Imperial March, taken from the Youtube channel of user Merhawk102:
‘Many would say it’s weid but I rarely listen to my own records,’ the 83-year-old composer said.
John Williams also admitted he doesn’t use a PC to record his music; instead, he’s been using pieces of paper to write down the notes, like they did in the old days.
Williams is the maker of the world-renowned tunes such as the Imperial March and the Rebels Fanfare, part of the Star Wars franchise.