Star Wars: A Musical Journey (event)

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This article is about the event Star Wars: A Musical Journey. You may be looking for the DVD program Star Wars: A Musical Journey from John Williams' musical score for Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith.

Promotional art for the world-premiere of Star Wars: A Musical Journey.

Star Wars: A Musical Journey is a two-hour musical production that features footage from the six live-action films shown on a state-of-the-art 100 foot screen, with live narration by none other than Anthony Daniels,[1] along with a selection of John Williams' original scores from the films played by the 86-piece Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and choir. The event premiered at The O2 arena in London, U.K. on April 10, 2009, prior to a planned world tour. The live multi-media performance includes an exhibition of memorabilia from all six films, provided by the Lucasfilm Archives, including original models, props, costumes and production artwork. The event was produced by Another Planet Touring, in association with Lucasfilm Ltd.

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