When Rey grabs the lightsaber in the climax of The Force Awakens, John Williams' *original* score for the moment (it can be heard on the official soundtrack in the track "The Ways of the Force") was replaced in the final edit with tracked-in music from Star Wars ("Burning Homestead" on the Special Edition soundtrack, "The Return Home" on the original soundtrack LP). The music as scored doesn't fit exactly with the final edit (hence the tiny silence before Rey's saber ignites) possibly suggesting that the tracked music was chosen as much for its length as it was its emotional power, or that the scene was lengthened to accomodate the emotion of the tracked music. This is what it would have sounded like in the film had Williams' score been (more or less) left alone.
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