Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker score leaked online for award consideration

Finn (John Boyega), Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and Rey (Daisy Ridley) in STAR WARS: EPISODE IX.
Finn (John Boyega), Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and Rey (Daisy Ridley) in STAR WARS: EPISODE IX. /

It seems snippets of the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker score was released online and the titles seem to confirm some leaks and rumors.

You can’t put something on in the internet without stealthy Star Wars fans finding it. It sees Disney placed snippets from John Williams’ The Rise of Skywalker score for award consideration.

Warning: Potential spoilers ahead for Episode IX.

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There are 23 tracks listed with anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes worth of music for reach.

While the tracks are listed without names, users on Reddit discovered the titles within the metadata once the tracks were downloaded.

Here’s a list of the discovered track titles as featured on the subreddit Star Wars Leaks:

"01 Prologue (1:45)02 Falcon Flight (2:22)03 We Go Together (2:10)04 In the Desert (2:26)05 A Prisoner (1:23)06 To Kimiji (1:37)07 Fleeing from Kimiji (1:53)08 Hallway Shooting (2:11)09 Hard to Get Rid Of (2:19)10 Join Me (2:21)11 The Old Death Star (2:14)12 Off the Waterfront (1:03)13 Final Saber Duel (1:38)14 Healing Wounds (2:49)15 Advice (1:54)16 Battle of the Resistance (1:54)17 Approaching the Throne (4:16)18 Parents (1:57)19 Coming Together (1:44)20 Seeing Sights (3:17)21 Rescue (1:10)22 Farewell (4:27)23 A New Home (1:42)"

While perhaps the titles on their own don’t really say much, if you have been following leaks online, it seems to confirm a lot of what has been put out there.

It also seems to give a breakdown of how the movie will play out — unless Disney put the tracks out of order. However, they seem to go in an order that chronologically makes sense for the movie. You have “To Kijimi” and “Fleeing from Kijimi” back-to-back. Then there is the “Battle of the Resistance” coming later while “Farewell” and “A New Home” come at the end of the list.

I’ve given some of the tracks a listen and they are beautiful and emotional as you would imagine John Williams would create.

Want to listen to the score? Listen here 

(Update: It looks as though Disney may have pulled the tracks offline)

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker premieres December 20 worldwide.