Star Wars fans get amazing surprise after playing theme at composers' home
Star Wars already has a cult fanbase, but two fans took their love of the movie franchise a step beyond: they played the Star Wars theme in front of esteemed composer John Williams' home.
One might think that they just played the music on their phones or an old-school boombox but no, they went all out and played instruments. 13-year-old Bryce Hayashi plays the trumpet while his friend Michael Miller is on the flugelhorn.
Williams not only took notice of this serenade, but he came out of his home to greet the kids. They were so focused on the music that they did not even see Williams until they finished playing.
Being huge fans of Williams, they of course freaked out a bit once they noticed. Williams said he was not sure they would be able to pull it off, but they did: "I started to listen and thought 'Oh they'll never make it,' and they did it," he told them.
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William's praise is saying a lot, considering he has won five Academy Awards and has composed the music for other iconic films such as Indiana Jones and the Harry Potter franchise.