Found March 26, 2012 on NESN.com:
Before fine tuning the "Fanfare for Fenway" track for the 100th anniversary of the Red Sox' beloved ballpark in 2012, John Williams was composing multiple songs for other things -- most notably movies. Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and Jaws were just a few of his best soundtracks, but there are plenty more movies he has composed tracks for. Williams' "Fanfare for Fenway," released on Saturday, is his latest work connected to the Boston Red Sox organization, the team for which he holds so much passion. Williams also created medleys to go along with the Red Sox' 2005 and...
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