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St. Paul, Minn. —
In 1977, a film collaboration between a director and composer began what would become one of the most successful pairings in all of film history.
Geroge Lucas met his musical equal in John Williams, who provided music for sci-fi's equivalent of The Ring Cycle, Star Wars. Six films and billions of dollars later, Williams' music stands as some of the best movie music of all time.
Scroll down to view the Star Wars original 1977 trailer
Joshua Bell brings music to Union Station once again
In 2007, violinist Joshua Bell played incognito in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station, and hardly anyone noticed. On Tuesday, Bell got a do-over of sorts, playing to several thousand people in Union Station's main hall.