From the Detroit Free Press:
You might not know the name Anthony Daniels, and you very likely have no clue what he looks like in real life -- but you certainly know his voice. The gold-plated robot of the "Star Wars" saga is taking on a new role as the live narrator for "Star Wars": In Concert, a symphonic extravaganza with an 86-piece orchestra, large choir and accompanying memorabilia exhibit that visits the Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday for two performances. Call him Emcee 3PO, even if it makes you cringe.
One of my favorite record albums of my youth was the Star Wars soundtrack. I used to listen to it for hours on end and the music still ranks up there as some of my favorite orchestral pieces.
In many instances, incidental music is pretentious. But you can reasonably argue that the John Williams masterpiece is a big reason why the movie so successful.