Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (soundtrack)
The Return of the Jedi score was recorded at the Abbey Road studios in January and February 1983. Again, John Williams conducted the London Symphony Orchestra and served as producer. Orchestrator Herbert W. Spencer, engineer Eric Tomlinson, music editor Kenneth Wannberg, and record supervisor Lionel Newman again reprised their respective duties. The score won another Oscar nomination for Williams. Return of the Jedi, which is the longest score of the Original Trilogy, was only released on a single LP instead of a double set like the Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back soundtracks before it.