Ludwig Göransson

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“Anyone growing up in any part of the world is a Star Wars fan,” Göransson says. “I heard the music before I saw the movie ...

Composer Ludwig Göransson’s childhood love of ‘Star Wars’ influenced his score for ‘The Mandalorian’

“Anyone growing up in any part of the world is a Star Wars fan,” Göransson says. “I heard the music before I saw the movie ...

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