It’s impossible to definitively name one track as John Williams’ unquestioned greatest song. He’s responsible for too many iconic cinematic scores to do that. His main theme for Jurassic Park is definitely in the conversation, though. It’s an incredible, moving, beautiful piece on its own, and it also helped create what might be Steven Spielberg’s single greatest movie moment. A new cover shows the song is gorgeous even without a full orchestra. One of our favorite internet musicians played it with eight separate cello performances.
Samara Ginsberg has been regaling us with wonderful covers of famous pop culture songs throughout quarantine. Previously, she wowed us with her cello-only renditions the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme and the opening credits track from the ’90s animated X-Men series. Not only do her covers remind us of why we love those song so much, they’re really the best advertisement we’ve ever seen for