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Judy Woodruff: And before we go, May the 4th -- did I say that right? -- has become an unofficial holiday for Star Wars fans.
So, we leave you tonight with an excerpt from composer and conductor John Williams and the Vienna Philharmonic playing "The Imperial March," as we all look forward to the day when we go to concerts and movies again.
Judy Woodruff: On this May the 4th, John Williams and the Vienna Philharmonic.
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