"Anakin and Ahsoka" from Star Wars Rebels: Season 2 // Composed by Kevin Kiner
In honor of the final season premiere today, but GUYS, the title is EVERYTHING in this piece! It is no mistake that in this moment, we see "Anakin and Ahsoka" not "Vader and Ahsoka". This piece is filled with a distorted variation of Ahsoka's theme, a reflection of Anakin and Ahsoka's relationship as compared to what it was during the Clone Wars. Here's a great post that sums things up: "I'm STILL not over this.
And what is more... all this time later, I'm not even sure if people realize how truly astounding this moment is. The fact that this is our first and thus far only on-screen glimpse of Anakin Skywalker, post RotS, and pre-RotJ, ought to be enough for this scene to be viewed as far more than just some angsty thing. But all anyone ever seems to focus on is what he says next, without registering the fact that Ahsoka Tano scaled the walls of the Citadel that is 'Darth Vader', broke into his armour, found her beloved master imprisoned inside, and for the briefest moment in time, allowed Anakin Skywalker to rise to the surface once more. This is the heart-stopping moment when she hears his pleading voice and sees the softening of his gaze as he looks upon her after so long. The moment she glimpses 'the barest flicker of persistent light' that lingers within the heart of this fallen star. The moment she proves his earlier words wrong. Anakin Skywalker has NOT been 'destroyed', after all. Once she sees that his True Self still exists, that he is indeed 'still in there', she knows she cannot kill him. And yet, she also understands that she cannot free him - it is not yet his time. Ahsoka, who is no less than the embodiment of the Will of the Force in this scene, is under no illusions that she can just instantly bring him back from this, after so long. But though she may not be able to break him out, she can stay 'in there' with him. So, just as she once accompanied her master into the Citadel against his will, she now promises to never leave him again, no matter what he might say." - the-far-bright-center (Tumblr)