I see why this track was included in the soundtrack – there's lots going on, including all three themes new to The Last Jedi – but I'm not sure where any of it is heard in the movie.
Track 6 was obvious: It was used starting at the end of Maz's monologue, about 45 minutes into the film (corresponding to Rey's theme heard at 1:50 into track 6), continued through Reylo's first ForceTime conversation (at around the 46-minute mark), and concluded around the 48-minute mark (just before Luke starts teaching Rey).
Track 8 is also obvious: It picks up right after Luke starts teaching Rey, where Luke says “reach out with your feelings.”
But what happened to track 7? There is about one minute of film in between where track 6 ceases and track 8 begins (at the 49 minute mark), but track 7 is about four minutes long. And that minute, during which Luke says “Reach out” and Rey sticks her arm out in front of her, contains no music. So obviously, track 7 is not heard in between tracks 6 and 8. So where does this music belong? I'm not certain. And thus my analysis will consider only the themes heard in the soundtrack, and not where in the film these themes are used.
0:00-0:23 Rose's theme, cello and horn, both phrases, D-flat major to F major
0:23-0:34 Rose's theme, horn and flute, both phrases, starts in F major
0:34-0:52 Rose's secondary theme, both phrases, D-flat major, strings & flute & trumpet (2nd phrase only)
0:52-1:01 last-ditch fanfare, trumpets, F minor
1:01-1:13 Rose's theme, horn & strings with triangle, F major to A major
1:13-1:20 hints of Rose's theme, A major-ish
1:20-1:32 Last-ditch fanfare, woodwinds
1:32-1:50 Sarabande, A minor, horns, both phrases
1:50-2:02 Sarabande, flutes, quietly, both phrases
2:02-2:15 Crying motive
2:15-2:25 Last-ditch fanfare, B-flat minor, trumpets answered by horns, both phrases
2:25-2:33 Last-ditch fanfare, flutes, F minor, first phrase only
2:40-2:53 Sarabande, flute & muted trumpet, A minor, both phrases
2:53-3:02 Rose theme, Cellos, A major
3:08-3:21 Sarabande, trumpets, B-flat minor, both phrases
3:21-3:34 Last-ditch fanfare, full orchestra, B-flat minor
3:40-3:48 hints of Rose's theme
3:48-end unison B-flat orchestra hits
The Music of Star Wars
These posts will help focus and develop my analyses of John Williams' film scores.