#TheForceTheme from #JohnWilliams is also known as #BinarySunset after the amazing scene in #StarWars #NewHope! Used over and over through the series, this #piano version is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
#JohnWilliams is the undisputed kind of #film #soundtracks – so here’s a full #album featuring his greatest themes.
0:00 SMB Intro 0:03 1: Star Wars 2:12 2: The Imperial March 5:13 3: Duel of the Fates 9:25 4: Anakin vs Obi-Wan 13:20 5: The Asteroid Field 17:38 6: Rey’s Theme 20:47 7: The Force Theme 23:45 8: Cantina Band 26:32 9: Raiders March (Indiana Jones) 28:44 10: Superman 32:55 11: Jaws 34:58 12: Hedwig’s Theme 40:00 13: Schindler’s List 44:26 14: Jurassic Park 47:17 15: Flying (E.T the Extra-Terrestrial)
Now There are Two Of Them is a speech melody composition by Andrew Wrangell based on a quote from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. The quote that forms the namesake of the piece has been used in various remixes in pretty clever ways, so it was only fitting to transcribe it as a melody and create an entire piano piece around it. If you want to see any more stuff like this, please leave us a comment to let us know!
The Star Wars theme is one of the best-known tunes in popular culture, written by legendary film composer John Williams. It’s the first thing you hear as the opening text crawl begins in the movies and we wanted to release this to accompany “Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi” released today!
We hope you enjoy our Star Wars Theme easy piano tutorial and may the force be with you!
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Learn to play Rey’s Theme by John Williams on piano with this piano tutorial! Please enjoy.
Rey’s Theme was written by John Williams for the 2015 film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens. The theme represents the primary protagonist in the film, Rey, who is introduced as a vunerable, orphaned child. The theme is written in John Williams’ signature lush orchestral style, with multiple exciting climaxes and colourful use of instrumentation.
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