- Performer:The Film Score Orchestra
- Title:Star Wars: A Musical Tribute
- Date of release:February 14, 2006
- Size FLAC version1346 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1967 megabytes
- Size WMA version1586 megabytes
- Formats:AHX XM MPC VOC MP1 WAV
The Filmscore Orchestra presents A Musical Tribute featuring music from ALL Star Wars movies including 'The Phantom Menace'.
The Film Score Orchestra. Star Wars: A Musical Tribute (CD, Album). The Film Score Orchestra. Shaken & Stirred. A Fistful Of Film Music (Album, Comp). Film 90's: Themes from the Decade's Biggest Blockbusters. Star Wars: A Musical Tribute.
Nominated-Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Musical Score. Score to the Steven Spielberg war veteran tribute film shown on day 3 of the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Air and Simple Gifts", performed by Itzhak Perlman on violin, Yo-Yo Ma on cello, Gabriela Montero on piano, and Anthony McGill on clarinet. Composed for the Barack Obama 2009 presidential inauguration. Tracklist for Solo: A Star Wars Story's Soundtrack Album". Retrieved 2018-05-08.
The score can be downloaded in the format of your preference: Musescore. Full score and individual parts.
The incredibly talented musicians of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra perform amazing symphonic interpretations of soundtracks from a variety o. These print ads for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's concert series Space Classics rather brilliantly reference Star Wars, Star Trek, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. The concert series, which premieres in September, will feature music from these and other famous sci fi films. The ad campaign is by Australia's Showpony Advertising. Space Story: A Bad Day, A Mashup of 25 Sci-Fi Movies That Come Together as One Short Film.
The classical music score by John Williams is a good example-it came out as a two-disc Long Playing (LP) vinyl record set with about 75 minutes of the 88 total minutes of music used in the film.
While to ascribe this feat single-handedly to Williams is premature, the popularity and impact of the scores was a major contribution. It is commonly used in modern film scoring, as a device to mentally anchor certain parts of a film to the soundtrack. Of chief importance for a leitmotif is that it must be strong enough for a listener to latch onto while being flexible enough to undergo variation and development. Principal leitmotifs. The Star Wars score was recorded in eight sessions at Anvil Studios between March 5 and March 16, 1977 by the London Symphony Orchestra. The orchestrations were made by Herbert Spencer, who also made the orchestrations for Episode V and VI.
CreditsThe Film Score Orchestra - Primary Artist
|1||Star Wars Fanfare & Theme||The Film Score Orchestra||1:26|
|2||Star Wars Theme - "Pop" Version||The Film Score Orchestra||3:22|
|3||Duel of the Fates||The Film Score Orchestra||4:17|
|4||Princess Leia's Theme||The Film Score Orchestra||4:28|
|5||Anakins Theme||The Film Score Orchestra||3:10|
|6||The Empire Strikes Back (Main Theme)||The Film Score Orchestra||3:01|
|7||Cantina Band||The Film Score Orchestra||4:07|
|8||Parade of the Ewoks||The Film Score Orchestra||3:29|
|9||Han Solo & Princess Leia||The Film Score Orchestra||3:29|
|10||The Droid Invasion & The Appearance of Darth Maul||The Film Score Orchestra||5:12|
|11||Luke & Leia||The Film Score Orchestra||3:55|
|12||Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)||The Film Score Orchestra||3:03|
|13||Yoda's Theme||The Film Score Orchestra||3:39|
|14||Victory Celebration||The Film Score Orchestra||2:30|
|15||Star Wars Theme (End Title)||The Film Score Orchestra||2:24|