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Track Title Genre Track Description PlayLink
ANAKIN’S THEME Cinematic A recurring Theme introduced in Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, composed by John Williams as the main Theme for the young Anakin Skywalker, played when Anakin first meets Padmé Amidala in Watto’s junk shop on Tatooine. Click to Listen
ARRIVAL AT TATOOINE AND THE FLAG PARADE Cinematic A theatrical motif written by John Williams for the 1999 film Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.  The piece is used in the flag ceremony scene just before the start of the Boonta Eve Classic podrace. Click to Listen
ASTEROID FIELD, THE Cinematic Also known as the ‘Anoat Asteroid Belt’, the Hoth Asteroid Field was an extensive, wildly erratic asteroid belt occupying the farthest orbit of the Hoth system, a favored sanctuary for smugglers and pirates alike hoping to elude legal authority. Click to Listen
CANTINA BAND Cinematic Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes, (the Cantina Band), were an all-Bith music band, specializing in the fields of Jizz and Jatz, making their first appearance in Star Wars IV: A New Hope. Click to Listen
DUEL OF THE FATES Cinematic “This piece, which has to do with the sword fight and comes at the end of the film, is a result of my thinking that something ritualistic and/or pagan and antique might be very effective.” ―John Williams Click to Listen
HE IS THE CHOSEN ONE Cinematic The prophesy of the ‘Chosen One’ was an ancient Jedi legend that foretold the coming of a being who would restore balance to the Force.  The idea of balance of the Force, a central tenet of the Jedi Order, referred to the ideal state in nature. Click to Listen
IMPERIAL MARCH Cinematic Also called “Darth Vader’s Theme,” the “Imperial March” is a recurring Theme of the Star Wars movies, based on the well known Funeral March from Chopin’s Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor and on “Mars, the Bringer of War” by Gustav Holst. Click to Listen
JABBA THE HUTT Cinematic Jabba’s Theme, a recurring Theme of the Star Wars movies.  It was composed by John Williams and first appeared in the film ‘Return of the Jedi’ during scenes featuring Jabba the Hutt. Click to Listen
JAR JAR’S INTRODUCTION AND THE SWIM TO OTOH GUNGA Cinematic Beneath the surface of Lake Paonga on Naboo is a spectacular Gungan city. A crowning achievement of unique Gungan technology, the city appears as a glittering cluster of jewel-like bubbles.  Jar jar Binks is a well-meaning Gungan outcast. Click to Listen
JEDI MASTER REVEALED MYNOCK CAVE Cinematic “You will go to the Dagobah system.  There you will learn from Yoda, the Jedi Master who instructed me.” ―Obi-Wan Kenobi Click to Listen
LITTLE PEOPLE WORK, THE Cinematic Ewoks were sentient, diminutive, furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor.  They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor. Click to Listen
LUKE AND LEIA Cinematic “Luke and Leia” is the name of the musical theme composed for the siblings Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. The piece was written for the film Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi by John Williams. Click to Listen
PARADE OF THE EWOKS Cinematic Also known as the “Ewok Theme”, this musical piece was written and composed by John Williams for the film, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Click to Listen
PRINCESS LEIA Cinematic Princess Leia’s Theme is the musical leitmotif in the Star Wars saga that represents Princess Leia Organa. The Theme’s first appearance is in “A New Hope”.  It is first heard when Princess Leia is captured by Darth Vader. Click to Listen
QUEEN AMIDALA AND THE NABOO PALACE Cinematic Padme Amidala, elected Queen of Naboo led her people through the Trade Federation’s invasion of the planet.  With the help of the Jedi Order, Amidala was able to lead her people in liberating Naboo from the Federation. Click to Listen
TRIP TO NABOO TEMPLE Cinematic The Trip to Naboo Temple and the Audience with Boss Nass is a dramatic musical sequence from Episode I of the Star Wars saga, The Phantom Menace. Click to Listen
YODA’S THEME Cinematic A recurring Theme in the Star Wars saga, composed by John Williams and associated with Jedi Master Yoda.  It was first played on Dagobah during Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Click to Listen