Star Wars music

Across the Stars is the love theme from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. It was composed and recorded for Attack of the Clones by John Williams for George Lucas. Across the Stars"

Battle of the Heroes is a musical theme from the movie Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. It was written by John Williams for the duel between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Battle of the Heroes"

The Droid Invasion Theme, properly named the "Trade Federation March", is a musical leitmotif from the Star Wars movies. It was composed by John Williams to represent the relentless Trade Federation. Droid Invasion Theme"

Duel of the Fates is a musical theme recurring in the Star Wars prequels. It was composed by John Williams. Duel of the Fates"

Ewok Celebration (colloquially known as Yub Yub or Yub nub for its lyrics, translating into 'freedom' in the Ewok language) is a musical theme recurring in the ending of the Return of the Jedi. It was composed by John Williams. Ewok Celebration"

Ewoks was a soundtrack released by Lucasfilm Ltd. in 1986. The LP was a compilation of the music used for the two Ewok adventure films from the mid-1980's. The music is from: Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure and Ewoks: The Battle for Endor. Ewoks (soundtrack)"

The Force Theme (aka Ben's Theme or Binary Sunset) is a leitmotif from the film scores of the Star Wars movies, composed by John Williams. Its most noted appearances are in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope during a scene in which Luke Skywalker looks out onto Tatooine's Binary Sunset and during a homage to this scene in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as Owen and Beru Lars look out onto the same type of sunset from the same location. An excerpt is also heard during the Battle of Yavin in Episode IV at the point, appropriately enough, where Luke hears Obi-Wan Kenobi's urgings to " Use the Force, Luke". Force Theme"

The Max Rebo Band was a pop music band in the Star Wars universe. They consisted of Ortolan Max Rebo on keyboard, Kitonak Droopy McCool, and two singers: Yuzzum Joh Yowza and Pa'lowick Sy Snootles. Their only appearance in the movies was at Jabba the Hutt's palace. In the Expanded Universe, there are indications that the members escaped before being brought aboard Jabba's sail barge, which of course would later be destroyed. Due to disputes over Max's mismanagement of the band, mainly regarding wages (Sy would later write, "Jabba was going to pay us in food! But any boss worth working for pays the band and gives them a meal on top of it! I was wrong to let Max run our business affairs.") the band broke up shortly thereafter. Max Rebo Band"

Princess Leia's Theme is a musical theme in the Star Wars saga that represents Princess Leia Organa. The innocent theme is similar to Han Solo and the Princess, the love theme from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. It first occurs in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith at the end, as Bail Organa and his queen hold the newborn Princess Leia. It occurs soon after during the end credits of the movie. In the original trilogy, it occurs in A New Hope as Princess Leia is captured by Darth Vader. Later, it plays as R2D2 plays her holographic message to Obi-Wan Kenobi. It is also heard very fully as Leia nostalgically remembers the innocent past. Even though the event has little to do with Princess Leia, the theme plays when Obi-Wan Kenobi is killed by Darth Vader. Finally, it plays in the end credits of A New Hope. Princess Leia's Theme"

The music in Star Wars were music film scores that were composed by John Williams for all six Star Wars films. The music for the films are especially distinctive as it has been known to paint musical pictures of such accessibility and precision, and Williams' invaluable contribution to the double-trilogy stands as an unsurpassed feat in the history of film scoring in terms of breadth, thematic-development and cultural impact. Star Wars music"

"The Imperial March ( Darth Vader's Theme)" is a musical theme recurring in the Star Wars films. It was composed by John Williams, and first appeared in the film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. The Imperial March"

"The Saga Begins" is a parody by "Weird Al" Yankovic, released in the 1999 album Running with Scissors. To the tune of American Pie, by Don McLean, it recounts the plot of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, from Obi-Wan Kenobi's point of view. The song is particularly notable for giving an accurate account of the film, even though the song was released before the film. Yankovic says that he wrote the song based on information from internet spoilers. McLean not only approved the song, but also made a cameo in the music video. The Saga Begins"