May 4 is deemed as Star Wars Day due to the pun, “May the fourth be with you.” There are worldwide virtual celebrations of one of the most influential movie franchises of all time.
Much of the success of “Star Wars” is due to master composer John Williams, who has written over eighteen hours of music for these nine movies, not to mention the ever-expanding library of prequels, sequels and spinoffs.
WABE film music contributor Dr. Scott Stewart shared some “Star Wars” soundtrack highlights with “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes.
- “Adventures of Han” by: John Williams
- “Tie Fighter Attack” by: John Williams
- “Reminiscence Therapy” by: John Powell
- “Imperial March” by: John Williams
- “Empire Recruitment” by: John Powell and John Williams
- “Ewok Celebration” by: John Williams
- “Victory Celebration” by: John Williams
- “Star Wars: Clone Wars theme music” by: Kevin Kiner
- “Clone Wars: Obi-Wan to the Rescue” by: Kevin Kiner
- “The Mandalorian theme music” by: Ludwig Goransson