Since 1977, Star Wars has been inspiring generations of moviegoers with its expansive universe, larger-than-life characters, and dazzling special effects. While the film franchise has produced some of the greatest cinematic moments of all time, the music composed for Star Wars films is some of the most iconic in movie history. John Williams, the composer of all scores for the original film franchise, has been nominated for five Academy Awards for his Star Wars scores, winning one for his work. He continued his incredible compositions for the franchise withStar Wars: The Last Jedi, and his latest score has now been adapted for piano with songbooks available from Hal Leonard.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack features 12 tracks from the soundtrack, including: Ahch-To Island * The Battle of Crait * Canto Bight * Fun With Finn And Rose * The Last Jedi * Main Title And Escape * Old Friends * Peace and Purpose * The Rebellion Is Reborn * The Sacred Jedi Texts * The Spark * and The Supremacy. Available in both piano solo and easy piano arrangements. Hal Leonard editors worked closely with John Williams on the arrangements, ensuring Star Wars fans alike have a songbook accurately reflecting the score as it's heard in the film.
In addition to the 12 arrangements, these souvenir songbooks also feature eight pages of color artwork from the film. The piano solo arrangements are available for $17.99, while the easy piano arrangements are available for $16.99.
The songbooks are available from music retailers or by visiting www.halleonard.com.