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John Williams Greatest Hits: 1969-1999 (2-Disk Set) - Piano Software

Smart PianoSoft

By John Williams

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John Williams Greatest Hits: 1969-1999 (2-Disk Set) - Piano Software (Smart PianoSoft). Composed by John Williams. For Disklavier. Pianosoft Sync. Disk. Published by Yamaha (HL.503821).

This innovative software series enables your Disklavier Mark III piano to perform with the world's most popular CDs! Using Yamaha's PianoSmart Technology, this companion diskette will magically empower your Disklavier Mark III to accompany the exciting audio performance from the designated CD. (Use only the CD listed. The commercial CD is NOT INCLUDED and must be purchased separately.)

Includes 28 themes: Star Wars • E.T. • Superman • Jaws • Raiders of the Lost Ark • Jurassic Park • Schindler's List.

  • The March From '1941' 
  • Theme From 'Schindler's List' 
  • The Reivers 
  • Born On The Fourth Of July 
  • Summon The Heroes 
  • Cadillac Of The Skies 
  • Seven Years In Tibet 
  • Theme From 'Superman' 
  • Hymn To The Fallen 
  • The Days Between 
  • Duel Of The Fates 
  • Parade Of The Slave Children 
  • Scherzo For Motorcycle And Orchestra 
  • Theme From Sugarland Express 
  • Luke And Leia 
  • Flight To Neverland 
  • JFK Prologue 
  • Look Down, Lord 
  • Bugler's Dream (Olympic Fanfare) 
  • Far And Away (Main Theme) 
  • Theme From 'Jaws' 
  • Theme From 'Jurassic Park' 
  • Olympic Fanfare And Theme 
  • Somewhere In My Memory 
  • Star Wars (Main Theme) 
  • Theme From E.T. (The Extra-Terrestrial) 
  • Raiders March 
  • The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) 
  • Theme From Close Encounters Of The Third Kind 
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  • January 23, 2012 this rocks

    this really rocks i really love these songs

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