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Star Trek Through the Years

By Calvin Custer

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Orchestra (Score & Parts) - Grade 3-4
Arranged by Calvin Custer. HL Full Orchestra. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4490022).

Item Number: HL.4490022

  • Star Trek(R) The Motion Picture 
  • Star Trek - Deep Space Nine(R) 
  • Star Trek(R) Generations 
  • Star Trek - Voyager(R) 
  • Star Trek(R) - The Inner Light 
  • Theme From 'Star Trek(R)' 

1 - CONDUCTOR SCORE (FULL SCORE) 48 pages

1 - FLUTE 1 4 pages

1 - FLUTE 2 (PICCOLO) 4 pages

1 - OBOE 1 3 pages

1 - OBOE 2 3 pages

1 - BASSOON 1 3 pages

1 - BASSOON 2 3 pages

1 - BB CLARINET 1 4 pages

1 - BB CLARINET 2 4 pages

1 - BB BASS CLARINET 3 pages

1 - BB TRUMPET 1 3 pages

1 - BB TRUMPET 2 3 pages

1 - BB TRUMPET 3 3 pages

2 - F HORN 1 & 2 3 pages

2 - F HORN 3 & 4 3 pages

1 - TROMBONE 1 3 pages

1 - TROMBONE 2 3 pages

1 - TROMBONE 3 3 pages

1 - TUBA 3 pages

4 - STRING BASS 3 pages

2 - PERCUSSION 1 3 pages

2 - PERCUSSION 2 3 pages

1 - TIMPANI 3 pages

1 - PIANO 12 pages

8 - VIOLIN 1 3 pages

8 - VIOLIN 2 3 pages

8 - VIOLA 4 pages

4 - CELLO 4 pages

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Santa Clara, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • May 30, 2009 Great arrangement

    Excellent arrangements for most of the pieces, especially the Original Series and The Motion Picture / Next Generation themes. Sadly the trumpet & timpani duet which opens the beautiful Voyager theme is missing, though it's pretty easy to transcribe and add in. The ending is slightly artificial, as is common with...

    these types of arrangements. One slight problem is that except for The Inner Light and the original series tune, all the music is of the same 'fanfare' genre. It would have been nice to have included the oboe solo from Star Trek: Insurrection as a nice piece of contrast.

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