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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

By John Williams

Composed by John Williams. Easy Piano Songbook. Movies. Softcover. 72 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.154452).

Item Number: HL.154452

ISBN 1495053326. 9x12 inches.

Music from the soundtrack to the much-anticipated seventh installment of Star Wars® by John Williams is presented in this songbook, complete with full-color artwork from the film! Songs include: Main Title and The Attack on the Jakku Village • The Scavenger • Rey Meets BB-8 • Rey's Theme • That Girl with the Staff • Finn's Confession • The Starkiller • March of the Resistance • Torn Apart • Scherzo for X-Wings • Farewell and The Trip • The Jedi Steps and Finale.

  • The Scavenger 
  • Main Title And The Attack On The Jakku Village 
  • Torn Apart 
  • Scherzo For X-Wings 
  • Farewell And The Trip 
  • The Jedi Steps And Finale 
  • Finn's Confession 
  • March Of The Resistance 
  • Rey Meets BB-8 
  • Rey's Theme 
  • The Starkiller 
  • That Girl With The Staff 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Stockton, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • August 19, 2017 Overall fun, but with questionable transpositions

    I bought this to play some of the main themes for my two Star Wars-obsessed boys in a manner suited to my mediocre piano skills. Overall, these are good for early intermediates, with caveats. The arrangements are generally good and accurate, though "Scherzo for X-Wings" is notated in...

    quarter notes that would be easier to play as eighth notes. The decision to transpose the iconic main theme to G major from the original Bb is really hard to understand. There are Bb major pieces in the collection and even the rousing "March of the Resistance" accurately presents all the modulations in their correct keys, including the five flats of Bb *minor*. "That Girl With the Staff," "Torn Apart" are also transposed. The main theme's G major transposition is most felt in the jarring difference it makes to the end of "Jedi Steps and Finale," where everything is correct up to the moment the theme returns at the end in the wrong key from the recording. Gah! Still, I recommend this compilation.

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