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Music from The Star Wars Trilogy - Special Edition: Easy Piano Sheet music – Mar 1 1997

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  • Sheet music: 36 pages
  • Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co.; 1 edition (March 1 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1576239381
  • ISBN-13: 978-1576239384
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 0.3 x 30.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 45 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #168,852 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I was looking for something that was easy to play, but familiar enough that I'd know if it sounded wrong when I played it (I'm not the greatest piano player), and would also (and most importantly) attract the attention of my 6 year old son who loves all things Star Wars.

This book was perfect. Let's be clear. It's an easy to play book, so if you're looking for the complete score, keep looking. But all the important bits and parts are there. When I started playing the Darth Vader Theme, my son ran over to the piano and wanted to learn how to play it. He has never had piano lessons, but can already play part of this song with my help. That was worth the purchase alone, in my opinion.
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HASH(0xa6025714) out of 5 stars Good but BEWARE June 21 2009
By neoninfusion - Published on
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I hadn't played the piano for about 20 years until I bought this book. I love it. I had a huge grin when I first played The Throne Room, especially The Force theme.

It certainly is easy piano; I could sight read fairly comfortably for the most part, with easy key signatures and rarely more than three fingers used in the bass (which is evenly spread between one, two and three notes at any one time) and mostly single notes in the treble. Being Star Wars, it is easy to recognise a wrong note - these tunes are so familiar.

However, you need to beware. Amazon has posted the same reviews for this book and the one with the same cover - the paperback version. Amazon has also included both song lists in the Editorial Reviews. These two seemingly identical books have a few differences in what songs they include:

1) Cantina Band (Star Wars) and Ewok Celebration (Return of the Jedi) are only in Easy Piano.

2) Ben's Death/Tie Fighter Attack (Star Wars), Han Solo and the Princess (the love theme from Empire), May the Force Be with You (all movies), Parade of the Ewoks (Return of the Jedi), Jedi Rocks (the replacement song for the Max Rebo Band in the Return of the Jedi Special Edition), and Yoda's Theme (Empire) are only in the Paperback version.

So you need to be careful that you buy the one you really want. They are both easy piano. You also need to be mindful that this edition is strictly for piano.

Overall, this product is fantastic. Even the learner can master the tunes within months. If you are adept at the piano, look for one of the more difficult versions.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5abca74) out of 5 stars Exactly what I was looking for...... Star Wars Music for the Piano May 5 2007
By mommyofchristopher - Published on
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The last reviewer, Bill Dunham, was incorrect. He said this book had 16 songs and 60 pages. I just received this book in the mail and it actually only has 8 songs, and 36 pages. It does contain some nice photos from the movie. I would recommend it for a beginner piano player who likes Star Wars music who's already had a year of lessons.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6bcf7d4) out of 5 stars good beginer/intermediate book Aug. 17 2009
By P. Noteboom - Published on
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I bought this book for my boys 7 and 8 as a step up from a movie tunes book that was a little too easy. This book was the right dificulty level making them have to work a little harder for the finished product but not too hard for kids with only 1 year of piano lessons.
HASH(0xa6c581a4) out of 5 stars Sister Approves Sept. 21 2014
By C. Locheiven - Published on
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My Nephews can't get enough of hearing these songs, so I got this for my sister. She says they are easy to play (she had seven years of lessons), even though she doesn't get to play as often as she would like.
HASH(0xa5a767d4) out of 5 stars Fun for Star Wars Fans July 5 2013
By Burton, OH - Published on
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As a piano teacher I bought this book for some of my young male students. It is a big hit. It is at the early intermediate level. The boys especially like the main Star Wars theme and the Imperial March (Darth Vader's theme). The Cantina song is a fun one, too, with some somewhat challenging rhythms for intermediate students, but good practice in syncopation.