STAR WARS - Main Title and Escape - THE LAST JEDI [WIP]

Uploaded on Dec 15, 2017

The first track in the Last Jedi Soundtrack by John Williams.

I'll do my best to work on it as much as possible.
12-30-17 was the most recent update.

Thanks Mates ;)

star wars the last jedi opening titles ost soundtrack main title and escape thanks mates ;)

Pages 8
Duration 05:40
Measures 168
Key signature 2 flats
Parts 30
Part names Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone(2), Tuba, Percussion(6), Timpani, Strings(5), Piano, Voice(4)
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You need to finish it, you haven't worked on it for ages!
Yes! I really do! I have worked on it since December, but not as much as I should. I've got so many projects that haven't worked on in "ages".
I usually replace the soundfonts when I am done with the song.
"You will finish this soundtrack" Finish it, finish it, finish it!!!!!!!!!!! (All kidding aside, you have a really start to the piece. I always have trouble dealing with so many instruments. :D).
Thank you! John Williams stuff is always (and maybe intentionally) difficult to transcribe by ear. I will be putting all my efforts to work on this piece. I'm just going to be REALLY busy during this season (for some odd reason a lot happens around December).
Pro-tip: Buy some of his film scores from Hal Leonard and study the orchestration techniques.
Thanks for the tip! I've always been studying his techniques (being the orchestrator he is!). However, I try to do all of my stuff by ear (not that you can get a score for this yet anyway), so I won't be getting a Last Jedi score to help me with this.
I don't mean to copy it, to see the techniques he uses (e.g. instrument doublings) and then use those in your own transcriptions. know what he's doing where by studying what he has done in the past.
IKR. I hardly have time for musescore this month. :(
First three bars are in 4/4, then 2/2 (1/2 = 1/4 note)
Thank you so much! Seems a bit odd, but makes sense while I'm listening to it.
Yes, it is. The funny thing is, Williams didn't even try.