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The Imperial March

From Star Wars - Digital Sheet Music

The Imperial March

From Star Wars - Digital Sheet Music

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The Imperial March sheet music from Star Wars
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The Imperial March from Star Wars - Digital Sheet Music
(Darth Vader's Theme)
The Imperial March digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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Title:

The Imperial March

From:

Star Wars

Instrument:

Piano/4 Hands

Scorings:

1 Piano 4-Hands

Instrumental Duet

Original Published Key:

G Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0128405

Price:

$5.25
Includes digital copy + 1 print. Each additional print is $3.99

Number of Pages:

4

Average Rating:

Rated 4.5/5 based on 2 customer reviews

Top Review:

"I bought this for my sister and I to play, and it is fun to learn the popular tune that ma..."

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From:

Star Wars

Arranger:

Phillip Keveren

Number of Pages:

4

Forms:

Theme

Duet

Instrument:

Piano/4 Hands

Scorings:

1 Piano 4-Hands

Instrumental Duet

Original Published Key:

G Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0128405

Tempo:

March

Metronome:

q = 108

Styles:

Movie/TV

Soundtrack

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Composer:

John Williams

Date:

1980

Publisher:

Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0128405

From the Shows:

Star Wars

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

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BabysitterRach

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4/1/2016 10:57:12 PM

Lots of fun if youre a Star Wars fan!

I bought this for my sister and I to play, and it is fun to learn the popular tune that many people recognize. I think the difficulty level is good; it isnt easy and boring, but it also is not ridiculously technical and hard.

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Starla_Sheffield

Piano: Advanced / Teacher

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12/13/2016 3:06:15 PM

sounds good

This is a nice duet. Well written. You can use it with two students who are not at the same skill level. A player needs to be playing intermediate music to be able to play the Primo part. The hardest part of the Primo is the middle section of the piece where the Primo part is playing sixteenth notes, alternating between hands (same notes, but an octavo apart on the keyboard and a sixteenth note apart in time). The player need to be very comfortable with ledgar lines above the treble clef, because there is a lot of them. The first and last part tend to be easier because most people are very familiar with the melody/rhythm of that part and because of repetitions of the main theme. The Secondo part is mostly playing octaves or chords and keeping the march feeling going and really helps the piece sound full and imposing. The Secondo part can be played by someone a little less skilled than the Primo player and can easily be simplified if necessary. The piece is fun to play and the players can make the song even more fun to perform by wearing the appropriate Star Wars attire. To have even more fun with this piece have StormTroopers march with their light sabers (i.e. Boomwhackers) and play the Secondo part (or a simplified version of it). This is a great recital piece. Works very well for costumed, ensemble recitals.

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