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Star Wars Throne Room Theme Song – YouTube

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Victory Celebration | Wookieepedia | FANDOM powered by Wikia

Victory Celebration is a concert piece and theme composed by John Williams for Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. It was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. It plays during the Ewok and Rebel celebrations after the Battle of Endor.

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The “Ewok Celebration”, commonly known as “Yub Nub”, is the title of a 1983 song featured in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. It was published by Bantha Music and is administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation .

Clone Wars Victory Theme – Wookieepedia

“Clone Wars Victory Theme” is are several motifs written by Kiner for the score for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, its respective soundtrack and the television series. It was written in 2008 . The theme is used to represent Galactic Republic victories during the Clone Wars .

Composer: Kevin Kiner

Victory Celebration From Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

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Star Wars Wav Files – Sound Bites from the Star Wars Saga

Star Wars is an epic space saga created by George Lucas in the 1970s. From relatively humble beginnings, it has grown to be the most successful film series in motion picture history and a …

Ewok Celebration – Wikipedia

Ewok Celebration. ” Ewok Celebration “, known commonly as “Nub Yub” or “Yub Nub”, is the title of a 1983 song that appears in the end of the Star Wars film Return of the Jedi during the celebration of the Ewoks on Endor with the Rebel Alliance pilots after the destruction of the Death Star II.

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Music of Star Wars – Wikipedia

Diegetic music. It is written in the style of big-band jazz and is stylistically akin to the “Cantina Band” music from Star Wars. The track features solo alto saxophone, two bass saxophones, solo clarinet, trombones, kazoo, muted trumpets, Fender Rhodes piano, bass, …

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