Star Wars (Main Theme)
One of the most iconic songs in all of science fiction is the Main Theme of Star Wars composed by John Williams for the movie Star Wars IV: A New Hope, and used throughout all of the subsequent movies. The song is also featured in nearly every Star Wars game ever made.
The song itself has a high content of brass instruments and is often used as a theme for Luke, thus making it a heroic anthem. The recording used in the movie was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.
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Star Wars: Namco (FC)
Sound Blaster (DOS)
An altered version of the Star Wars (Main Theme) is one of the example songs included in the bundled software with the Sound Blaster. It is called STARFM.CMF, however the file's meta data identifies it as PDemo Theme II, possibly short for "Public Demo, Theme II," to showcase the qualities of the Sound Blaster. This song is also the only song in the bundled tunes that includes meta data to identify the arrangers.
Star Wars (NES)
This arrangement marks Marshall Parker's first work in video game audio.
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (NES)
The file name this song was stored in before being converted into binary data was TITLE.
Super Star Wars (SNES)
The Town With No Name (CDTV)
STARWARSSFX contains a small portion of the theme, recorded from Empire Strikes Back. However, it's not actually played anywhere during the game.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (N64)
Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter (W32)