From the opening majesty of the Star Wars theme that greeted moviegoers back in 1977 in A New Hope, John Williams’ music has been as key a piece of the Star Wars universe as Luke’s lightsaber, Vader’s helmet, or Princess Leia’s cinnamon-bun hair.
Williams has scored all seven films in the mainline Skywalker saga, and now that The Last Jedi is finally lighting up theater screens, the new film’s orchestral soundtrack has gone public as well.
For those of you who are total purists when it comes to spoilers, we should note: The titles of some of these tracks do hit on some of the film’s plot points in a rather oblique — but very minor — way. If you’re absolute in your resolve to walk into the theater with as little prior info as possible, then by all means, go see The Last Jedi first — and then come back and stream to your heart’s content.
But if you're ready to roll, you can stream the whole thing here.
Williams’ work on Star Wars and a host of other iconic films has earned him five Academy Awards, including one for his score for A New Hope. Williams also has taken home Oscars for Fiddler on the Roof (1971), Jaws (1975), E.T. (1982), and Schindler’s List (1993).
The Last Jedi is now playing in theaters nationwide.