Beyond Epic: Star Wars Music on an Electone

This is an amazingly talented Japanese woman performing some of the most well-known pieces of Star Wars music on an electronic organ. Enjoy!

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15 Responses to Beyond Epic: Star Wars Music on an Electone

  1. Ok, that went right past "excessive" all the way to "just plain showing off". But I couldn't stop watching. And, somehow, the organ console kept bringing to mind the transporter console from the original Star Trek. Maybe I need more coffee.

  2. Ok, that went right past “excessive” all the way to “just plain showing off”. But I couldn’t stop watching. And, somehow, the organ console kept bringing to mind the transporter console from the original Star Trek. Maybe I need more coffee.

  3. Absolutely amazing! Though I would also expect her to play the "cantina" theme as well!

  4. Absolutely amazing! Though I would also expect her to play the “cantina” theme as well!

  5. How is she changing sounds from horns to strings without touching any buttons on her organ…Me thinks there is more to this than meets the eye.

  6. How is she changing sounds from horns to strings without touching any buttons on her organ…Me thinks there is more to this than meets the eye.

  7. How is she changing sounds from horns to strings without touching any buttons on her organ…Me thinks there is more to this than meets the eye.

  8. It's pre-programmed for automatic patch (instrument) changes. The percussion is (mostly) pre-programmed as well. She triggers it under specific circumstances. That's how she can do stuff like a specific number of snare rolls while her hands do strings or brass or harp and her left foot does timpani or tuba while her right foot controls dynamics (volume)using the expression pedal. But yeah, like I said, it's programmed to change to certain instruments after a certain amount of time.

  9. It's pre-programmed for automatic patch (instrument) changes. The percussion is (mostly) pre-programmed as well. She triggers it under specific circumstances. That's how she can do stuff like a specific number of snare rolls while her hands do strings or brass or harp and her left foot does timpani or tuba while her right foot controls dynamics (volume)using the expression pedal. But yeah, like I said, it's programmed to change to certain instruments after a certain amount of time.

  10. It's pre-programmed for automatic patch (instrument) changes. The percussion is (mostly) pre-programmed as well. She triggers it under specific circumstances. That's how she can do stuff like a specific number of snare rolls while her hands do strings or brass or harp and her left foot does timpani or tuba while her right foot controls dynamics (volume)using the expression pedal. But yeah, like I said, it's programmed to change to certain instruments after a certain amount of time.

  11. It’s pre-programmed for automatic patch (instrument) changes. The percussion is (mostly) pre-programmed as well. She triggers it under specific circumstances. That’s how she can do stuff like a specific number of snare rolls while her hands do strings or brass or harp and her left foot does timpani or tuba while her right foot controls dynamics (volume)using the expression pedal. But yeah, like I said, it’s programmed to change to certain instruments after a certain amount of time.