Star Wars: If It’s Not Baroque…

Richard Grayson is a famous composer and pianist who is known for his ability to improvise any melody and play it any style, or tempo. Forgive me music geeks as I may be mistaken so feel free to correct me here, but here are his improvisations on the Imperial March and the Star Wars theme song in a Baroque Gavotte, similar to the style of Beethoven.

[Picture source: Blastr]

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2 Responses to Star Wars: If It’s Not Baroque…

  1. The first one is in the style of Beethoven, the second one as a Baroque Gavotte (similar to the style of Jean Phillipe Rameau, IMO). The Baroque style went out of fashion about half a century before Beethoven. Beethoven is generally considered to bridge the Haydn school and the Romantic era.

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