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Star Wars – Attacca Quartet: May the Fource Be with You

Classical string quartet Attacca Quartet plays an arrangement of Star Wars classics, including the main title, Hologram / Binary Sunset, and the Imperial March. On violins: Amy Schroeder and Keiko Tokunaga, with Nathan Schram on viola, and Andrew Yee on cello.

There are more strings in the archives. Also: Vittorio Monti’s Csárdás performed by The Kanneh-Mason Family and learn how to play the Star Wars Imperial March on piano.

via @tangentialism.

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