Superman Sheet Music Superman Theme Sheet Music
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“Superman Sheet Music” by John Williams, “ Superman Sheet Music” for Piano / Vocal/Chords , Original key: C Major, number of pages sheet music PDF: 3, Video song Superman Sheet Music.
“Superman’” by John Williams
- Sheet Music Title: Superman Sheet Music John Williams
- Instrument: Piano Sheet Music / Chords / vocal /
- Original Published Key: C Major
- Metronome: 100
- Author: John Williams
- Film: Superman
- Year: 1978
- Genre: Soundtrack Sheet Music
- Sheet Music Format: PDF
- Piano Sheet Music
- Pages pdf file: 3
- Superman Sheet Music John Williams.
Superman Sheet Music John Williams
This version begins with the fanfare (whereas the film version omits this initial appearance), which is set in a moderate tempo and at a moderately loud dynamic. Together with the noble brass melody and the subtle but dramatic timpani roll, it is as though a great storyteller is preparing us to hear a mythic tale of epic proportions, the musical equivalent of Star Wars’ famous “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”.
Structurally, the fanfare begins with two motives that outline a perfect fifth and fourth, intervals commonly used to denote heroism. But these intervals go beyond the merely heroic since they are based on only two different notes of the scale: the tonic (the scale’s first note) and dominant (its fifth note). Together, these notes suggest the most restful chord in any key, the tonic, which gives the impression of stability. With no intervening notes, the scoring in the trumpets and horns, and the relatively slow rhythms, these tonic and dominant notes attain an awe-inspiring sound not unlike the opening of Richard Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra, heard over the main titles of 2001: A Space Odyssey. On top of that, the triplet rhythm adds a militaristic quality that suggests something powerful. Thus, even in these first few bars, Superman’s heroism, stabilizing presence, and strength are all hinted at.
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