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Lin-Manuel Miranda is an American composer, actor, playwright and rapper best known for creating the Broadway musical Hamilton. He composed source music with director J.J. Abrams for Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens,[1] two tracks entitled "Jabba Flow" and "Dobra Doompa".[2] He and Abrams sang the vocals.[3]

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. J.J. Abrams Wrote Star Wars Cantina Band Music with Lin-Manuel Miranda. The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. YouTube (2015-12-01). Retrieved on December 1, 2015.
  2. SPOILER ALERT: Two Song Titles, Singer Revealed for Lin-Manuel Miranda's STAR WARS Cantina Song!. Broadway World (2015-12-18). Retrieved on January 9, 2016.
  3. TwitterLogo @Lin_Manuel (Lin-Manuel Miranda) on Twitter. “STAR WARS SPOILER HERE: It's me and JJ on vocals, yes. And the lyrics I wrote are in Huttese. Which is fun to write.”

External linksEdit

Real-world music
Soundtracks
Saga:
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Original Soundtrack Anthology · Ultimate Vinyl Collection
Ultimate Soundtrack Edition · Ultimate Digital Collection
Spin-off films & TV:
Ewoks · The Clone Wars movie & seasons 1–6 · Rebels Season One & Season Two · Rogue One
Video games:
Shadows of the Empire · Knights of the Old Republic · KOTOR II
Republic Commando · Forces of Corruption
The Force Unleashed · The Force Unleashed II · The Old Republic
Composers
John Williams · Joel McNeely · Clint Bajakian · Peter Bernstein · Jesse Harlin · Mark Griskey · Frank Klepacki
Jeremy Soule · Joseph Williams · Jerry Hey · Kevin Kiner · Michael Giacchino · Chris Hülsbeck · Lin-Manuel Miranda
Performers
London Symphony Orchestra · London Voices
City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra · Maurice Murphy · Royal Scottish National Orchestra
New London Children's Choir · Seattle Sinfonia Orchestra
Sheet music books
The Phantom Menace · Attack of the Clones · Revenge of the Sith
Music from the Star Wars Trilogy: Special Edition · Selections from Star Wars
Star Wars: A Musical Journey: Episodes I-VI · Star Wars Episodes I, II & III Instrumental Solos
Star Wars for Beginning Piano Solo · The Force Awakens
Music Videos
"Lapti Nek" The Music Video from Jabba's Palace · The Duel of the Fates · A Hero Falls
Other
Bantha Music · Christmas in the Stars · Tusken Music · Headspace
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