The Sounds of Star Trek
|Title:||The Sounds of Star Trek|
|Editor(s):||Jean Peacock (Graham) and Chuck Graham|
|Size:||8 1/2 x 11, wraparound|
|Fandom:||Star Trek: TOS|
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The Sounds of Star Trek is a 74-page illustrated collection of all the music from the original Star Trek series, transcribed by hand by Jean Peacock and Chuck Graham from over seventy-nine hours of original soundtracks. It was illustrated by Debra McWilliams and Lisa Morton
All or nearly all have been chorded for piano, with lyrics where applicable. Contains the music to the main theme, "Beyond Antares", "Spock's Theme" from "Amok Time", the pseudo-Brahms waltz played by Spock in "Requiem for Methuselah", and more.