17 Geeky Star Wars The Imperial March Theme Remakes

Besides being one of the most popular and successful Sagas in movie History, Star Wars has also provided some of the most memorable music themes, an infamous one being the Imperial March. Here we gathered 17 various Imperial March remakes that include Tesla Coils, Musical Instruments, Hand Farts and many more. I am sure Star Wars geeks would appreciate every last one of the following, and it is highly recommended to check them all out…you will be amazed!

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Tesla Coils

We already know how cool Tesla Coils are, so here are two separate examples of Imperial March Themes remakes with Tesla Coils that would makes Geeks cry.

Disk Drives

Here we have the Imperial March Theme on a Floppy Disk and also one that is using an actual Hard Drive.

Arduino

The Imperial March Arduino Style proves that Star Wars is an inner part of a Geek’s life.

Hand Farts

I was afraid at first when I noticed there is an Imperial March remake using Hand Farts, but this version ended up being of the funniest things I have ever seen. Why? because it is actually really good 🙂

8 Bit

Old school Star Wars geeks would appreciate the 8 Bit version like any other, for it is retro and plays Star Wars.

Scanner

A cool remake that shows what Geeks end up doing on their spare time.

The Imperial March using Musical Instruments

Steel Drums

The Steel Drums remake would be amazing to see in any outdoor event.

Orchestra

The original Imperial March theme was composed by John Williams, so it is actually not surprising to see it remade by a different orchestra just as good.

Metallica

The one and only Metallica has also provided tribute to the famous Star Wars theme with a heavy but awesome result.

Buckingham Palace

Here we see a shift change in Buckingham Palace with a great entertaining factor for Geeks.

Guitar

There were many variations of the Imperial March on guitars, but this one seemed to lead to the Dark Side.

Drums

In this remake, the drums are accompanying the theme, and the result is highly successful.

Trumpet

Another cool example that proves no matter what instrument you play, the Imperial March will always sound good.

Keyboard

Simple, elegant and definitely respectful of Star Wars.

iPhone Ocarina

In this example you can see the iPhone Ocarina being played using the fan’s nose, and it still ends up delivering the Imperial March well.

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  5. Pfriend.

    Hmm… nice little bit of offal, stated above.
    If everyone is done nit-picking, how about some serious appreciation for the musicians/geeks who are each showcased in this VERY COOL compilation?!

    Not only is each clip in and of itself excellent; the dedication it took to look through countless clips to find the ones worthy of posting here is pretty frakking cool, as well.

    Please quit complaining, and tearing things apart.
    It’s entertainment. Give.Us.A.Break.

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  7. duck.

    Wow AnaVictoria…shut up, just enjoy, lol

    U must b a total nag in real life having to correct and critique EVERYTHING, considering you even try to pick this apart with ur obnoxious “im so smart nothing gets by me” undertone

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  9. AnaVictoria.

    Excellent compilation. Just two observations:

    In the video called “Drums” you state “In this remake, the drums are accompanying the theme, and the result is highly successful.” Actually, as the labels on the video state, the drums are not merely accompanying, but in fact triggering the sounds on the computer. Remove the drums from this setup and you have no music.

    Second: in the video called “Trumpet” you state: “Another cool example that proves no matter what instrument you play, the Imperial March will always sound good.” A march, as defined, is a piece written for marching bands in marching tempo. The trumpet is an essential part of the marching band,as are other brass and woodwinds and it was originally scored in the Imperial March, so it’s really not surprising to hear it on the Imperial March at allarch. Another instrument not employed in your typical marching orchestra or band would have been more suitable. I wonder if it was ever done on a theremin.

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    1. duck.

      just cuz drums r triggering it doesnt mean its not accompanying it, and the point of the trumpet video is its JUST a trumpet, same as playing it on JUST drums would b interesting as its not a full marching band or orchestra

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