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Theme Songs

Evolution of Film Music

Evolution of Film Music

Violinist Rob Landes looks back the history of film scores, performing 60 themes from 1938’s Snow White, all they way up through 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, while dressed up in a series of silly costumes. It’s interesting how the newer themes aren’t nearly as memorable.

Fingerstyle Movie Music

Fingerstyle Movie Music

While it’s in no way a comprehensive collection, musician Marcos Kaiser’s compilation of 12 classic movie themes performed on his acoustic guitar will bring back lots of memories, and occasionally tug at your heartstrings.

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Fingerstyle Theme Songs

Fingerstyle Theme Songs

Musician Marcos Kaiser likes to arrange versions of classic movie, cartoon, and video game theme songs to play using fingerstyle guitar technique. The Spongebob theme is awesome, but we also enjoyed his Terminator, Star Trek, and Flintstones themes too.

Beatbox Theme Song Medley

Beatbox Theme Song Medley

From Flash Gordon to Spider-Man to Ghostbusters, beatboxer Tom Thum turned in a fantastic, but all too short medley of themes from popular movies and TV series. They’re all great, but that Knight Rider one was epic.

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