“Obi-Wan Kenobi” Soundtrack Available Now on from Walt Disney Records

Walt Disney Records is pleased to announce that the soundtrack for the Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi series is now available on digital platforms for streaming and purchase. They’ve also shared an interview with composer Natalie Holt (Loki), about this ambitious undertaking.

What’s Happening:

  • Now that the finale of Obi-Wan Kenobi aired this past Wednesday, Walt Disney Records has released the Original Soundtrack for the Disney+ series.
  • The Obi-Wan Kenobi Original Soundtrack features the “Obi-Wan” theme by John Williams as well as the score composed by Natalie Holt with the “Obi-Wan” theme adapted by William Ross.
  • Fans can find the soundtrack streaming on their favorite music platforms including:
    • Spotify
    • Apple Music
    • YouTube Music
    • And more

  • In addition to streaming, it’s also available for purchase on the iTunes Store.
  • Along with announcing the release of the soundtrack, Disney shared an interview with composer Natalie Holt who talks about connection to John Williams’ music, her history with Star Wars and musical influences.

Walt Disney Records’ Interview with Natalie Holt:

"Like many children, the iconic music of John Williams underscored my childhood in all the classic movies I watched. It was his music in E.T. that first made me realise that film music existed so to have scored a project that has his musical heritage embedded in it is something very special to me. Although when I told John that he was the reason I’d become a film composer, he laughed and said, ‘Oh dear, I’m so sorry about that!’”

“As a violinist with a classically trained background, I wanted to create something on an epic scale which was both an homage to the musical palette of Star Wars, while having a contemporary flavour. Because the story of the show involved heritage characters, in some way one has to show awareness of and respect for the heritage of the music. At the same time, there were new characters and elements that are not so familiar to many people – such as the Inquisitors – and finding an original sound and theme for those was part of the pleasure and challenge of this project. So that process of working with my hero John Williams and also bringing my own voice to the show has been glorious.”

“Getting to record in L.A. on Fox’s Newman Scoring Stage with the same orchestra that John uses, was also a dream, and working with Chris Fogel, who was Ludwig Göransson’s engineer on The Mandalorian, was also a great experience. I’m a huge admirer of Ludwig’s work, so it’s been great to meet him as part of this journey.”

“There are some Latin influences in the score, some sounds that are more Eastern, and some dark brooding synthesisers. Ultimately though it’s an emotional score. I watched the original Star Wars trilogy with my dad when I was five years old, and that powerful memory has taken on additional meaning for me in recent times because he is now very ill and losing his own memory. I hope the score is something that he would be proud of, that John Williams feels is harmonic with his own incredible work, and that Star Wars fans across the world embrace the continuing journey of this incredible story world and its rich musical heritage.”

About Obi-Wan Kenobi:

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi begins 10 years after the dramatic events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith where Obi-Wan Kenobi faced his greatest defeat—the downfall and corruption of his best friend and Jedi apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, who turned to the dark side as evil Sith Lord Darth Vader.
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