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A mystery motif written by John Williams and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra first appeared in the 2002 Attack of the Clones soundtrack. It is an arpeggio figure in a minor key, ascending and descending in a succession of notes. The leitmotif has multiple variations, sometimes having a conjunct, undulating motion.

In the Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, the motif is first heard in the track "Return to Tatooine," in cue "2m5 Library Scene"—at the Jedi Archives, where Obi-Wan Kenobi was searching for the planet Kamino. Later, it sounds with in cue "3M1 Finding Kamino", when Kenobi first makes planetfall on Kamino and encounters its rainy environment. It is next heard in the cue "3M6 The Meeting With Fett", when a Kaminoan-ridden aiwha emerges from Kamino's ocean and flies around Tipoca City, immediately prior to Obi-Wan's meeting with Jango Fett. The motif is later heard in the cue "3M8 Rainy Ramp and Anakin's Nightmare", when Obi-Wan makes his report to the senior Jedi from a Kamino landing platform (featured in "The Meadow Picnic" on the released soundtrack). The leitmotif also accompanies the plotting of the Separatist Council on Geonosis.

A variation of the motif sounds in "Council Meeting," cue 3m1 of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith's soundtrack, again written by John Williams. It is followed by four notes that forms the first four notes of Ahsoka's Theme, first heard in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film written by Kevin Kiner. In the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series, which was also scored by Kiner, the motif appears in the episode "Voices," as Qui-Gon Jinn guides Yoda through the misty swamps of Dagobah, teaching the Jedi Grand Master about the Force and immortality.

In the 2014 Star Wars Rebels episode "Fighter Flight," just after Ezra Bridger frees farmers who were captured by the Galactic Empire in Imperial Troop Transports, the mystery motif trails the Force theme in a manner similar to that of the "The City in the Clouds" track. In the 2016 episode "The Protector of Concord Dawn," the mystery motif appears and is further developed by composer Kevin Kiner as the Spectre Sabine Wren plants explosives at the Protectors Camp on Concord Dawn.

The 3M1 cue is reused by composer Gordy Haab with some variation in the 2017 video game Star Wars Battlefront II for its Kamino loading screen. In Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker, the Attack of the Clones track "Return to Tatooine" is reused for the rooftop scene beteeen Zorii Bliss and Poe Dameron. The mystery motif is included, and sounds when Bliss lowers her helmet's eye-shields. In the same 2019 film, the leitmotif is played in forte, overlaying the Force drain scene and increasing in speed, pitch, and volume as Darth Sidious takes the power of Rey and Ben Solo for himself.

Variations of the leitmotif are used in various BBC documentaries released in the 2000s and 2010s.[source?]

Leitmotifs and themes
Introduced in Episode IV
Leitmotifs:
Luke Skywalker · The Rebellion · Princess Leia · Jawa · The Force · Tusken Raider · The Death Star · Dies irae · The Empire

Recurring themes/concert pieces/songs:
"Star Wars Main Title" · "Cantina Band" · "Here They Come!/TIE Fighter Attack" · "The Final Battle" · "The Throne Room"

Introduced in Episode V
Leitmotifs: The Empire/Darth Vader · C-3PO and R2-D2 · Han Solo and Princess Leia · Yoda · Lando Calrissian · Boba Fett

Recurring themes: "The Asteroid Field"

Introduced in Episode VI
Leitmotifs: Jabba the Hutt · Ewoks · Luke and Leia · The Emperor

Concert pieces/songs: "Jabba the Hutt" · "Lapti Nek" · "Jedi Rocks"
"The Forest Battle" · "Ewok Celebration"/Yub Nub · "Victory Celebration" (VI)

Introduced in Holiday Special
"Light the Sky on Fire" · "Goodnight, But Not Goodbye" · "A Day to Celebrate"
Introduced in Droids and Ewoks
"In Trouble Again" · "Ewoks" · "Friends Together, Friends Forever"
Introduced in Rogue Squadron and Shadows of the Empire
"Rogue Squadron Main Title" · Xizor's Theme · Dash's theme
Introduced in Episode I
Leitmotifs: Qui-Gon Jinn · Jar Jar Binks · Darth Maul · Anakin Skywalker · Shmi Skywalker

Recurring themes: "Droid Invasion Theme" · "The Flag Parade" · "Escape from Naboo" · "Duel of the Fates" · Funeral

Introduced in Episode II
Leitmotifs: Mystery motif · "Across the Stars" · The Republic

Themes: "The Meadow Picnic"

Introduced in Episode III
Leitmotifs: General Grievous · Sith mystery · "Anakin's Betrayal" (II) ·"Anakin's Dark Deeds" (II) · "Battle of the Heroes"

Themes: "Padmé's Destiny" · "Padmé's Ruminations"

Introduced in The Clone Wars and Rebels
Leitmotifs: Clone Wars victory · Ahsoka Tano · Padmé Amidala
Rebels · Ezra Bridger · The Grand Inquisitor · Maul · Thrawn

Diegetic music: Glory of the Empire (V)

Introduced in Knights of the Old Republic and The Force Unleashed
Old Republic theme · The Force Unleashed · Rahm Kota · Juno Eclipse · Redemption
Introduced in Rogue One, Solo, and Galaxy's Edge
Leitmotifs: Jyn Erso and Hope (IV) · Galactic Empire · Guardians of the Whills
Han Solo · Enfys Nest

Themes: Galaxy's Edge

Introduced in Episode VII
Leitmotifs: Kylo Ren (V, VI, I, and II) · Rey (VI) · Poe Dameron · The Resistance · "Jedi Steps"

Themes/songs: "Han and Leia" · "Jabba Flow" · "Snoke"

Introduced in Episode VIII and IX
Rose Tico · Desperation · "Last-ditch fanfare" · Luke in exile · Knights of Ren
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Real-world music
Soundtracks
Saga:
I · II · III · IV · V · VI · VII · VIII · IX
Original Soundtrack Anthology · Ultimate Vinyl Collection
Ultimate Soundtrack Edition · Ultimate Digital Collection
Spin-off films & TV:
Ewoks · The Clone Wars movie, seasons 1–6, Season Seven: Episodes 1–4, Episodes 5–8, Episodes 9–12 · Rebels Season One & Season Two · Rogue One · Solo · The Mandalorian (Chapter 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8)
Video games:
Shadows of the Empire · Republic Commando · The Old Republic
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Oga's Cantina: R3X's Playlist 1
Composers
Clint Bajakian · Peter Bernstein · Paul Dinletir · Michael Giacchino · Patrick Gleeson · Ludwig Göransson · Mark Griskey
Jesse Harlin · Jerry Hey · Chris Hülsbeck · Dean Kiner · Kevin Kiner · Sean Kiner · Frank Klepacki · Joel McNeely
Lin-Manuel Miranda · John Powell · Ryan Shore · Jeremy Soule · James L. Venable · John Williams · Joseph Williams
Performers
London Symphony Orchestra · London Voices
City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra · Royal Scottish National Orchestra
New London Children's Choir · Seattle Sinfonia Orchestra
Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra · Los Angeles Master Chorale · Kathleen Battle
Vienna Philharmonic · Hamburger Symphoniker · Jefferson Starship · The Hu
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 · Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
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
Special Extended Dance Remix of Lapti Nek from the Original Soundtrack Recording of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Tusken Music · Headspace
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