September 21, 2023
Kevin Kiner's Superb Score From Star Wars: Ahsoka (Parts 1-4) Has Emerged From The Force

Kevin Kiner’s masterful original soundtrack from Star Wars: Ahsoka Part 1-4 is now available to download. Listen for free on YouTube!

Among the many triumphs in Dave Filoni’s new STAR WARS: AHSOKA series is the symphonic new score from franchise legend Kevin Kiner. Making the leap from animation to live-action was always a daunting task. But Kevin Kiner has risen to the challenge of delivering a magnificent soundtrack worthy of John Williams. And now, fans can immerse themselves in his brilliance. The composer’s score from the opening four episodes has officially been released for our listening pleasure.

Aside from dropping the colossal 46 tracks on his YouTube channel, the entire score is now available on Amazon, Spotify, Apple, and other platforms. Eager for a listen? Check out his playlist below!


Walt Disney Records releases Volume 1 of the Original Series Soundtrack for the hit Disney+ series Ahsoka. Available everywhere now is the Original Series Soundtrack: Volume 1 from composer KEVIN KINER, featuring music from episodes 1-4 of the series, which follows former Jedi Knight Ahsoka Tano as she investigates an emerging threat to a vulnerable galaxy. With music by longtime Star Wars collaborator Kevin Kiner (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars: The Bad Batch) , who originated Ahsoka’s theme and is returning to infuse his unmistakable style into the character’s live-action incarnation. Kiner combines classical blockbuster music from the 70s and 80s with traditional Japanese basses and cellos to give Ahsoka the feeling of a wandering ronin. The Original Series Soundtrack: Volume 1 is available today Friday, August 15 and the series is streaming now on Disney+.

KEVIN KINER notes, “I can’t believe that 17 years after I wrote Ahsoka’s theme for The Clone Wars that I’m still getting to progress and expand it. Sean and Deana Kiner worked with me on a lot of this score, and I think their fresh take —especially with regard to the ronin aspects of the score—helps move our sound forward in the Star Wars universe. This is something we’ve poured a lot of love into and are so proud of what we’ve created for these characters and this show.”

Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) in Lucasfilm’s STAR WARS: AHSOKA, exclusively on Disney+. ©2023 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.


  1. The Update (4:49)
  2. Master and Apprentice (2:19)
  3. The Map (5:17)
  4. Assassin Ambush (2:36)
  5. The New Republic (4:55)
  6. Where Is Sabine? (1:35)
  7. Igyah Kah – Kevin Kiner & Sarah Tudzin (2:50)
  8. Ezra’s Recording (2:24)
  9. Witch Ruins (2:35)
  10. Should Have Been a Good Jedi (5:42)
  11. Like So Many Jedi (2:37)
  12. Studying the Orb (4:25)
  13. Ahsoka and Hera (2:00)
  14. Shin and Sabine (4:19)
  15. Ahsoka – End Credits (3:43)
  16. Secrets of the Map (1:24)
  17. Done Enough (1:15)
  18. Opening the Map (2:09)
  19. Searching the Room (2:30)
  20. Bypass (2:57)
  21. Morgan and Baylan (4:41)
  22. Corellian Shipyard (6:05)
  23. Loyalists (1:33)
  24. Sabine’s Armor (5:45)
  25. The Eye (2:02)
  26. Enemies Are Multiplying (1:26)
  27. More Than Just Your Eyes (3:43)
  28. Briefing the Senators (3:13)
  29. Not Gifted (2:24)
  30. You Don’t Know That (5:35)
  31. I Shall Deal with Them (3:05)
  32. Stepping Out (2:13)
  33. The Whale Pod (3:20)
  34. Hunt Them Down (2:01)
  35. Not the Time for a Lesson (1:00)
  36. Can I Count on You? (3:17)
  37. Move In (2:55)
  38. Huyang Cuts the Power (1:31)
  39. Watch Me (2:18)
  40. Meet Up with Baylan (2:22)
  41. Fight in the Woods (3:52)
  42. Ahsoka and Baylan (4:05)
  43. Do It (3:11)
  44. Can’t Follow Us (5:23)
  45. Something Familiar (0:54)
  46. Igyah Kah (Demo) – Kevin Kiner & Sarah Tudzin (2:40)
(L-R): Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) and Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) in Lucasfilm’s STAR WARS: AHSOKA, exclusively on Disney+. ©2023 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.


In my FIVE-STAR review, I said that the soundtrack for the series is an orchestral triumph. But this is an understatement. Kevin Kiner’s soundtrack is nothing short of phenomenal. Making the transition from animation to live-action was always going to be a challenge, but Kiner slips into John Williams’ shoes with ease. Throughout the opening episodes, Kiner’s music feels fresh, vibrant, and hauntingly familiar. From Ahsoka’s regular theme to the punchy new material, Kiner’s score hits all the right notes. In places, his work resonates with the hallmarks of John Williams making Kiner the natural heir to the orchestral throne.

At times, this masterful score oozes with the nuances of Williams, all the while showcasing the brilliance Kiner is renowned for. And on the strength of this performance, the composer should be elevated to Star Wars’ theatrical endeavors without delay. His understanding of the source material, coupled with his incredible talent deserves no less. In short, his soundtrack sounds like Star Wars and more importantly, harnesses the essence of Star Wars. And that is the hallmark of a genuinely standout composer. His work on The Clone Wars and Rebels was legendary, in comparison, his work on Ahsoka is iconic.

Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) in Lucasfilm’s STAR WARS: AHSOKA, exclusively on Disney+. ©2023 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.


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STAR WARS: AHSOKA continues on September 2oth only on Disney Plus.









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