Via classic fm.
The piece was originally scored for full symphony orchestra and features a brass-heavy melody, but in this video (posted earlier this month by YouTube user Andrea Dylan) the sound takes on a decidedly more robotic persona.
Turning complex pieces of music into mini-symphonies for flappy disk drives is not a new concept, but this seems to be the most accurate and accomplished version of a John Williams piece so far.
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