An Austrian piano player has put the theme song to “Star Trek: Into Darkness” on the keyboard, creating an arrangement of the song that even composer Michael Giacchino would be proud of.
He goes by the name “Unlimited Piano,” and doesn’t share his name of face. But he does show us how he creates the music from various camera angles, including one that gives us his perspective of the black and white.
Check out the video to hear him bring Kirk back to life, while reminding us that Khan was indeed here, courtesy of Unlimited Piano.
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