This is a listing of music in the Star Wars Galaxy that goes beyond the Saga. These are The TV series, The New Anthology Film series and Exanded Universe. The following is a list of those that include music composed for the media.
Oga's Cantina: REX's Playlist
An interesting collection of music that sounds like dance music in the Galaxy Far Far Away. Includes names of musicians and their music from stories in canon. The famous Cantina tune composed by John Williams is also included with the title of Mad About Me (a name given to the tune in a Legends novel).
This is a great new series of dance music that can be mixed with the older into a nice playlist of music for a Star Wars themes party.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Music: Kevin Kiner
The Animated Film is the launch for the TV Series that follows. The music for the film is composed in much the similar style as the Saga films with Leitmotifs. Themes by John Willialms are also included and interweaved with the music of Kevin Kiner. Kiner keeps his own musical style and flavor but yet is able to create an outstanding wedding with the current catalog of themes by John Williams.
Star wars: The Clone Wars
TV Series (Season 1-6)
Music: Kevin Kiner
The Six year TV Series contains the story about the Clone Wars that takes place between Episode II and III. Kiner took on the work to compose for the entire series. He continued with the same style with themes as in the film version. Once again he created an outstanding wedding with the music already composd by John Williams. The entire series soundtrack is avalilabe in one collection.
Star Wars: Battefront
Music: Gordy Haab
The first video game that is included into the Canon of Star Wars. The game was released at the time of Episode VII. Gordy Haab was brought into the fold of composers to create the music for this game. The music is not available as a seperate album as of yet.
Star Wars Holiday Speical
Music: Ken Welch & Mitzie Welch
The first Star Wars material outside of the Saga. The script was written by George Lucas, but does not like to talk about it. It was aired once on TV During the Thanksgiving weekend and start of the Holiday season. Original music was composed for this show along with selections of the music of John Williams. This has now become a cult classic for followers of Star Wars.
Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adenture
Ewoks: The Battle for Endor
Music: Peter Bernstien
The two made for TV films on stories about the Ewoks (written by George Lucas) were scored in the same style as the films. The music included new material by Peter Bernstein and includes themes by John Williams. The movies have been released on DVD however the soundtrack was only released on Vinyl in the 1980s by Verse Seraband.
Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
Music: Joel McNeely
Shadows of the Empire is a story that takes place in the timeline between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. It was a novel as well as a video game and in comic book format. Action figures were also released by Kenner. This story was created in waiting for the Special Editions and the Prequels to be released. Among all the novels that were published this is the only one that included its own soundtrack. The music is more like incidental music for a novel and includes original music composed, orchestrated and conducted by Joel McNeely. Several of John Williams themes is interweaved incuding The Star Wars theme, The Imperial March and a few others.
Star Wars: Clone Wars
Music: James L. Vanable/ Paul Dinlntir
Before the Canon TV series, Lucksfilm released a 2D animated series on the Clone Wars. This is now available on a Two Volume DVD set. Original music was composed by two composers and includes music composed by John Williams. The story and the battles are not exaclty the same as the TV Series so therefore this one is no longer considered part of the canon of Star Wars. It is however still a part of the Star Wars Expanded Universe and includes many good aspects, including the musical score
Star Wars Headspace is an electornic music compilation album executively produced by Rick Rubin and Kevin Kusatsu. It compiles electornic dance tracks of acts including Claude VonStroke, Flying Lotus and Royksopp. It featured sound effects and samples from the Star Wars films, but does not contain any sample of John Williams' soundtrack for the series.
From Wikipedia and more about this can be read at the following link. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars_Headspace