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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Available through DirectSong, the four-disc set is a fantastic collector’s item for fans of The Elder Scrolls. The compilation will begin shipping the week after the game’s release. As a bonus to anyone that orders by December 23rd, copies of the soundtrack will be personally autographed by the game’s composer, Jeremy Soule!

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Halo Trilogy Soundtrack

While I am NOT at all a fan of the Halo games, the soundtracks are a totally different story.

We all know that the Marty O’Donnell composed Halo musical score is one of epic proportions. So epic, in fact, that over the course of the Halo trilogy, Bungie has released four discs of Halo soundtrack goodness. All of which you should own. For those who have yet to fulfill their Halo soundtrack purchasing duty, then this product should be of interest.

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The Eminence Symphony Orchestra and Blizzard Entertainment today announced the release of Echoes of War: Music of Blizzard Entertainment, a 2-disc album and DVD package featuring a collection of orchestral themes from across the Blizzard Entertainment universes. The Echoes of War package includes 15 unique arrangements from Blizzard Entertainment’s catalogue, with several pieces coming from yet-to-be-released titles including World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King, StarCraft II, and Diablo III. There are two versions available, a standard version and a legendary one, both now in stock on Eminence Group’s website.

The Music of Blizzard Entertainment

Echoes of War: The Music of Blizzard Entertainment



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Also I am curious why you like it! Personally I can’t decide bewteen Thief or Dungeon Keeper or any game from the poll list..

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Video Games Live is the largest and most successful video game concert in the world having already performed around the globe to over 250,000 people. The EMI Classics CD, compiled by Video Games Live co-creators Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall, who also conducts the recording, features the Slovak National Orchestra, The Crouch End Festival Chorus and The Video Game Pianist, Martin Leung in medleys from hit game franchises such as Halo, Warcraft, Kingdom Hearts, Tetris, Castlevania, Myst and Tron.

Video Games Live: Volume One will be released in two stages: The digital release will be downloadable in the UK from July 7th, 2008, with the option to pre-order from a week before that on iTunes and other DSP’s (Digital Service Providers) with that capability; the release of the CD and iTunes exclusive, including digital bonus tracks, will be staggered to coincide with Video Games Live events, beginning in San Diego, California on July 24th (North America) and Leipzig, Germany on August 20th (Europe and worldwide).

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video games live volume 1

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Play! A Video Game Symphony

PLAY! A Video Game Symphony is a symphony world-tour featuring music from video games, performed by full orchestra and choir, featuring award-winning music from a catalogue of blockbuster video game titles. Here you can read an interview with the team behind Play! and here you can hear a sample from their concerts, enjoy! Bonus here and here.

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Welcome!

Hello and welcome to Games Music! This was previously known as midi.lx.ro, but i had to do some changes hence the old host was very crappy. Ok, here we are, i will soon start posting some classic game soundtracks.

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