The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Original Soundtrack Collector's Edition, Soundtrack
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Original Game Soundtrack
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Audio CD, Collector's Edition, Soundtrack, 2011
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This four-disc physical set features a breadth of music from the icy sounds inspired by the game's highest mountain peaks to the powerful themes capturing the magnificence of the dragons. Created by composer Jeremy Soule who has won numerous awards for his music for titles like Morrowind, Oblivion, Guild Wars, and the Harry Potter games, this massive boxed collection from his latest masterpiece will be treasured by fans for years to come.
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It is amazing with how much deep dedication and care this wonderful piece was composed. Soule preferred orchestral music to compose a video game soundtrack. How remarkable! I personally like this fact a lot and I'm really impressed.
Jeremy Soule is an artist, he gave his heart and soul.
This soundtrack opens heart and senses and the listener feels himself like carried away on a long and mostly quiet but powerful river, passing a beautiful landscape with lovely valleys, majestic mountains, deep canyons or inhospitable terrain.
The Dragonborn song has something martial and is nevertheless very atmospheric.
Whatever happens to the Dragonborn, in his imagination the listener is able to follow Dragonborn's adventures.
The music is consistently fluent, dynamic or very melodious and sometimes shows almost a meditative or solemnly character.
Always the music remains harmonious. For me, this soundtrack already is an epic composition.
These 4 discs were not cheap. But they were not available in Germany or UK. Amazon USA was my last chance.
Listening to this music let the goose pimples grow like mountains on my skin. My own heart and soul do not want to miss the Skyrim soundtrack anymore.