Game Of Thrones: A guide to Ramin Djawadi’s best music scores.
Ramin Djawadi may not yet be a common name for many, but one who has watched the series will never forget the Goosebumps his music gave to us. Here’s a guide to one of the best Soundtracks of Game Of Thrones you’ll never want to forget.
Well, everybody has heard this more than a thousand times now. Just to let you know, This one, Ramin’s creation too.
2.You Win Or You Die
When you play The Game Of Thrones You Win Or You Die, there’s no middle ground.
Taken from early on in the first season, this piece sets a dark tone for it’s dreadful tension and suspense.
3. The Throne Is Mine
The rising tension, the cutting strings before going loose, all culminating in a great theme as Joffrey commits his horrendous crimes. A typically dramatic series of striking smashes kicks this piece, and indeed the second season off, very nicely.
4. I Am Hers, She Is Mine
Father, Smith, Warrior, Mother, Maiden, Crone, Stranger. I am hers and she is mine from this day until the end of days. Remember Robb Stark and Talisa Maegyr together?
5. Rains Of Castamere
This piece is the extended version, Instrumental and Vocal.
Chills, literal chills.
6. You Are No Son of Mine
Tyrion confronts Tywin with the crossbow while making his escape.
Contains the melody of the Lannister theme (The Rains of Castamere) and the Main Theme, the latter in a Cello version and a choral version.
7. Dance Of Dragons
A fierce attack breaks out with the Sons of the Harpy, just as all hope seems lost, Drogon arrives, Daenerys mounts it and flies away from the pit.
8. Light of the Seven
The Best Soundtrack EVER! One of the strongest, most powerful scene in the series. As soon as the first note hits you, you know there’s going to be a lot of Wildfire and Deaths.
9. The Winds of Winter
Daenerys finally sails for Westeros along with her three dragons, her whole army (the Unsullied and the Dothraki bloodriders), her new Hand Tyrion Lannister, Varys, and her new allies Greyjoys, House Tyrell and House Martell.
The Dragon And The Wolf!
11. Spoils Of War (Part 1 & 2)
This piece is an all in one deal. It contains hints from "Dracarys", "Dance of Dragons," the Lannister theme, and a variation of Cersei's theme ("Light of the Seven") for the Scorpion.
12. Jenny of Oldstones
And she never wanted to leave.
It would only be cruel if I didn’t attach Podrick’s version. Well, for your benefit, just attached a 1 hour loop of him singing again and again!
13. The Night King
‘No One’ can forget The Battle of Winterfell, not so soon.
Stay tuned for more! The list goes on and on. But do listen to these and tell us which one you loved the most.
14. The Iron Throne
Where Drogon destroys THE IRON THRONE. Well, the wheel is broken.