- Audio CD (16 July 2014)
- Language: English, English, English
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Sony Music
- ASIN: B00K3BPGLY
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,412 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Game of Thrones (Music from the HBO Series) Season 4 CD
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Game of Thrones is an HBO adaptation of George R.R. Martin's series of fantasy novels titled "A Song of Ice and Fire." The series has attracted record numbers of viewers on HBO and obtained an exceptionally broad and active international fan base, in addition to receiving widespread acclaim by critics. The series has won numerous awards and nominations, including a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Drama Series in all three seasons, a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Television Series - Drama, a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in both Long Form and Short Form, and a Peabody Award. The series was highly anticipated well before its premiere, and it has since become one of the biggest critical and commercial successes on television. The Guardian called it "the biggest drama" and "the most talked about show" to exist today. The music for the fantasy series Game, composed by Ramin Djawadi, is primarily instrumental. It is noted for its popular main theme, which has been covered many times. The albums containing the soundtrack to the season was called "a valiant effort" and Djawadi's "most consistently satisfying work to date" by Track sounds. The highlight of the soundtrack Season 4 is the Icelandic band Sigur Rós performing their rendition of The Rains of Castamere in a cameo appearance at King Joffrey's wedding in the 2nd episode.
|1. Main Titles|
|2. Rains of Castamere|
|3. Breaker of Chains|
|4. Watchers on the Wall|
|5. I’m Sorry for Today|
|8. First of His Name|
|9. The Biggest Fire the North Has Ever Seen|
|10. Three Eyed Raven|
|11. Two Swords|
|13. You Are No Son of Mine|
|14. The North Remembers|
|15. Let’s Kill Some Crows|
|16. Craster’s Keep|
|17. The Real North|
|18. Forgive Me|
|19. He Is Lost|
|20. I Only See What Matters|
|21. Take Charge of Your Life|
|22. The Children|
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Game Of Thrones’ season 4 arcs became really separated amongst the characters, and the actors did an amazing job playing out their journeys. Musically, Djawadi has done a fantastic job giving each journey a distinct sound. I wouldn’t call the music thematic in terms of the characters, but more so like each journey has its own sound. You can tell when we’re listing to a Daenerys plot point or something happening revolving around John Snow or at The Wall. Within all these story lines we are finally able to get some wonderful emotional beats. The music truly pulls you into the narrative instead of dialogue being separated by nothing but silence. One of my favorite recurring motif’s is the one that plays right before a major death/deaths. I first noticed it diegetically in season 3 before the red wedding. The band was playing the tune at the wedding, and I’ve noticed that foreboding tune pop up again before Joffrey’s death, and a few other notable times. It made that transfer from diegetic to non-diegetic quite nicely and can be heard in the track “Two Swords” around the 48-second mark. This season also saw some impressive action scoring from Djawadi who was finally able to show a little bit of grit. Musically thus far the score has kept a sense of brooding elegance, but we’ve finally got some gritty music that gives the score some interesting new textures. The best part is that Djawadi never shy’s away from using his main title theme within the body of the score, and it does make a few appearances. Usually shows will keep the main title theme completely separate, which is a shame when it really is the iconic identifier that becomes the heart of a series. Thankfully, Djawadi finds some wonderful ways to incorporate it into the series, and it almost becomes like the James Bond theme. The theme is never overused, but you can’t help but react to it emotionally when it does appear. The whole season is an amazing package and saw the series hit all of its creative strides.
Ramin Djawadi’s music has become one of the most iconic TV scores in the history of the medium. His main title theme has been covered and re-arranged in so many ways all over the internet that it truly speaks to the power of the show’s musical DNA. The score has become supremely effective in its 4th season, and really matches the effect it had in the past season. There are still some issues when it comes to the fluidity and connective flow of the music, but I think trying to make a weaving score for a show like Game Of Thrones would prove difficult. I can only hope the music becomes even more prominent and relied on in the seasons to come.
Anyways the music presented on this release is fantastic! From emotional and sweeping (can't get enough of that Stark / "North" theme) to bombastic (the music of the Wildlings and the Thenns). One of my favorite pieces from this season is thankfully included, "Three Eyed Raven," which is from the finale episode. That entire scene was fantastic, the creepy atmosphere enhanced by ambient music. I love to crank the volume when that track plays.
Recommended for sure, especially at ten bucks! If we buy it, they will keep releasing it!
"Main Titles" is the iconic Game of Thrones theme that plays before every show, and is always welcomed by the series' fans. Some songs are mournful, minor key works that paint a fine acoustic picture of the story being told or the story's location ("Breaker of Chains", "Mereen", "Two Swords", "You Are No Son of Mine", "The North Remembers", 'The Real North", and "I Only See What Matters"), some are effective martial tunes that remind us of the fighting at the wall ("Watchers on the Wall", "Thenns", "The Biggest Fire the North Has Ever Seen", "Let's Kill Some Crows", and "He Is Lost"), and some are just sort of background that may or may not be high on the listener's replay list ("I'm Sorry for Today", "First of His Name", "Three Eyed Raven", "Oathkeeper", "Craster's Keep", "Forgive Me", and "Take Charge of Your Life")
There are 21 songs in all. If you're on a budget, buy "The Children". If you're a passing fan of the series, listen to the samples here and you'll choose "The Children", and probably three others. If you're a big fan of the series, buy the entire album and savor Djawadi's fine work.