While Game of Thrones is nearing its end with episode six scheduled for release on Sunday, May 19, the composer of the GOT has revealed some of its secrets. For many years, the audience has loved not only the characters from the legendary TV series, but also all its soundtracks.
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Meanwhile, Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi says the biggest challenge was to find the right tone for the show that when you hear the score you know that is Game of Thrones.
The attentive viewer managed to notice that the Armenian duduk, which the musician used in the Dothraki scenes, also sounds in the movie saga. According to Ramin Djawadi, each story needed its own theme. “From the beginning we knew we wanted themes, but we also knew we couldn’t have too many themes right away, because there are obviously a lot of characters, a lot of houses, a lot of plots,” he said.
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