Skyrim’s Dragonborn Plus More Features on

“The Greatest Video Game Music: Choral Edition”

Skyrim’s Dragonborn was part of a performance produced by X5 Music Group. The event held on Friday, the 29th of January 2016 in Sweden. The concert coincided with the CD release;”The Greatest Video Game Music: Choral Edition”. Performing “Skyrim’s Dragonborn” were American-Swedish, classical singer Myrra Malmberg. An 80-piece Swedish choir called Oprhei Drangar accompanied her performance.

“The Greatest Video Game Music: Choral Edition” is the third in a series of audio CD releases. The recording feature some of the most memorable songs in video game history. Below is the complete track listing featured in this year’s release.

  • World of Warcraft – Invincible
  • Skyrim – Age of Oppression
  • Final Fantasy X – Hymn of the Fayth (Remix 1)
  • Dragon Age Inquisition – Main Theme
  • God of War 3 – Anthem of the Dead
  • The Last of Us – The Choice
  • Skyrim – Dragonborn
  • Final Fantasy X – Hymn of the Fayth (Remix 2)
  • Portal – Still Alive
  • Portal 2 – Cara Mia Addio
  • Assassin’s Creed IV – The Parting Glass
  • Minecraft – Sweden

According to the press release, “The Greatest Video Game Music: Choral Edition” features a compilation of music that:

Taken together, the music, explores themes of dark versus light in video-game music.

Video games evolved over the past twenty years. The medium encompasses different types of formulas to make a cohesive work of art. Music plays an integral role. It creates ambiance, tension, heart pounding moments. Since “The Greatest Video Game Music” series began it has sold 300,000 copies. The first two volumes featured performances by The London Philharmonic Orchestra.

Below is additional footage to “Skyrim’s Dragonborn”

To order your copy of “The Greatest Video Game Music: Choral Edition” access the link provided below.

iTunes Pre-Order Link


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