This ReMix of the title theme from Morrowind comes from newcomer Emperor, who's taking some liberties by incorporating original material into what essentially has become a hybrid piece, not unlike several other mixes of this nature, that is predominantly based upon the original but involves more synthesis (meaning "original creation," not oscillators) than usual. Beginning with a tense string atmosphere and then building a grandiose entrance with running percussion, strong horns, and dramatic string stabs, things get more lyrical as strings take a solo ensemble break for awhile before more elaborate percussion comes in with variations on the main theme. If you listen closely, you can hear very short pieces of Frog's Theme from CT and Terra from FF6 - not really the themes per se, and probably not intentionally, but the intervals/progressions are similar for brief, fleeting moments. Judges panel mostly appreciated Emperor's fine arrangement - some felt it might have strayed a little too far, and several commented on somewhat average-sounding samples. Personally, I didn't have a problem with either aspect of the mix, and thought both the samples and mixing to be not noticeably detrimental or prohibitive to the arrangement's success. You do need to listen to the original to put together what's going on here, but both are worthwhile uses of your time. A new orchestral voice on the scene with a solid, interpretive arrangement that's got variety and direction - good stuff from Emperor.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Bethesda Softworks, 2002, XBOX)
Music by Jeremy Soule
- "Nerevar Rising (Morrowind Title)"
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- Size: 3,901,981 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 2ea0c1effcab51677e786bee85447bab
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