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Oct 1, 2013 | 2:40 PM EDT
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5.9 MB
2 min 36 sec
4.30 / 5.00

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Rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I composed this piece to pay tribute to the prominent Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, the author of the amazing book series about Geralt of Rivia, and the CD Project RED team that once introduced the Witcher and his universe to many gamers and readers around the globe.

Loosely based on the music by Adam Skorupa.

Remastered January 2014.



Rated 5 / 5 stars have nailed it man. Entirely next level thing which many just dream to do. Extremely creative. This is so big and epic sounding that I can't express how much I enjoyed listening to it. Definitely my favourite. Are you working professionally for game/movie music now? I will be amazed if not. I am going to send you a message soon. Please acknowledge.

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xIIInon responds:

Your kind words make me want to lose touch with reality, Emid :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolute epic!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love the Witcher soundtrack. My friend, you have done an excellent job portraying the feeling and emotion behind the original music. I hope you will create more music like this, especially if it reflects a celtic/medieval style.

I hope you increase your instrument quality, because I can see you producing truly heart-moving music.

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xIIInon responds:

Oh, wow! Great to hear! I also like medieval stylization quite a lot with its pure instrumental experience! Thank you for reviewing, I will catch up in Gothic: Oroliga and Skyreef game soundtracks, hopefully ;)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great man, the strings give really give off a sound of adventure in the beginning and makes it totally awesome towards the end. It also takes a patient and calm mind to listen through the whole piece, but all the tension and buildup release in 1:38 which makes this piece so powerful. Percussion was used brilliantly and created the mood along with the strings. And though the melody was not emphasized very much (and it honestly wasn't the best one), the whole piece itself made up for it.

This piece really told a story, good job!

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xIIInon responds:

Thank you so much for leaving your feedback. I think you made a good point here!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

sounds a little Celtic, but love it.

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xIIInon responds:

That must be because of the Irish whistle :) Well, it was used in the original soundtrack too. Great to know you liked it!