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Author Comments

Initially only conceived as a piece that evoked some sort of epic swordfight, I later realized that Tyrion was just the fellow who would fit as the "protagonist" as it were - from the pomp and ceremony of his sworn knights mounting (0.00-0.46) - to the uncertainties of "acceptable" losses (0.47-1.27) - to the battle turning in favor of Tyrion and the Lannisters (1.28-2.32) - to a sudden swordfight between Tyrion and an enemy knight (2.33-2.55) - until Tyrion emerges victorious only to ruminate on the grim aftermath of carnage (2.56-end).


I think this song is great. The only thing holding it back
is the poor quality patches being used..it becomes quite evident during long sustained notes.
As far as actual musical composition and melody go...this is a really great song showing your capable of far more if given the right instruments.

VinnyThunder responds:

Thank you for the comment/rating, it's appreciated! You are right about the quality of instruments used - I don't typically use VSTi, just an old soundfont, SGM (which is admittedly the best I've encountered for both composition and old games like Monkey Island 2) but I agree that if I had access to either better compositional tools or even live instruments/recording technology, a composition like this would of course benefit further. I suppose it's a bit like Frank Zappa on the Synclavier - compelling stuff, but when the Ensemble Modern took that shit in hand, we ended up with the better tracks off Civilization and of course the Yellow Shark. ;D

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Credits & Info

4.06 / 5.00

Feb 3, 2013
11:58 PM EST
File Info
10.8 MB
4 min 43 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.