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Worlds Ramina Javadi

Ramin Javadi is an orchestral composer of Iranian-German origin, author of film and television music from Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions studio. The final is close, and by the premiere of the final season of “Game of Thrones”, the editors of Muzmo compiled a playlist of works by the author of the soundtrack of the most popular series in the history of television. Javadi has been writing movie soundtracks since the early 2000s. The great music of his led the work of an assistant in the studio of Zimmer, the author of dozens of films' music: from "Gladiator" to "The Dark Knight". Once, when the Zimmer team was unable to compose music for a fragment of the first Pirates of the Caribbean, Javadi offered his version, which entered the final version of the soundtrack, writes The Atlanic. In 2008, he became a composer for Iron Man, and later for the Pacific Line, the Great Wall, Warcraft, and the World of the Wild West. By the beginning of the 2010s, Javadi was an assistant to Hans Zimmer, who often collaborates with third-party composers. In the project “Game of Thrones” he was called shortly before the premiere of the first season, and he composed the title theme of the series on the way home after watching the already finished material of the series. Work on the show brought Jawadi an Emmy Award. For the eighth season, the largest orchestra of 60 musicians and a chorus of 52 adult and children's voices was announced. Among the instruments are string and wind instruments, including the Armenian duduk. At the same time, in the first five seasons, Javadi never touched one of the most popular instruments in the world - the piano. To the creators of the picture, his sound did not seem to fit the cruel plot. In addition, they banned the flute, since its sound became a template for films with pseudo-medieval entourage. The composer used the piano only once - in the sixth season - when Cersei Lannister blew up the main cathedral of the city, killing a third of the characters of the season. The appearance of this tool hinted at the unprecedented nature of what is happening in the episode. The work “Light of Seven” is often performed during concert tours: the music of the “Game of Thrones” is now interesting to listeners without a show. For 7 years, Javadi created a unique sound story corresponding to the apocalyptic mood of the show: winter is near. The music of the composer not only accompanied the plot, but also participated in the action along with the characters. And this, perhaps, is its peculiarity.
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Songs 1-15 of 32
 Ramin Djawadi - Main Titles (01:44, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Light of the Seven (09:49, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Pacific Rim (04:54, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Game of Thrones (01:40, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - No Pulse (00:59, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Blood of My Blood (03:35, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Main Title Theme - Westworld (01:42, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Dragonstone (05:06, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Go Big or Go Extinct (OST Тихоокеанский рубеж) (02:25, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Khaleesi (03:06, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Hear Me Roar (02:17, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Winter Has Come (03:15, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Blood of the Dragon (01:33, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Reign (03:16, 320Kb/s)
 Ramin Djawadi - Nitro Heist (03:32, 320Kb/s)
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