House of the Dragon, the prequel to Troy’s Games, will feature the return of composer Ramin Djawadi to compose the original music for the new HBO series.
Ramin Djawadi (born July 19, 1974, in Duisburg) is an Iranian-German musician. He is best known for his soundtracks for the 2008 Marvel film Iron Man and the HBO series Game of Thrones, which were nominated for Grammy Awards in 2009, 2018 and 2020. He wrote music for films such as Clash of the Titans, Pacific Rim and Warcraft. And video games such as Wrinkle In Time, TV series Prison Break, Person of Interest, Jack Ryan and the Westworld, and Medal Honor, Gears of War 4 and Gears 5. Ramin Djawadi also got two Emmy Awards for Game of Thrones, in 2018 for the episode “The Dragon and the Wolf” and in 2019 for “The Long Night”.
Creator of the iconic theme and soundtrack for the series, Djawadi is one of the few names involved in the upcoming spin-off that was also part of the main series.
Djawadi won two Emmys for his work on Game of Thrones (for seasons 7 and 8). He was also nominated twice for the HBO series Westworld.
The return of the composer is sure to help put the next series in the same world as the original, especially if your new score borrows themes or other recognizable aspects.
Set 300 years before the original series and based on George RR Martin’s novel “Fire and Blood,” House of the Dragon will chronicle the rise of House Targaryen through Aegon’s Conquest while exploring the ill-fated civil war. of the Targaryens, the Dance of the Dragons.
The cast thus far includes Paddy Considine ( Day Three, The Visitor ) as King Viserys I, Olivia Cooke ( Ready Player One, Bates Motel ) as Alicent Hightower, Matt Smith ( The Crown, Doctor Who ) playing Prince Daemon Targaryen, and Emma D’Arcy ( Truth Seekers ) as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen.
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