Ramin Djawadi’s music is one of the rare things Game of Thrones fans don’t complain about.
Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is bringing back the original artist Ramin Djawadi to compose music for the new HBO show.
The creator of the show’s famous theme and score, Djawadi is one of the few faces associated with the forthcoming spin-off who was also a part of the flagship program.
'Game of Thrones' composer Ramin Djawadi will return to score the prequel series 'House of the Dragon' 🎼 pic.twitter.com/KSdwRM4kTz
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His performance was so iconic that HBO introduced the 2017 Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience World Tour, where Djawadi delivered songs from the show in the middle of special effects escapade.
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The German composer received two Emmys for his amazing performance in the final two seasons of Game of Thrones. Moreover, he’s a two-time nominee for another HBO show, Westworld.
Having the melodist back would certainly help to position the new series in the same universe as the original, particularly if his newest score borrows melodies or other familiar themes.
Set three centuries before the events of Game of Thrones, and based on George RR Martin‘s book Fire & Blood, House of the Dragon will explore the rise of House Targaryen via Aegon’s Conquest, while also addressing the legendary Targaryen civil war, the Dance of Dragons.