Ramin Djawadi breaks down the music for Daenerys’ death scene

It goes without saying (but I’ll say it anyway) that Ramin Djawadi composed a truly masterful score for Game of Thrones. He deepened the emotional impact of pivotal character beats and jaw-dropping plot twists with his music for 8 seasons and it’s fascinating to gain some insight into his creative process. In a recent interview, Djawadi walked us […]

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Peter Dinklage guessed Tyrion’s fate right, Ramin Djawadi has watched Season 8 “hundreds of times” while composing

Catching up on a few interviews, Peter Dinklage discusses Tyrion’s role in the final season of Game of Thrones, admits he guessed his character’s fate correctly, and teases a reunion with Sansa; also, Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi talks about new themes, and claims to have watched season eight “hundreds and hundreds of times.”

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Gwendoline Christie and John Bradley hype up Season 8 ahead of today’s premiere; Ramin Djawadi promises “intense” score

Is there anyone better at hyping up Game of Thrones than Gwendoline Christie? The actress behind Brienne of Tarth discusses the final season with such passion and honesty that I’m now looking forward to it even more. Also: John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) explains why the show’s ending now and teases the state of Westeros after […]

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Exclusive Interview with Game of Thrones’ Ramin Djawadi: the Music, the North American Tour and season 8!

Watchers on the Wall was lucky enough to score an exclusive interview with Ramin Djawadi, the composer of all seven (soon to be eight) seasons of Game of Thrones. During our chat, I asked Djawadi about his second and upcoming North American tour of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience which launches in September (complete tour […]

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