Wrath of the Lich King



Performed by the Game Music Ensemble at UCLA in Schoenberg Concert Hall on May 17th, 2017
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Conducted by Jose Daniel Ruiz
Morgan O’Shaughnessey — Viola

Composed by Russell Brower, et. al.
Arranged by Andrés Soto
Additional arr. by Adam Gilberti and Jose Daniel Ruiz

Sound editing by Neil Bickford
Special thanks to the Schoenberg house staff.

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40 thoughts on “Wrath of the Lich King

  1. A question for biologists/psychiatrists: I was always interested in why are there so many Asian professional musicians on the worldwide stage. But at the same time, there are a few well-known music compositions from Asian countries. Is it because Asians are just better at learning music and instruments from a mechanical stem point but not from an "inventive" one? Just scientific curiosity from my side.

  2. Ставь лайк, если думал что это гимн папича

  3. Great performance! I only have two critiques:
    1. The choir is kinda quiet at the beginning
    2. The brass section had numerous mistakes throughout especially when switching between keys (its always the brass. Usually the horns)
    -A Cellist

  4. plot twist: the entire ensemble is a guild together in the game. what's the guilds name? comment below

  5. I played the tuba, but never got past high school level. I am humbled by the dedication/professionalism of everyone in this video.

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