Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Indisputably Epic

Alright, so I am a longtime fan of epic music. The time has now come for me to share the cream of the crop. The Epic-est of the Epic. Now, I realize that there are many 'epic' songs that I omitted, and much of this was intentional. I wanted to stick primarily to heart-racing percussive brassy music, so you won't find any Adagio for Strings on here. In fact, I don't think there's anything adagio at all!



Without further ado, I present (in no particular order) to you Indisputably Epic: A Playlist.
  • In The House -- In A Heartbeat1 by John Murphy
  • Returns A King2 by Tyler Bates
  • Act 3: Mysterious Attacker by Jeremy Soule
  • Call of the Champions by John Williams
  • Arx Fatalis Intro - ???
  • Toccata and Fugue in Dm by JS Bach
  • Battle of the Heroes by John Williams
  • Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland
  • War Requiem, Op66 (3:38) by Benjamin Britten
  • War Requiem Op66 (1:13) by Benjamin Britten
  • The Battle3 by Harry Gregson Willaims
  • Peer Gynt Suite - In the Hall of the Mountain King - Edward Grieg
  • Also Sprach Zarathustra - Richard Strauss
  • Synphony No 9 in Em mvmt IV Allegro Con Fuoco - Antonin Dvorak
  • Dies Irae4 - Hirano Yoshihisa
  • Magic Flute Overture - Wolfgang Mozart
  • Coriolan Overture, op 62 - Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Die Meistersinger Overture - Richard Wagner
  • La Forza Del Distina Overture - Giuseppe Verdi
  • The Dream Part 1: Dies Irae - Jeremy Robson
  • Etude Tableau Op39 F#m - Sergei Rachmaninov
  • Etude Tableau Op39 Am - Sergei Rachmaninov
  • Requiem for a Dream (Two Towers Trailer version) - Clint Mansell
  • Main Title5 - Don Davis
  • Trinity Dream - Don David
  • Burly Brawl - Don Davis, Juno Reactor
  • Navras - Don Davis
  • The World Needs Only One Big Boss!6 - Harry Gregson Williams
  • Carmina Burana: O Fortuna - Carl Orff
  • Nerv7 - Shiro Sagisi
  • Ghost Love Score - Nightwish
  • Mars, the Bringer of War - Gustav Holst
  • Uranus, The Magician - Gustav Holst
  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind Suite - John Williams
  • Dies Irae - Giuseppe Verdi
  • Requiem in Dm K626 - Wolfgang Mozart
  • The Opened Way / Battle with Colossus8 - Koh Ohtani
  • Metal Gear Solid Main Theme9 - Harry Gregson Williams
  • Main title / Rebel Blockade Runner10 - John Williams
  • Throne Room [End Titles] - John Williams
  • Duel of the Fates - John Williams
  • The Battle of Hoth [Ion Cannon] - John Williams
  • The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) - John Williams
  • 2002 Winter Olympics Theme - John Williams
  • Opening Title11 - Stephen Sondheim
  • Battle Track 112 - Jeremy Soule
  • Pompeii - ES Posthumus
  • Nara (Theme to Cold Case) - ES Posthumus
  • Menouthis - ES Posthumus
  • Posthumus Zone - ES Posthumus
  • The Ride of the Valkyries - Richard Wagner
  • Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celeste Mvmnt III - Bela Bartok
  • Romanian Folk Dances - Bela Bartok
  • Here Comes the King3 - Harry Gregson Williams
  • Finlandia - Jean Sibelius
  • Pictures at an Exhibition - Modest Mussorgsky
  • Finale from Organ Symphony - Saint-Saens
  • Lacrimosa13 - Danny Elfman

1- 28 Days Later Soundtrack
2- 300 Soundtrack
3- Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe soundtrack
4- Meine Liebe Soundtrack
5- This, and the following three, are from the Matrix Soundtracks
6- Metal Gear Solid 2 Soundtrack
7- Neon Genesis Evangelion Soundtrack
8- Shadow of the Colossus Soundtrack
9- Metal Gear Solid 3 Soundtrack
10- This and the next four are from the various Star Wars Soundtracks
11- From the Sweeney Todd Motion Picture Soundtrack
12- From the Total Annihilation Soundtrack
13- From the Spiderman Soundtrack

Well, you undoubtedly have additions. Throw 'em at me. I dare you.

3 comments:

Alex said...

No intro to "Storm" by GY!BE? Whatever. I'll let it slide because you've got Bartok. He makes my tummy tingle. Plus "Navras" kicks more ass than a toilet with boots (I really wish I could say I thought up that simile).

Matt S. said...

Awesome.

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