The composer behind Elder Scrolls wants to do a concert


Jeremy Soule, the man behind The Elder Scrolls’ music since Morrowind, has started a campaign via Facebook to see a dedicated concert for the music of Tamriel.

Soule has asked fans in New York to show interest on his Facebook page for such a concert, and he’s assuming that each “like” will be one seat sold.

With the success of Video Games Live and The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, Soule will probably pick up enough interest to see the concert done in New York. At the time of this writing, he has over 2000 “likes” and 350 “shares.” To put that in perspective, Soule’s venue capacity is around 2500.

While I would kill to see Neverar Rising played live, as it’s my favorite videogame tune, New York is a bit too far out there. It may be too much to ask Soule to travel around the country. Video Games Live has the diversity of dozens of games, and Symphony of the Goddesses has 25 years of musical glory behind it. But this Elder Scrolls fan can sure dream.



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Lowell Bell is a fourth year English major up in Calgary, Canada. When he's not writing term papers or watching hockey in his igloo, he is usually found enjoying the great outdoors. Just kidding! He's usually found playing Pokémon.

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