Remains my favourite! There was a shorter version used in revelations which was called "the library", but this is longer and more chilling.
The chanting mixed with the synth can induce memories, thoughts, or anything really! i usually sit and stare as my mind clears itself of the everyday
thinking, and puts itself into a sort of deep... well it's hard to explain. Just listen.
I've burnt incense once, and listened to this for a heightened effect.
The slightly shorter, less synthy version
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Elder Scrolls soundtracks always bring a sense of nostalgic relaxation. Haven't played Oblivion a long time.
Yes they do. I haven't got play Skyrim yet, but I have listened to the music from it. Not as good as Oblivion I think, but still damn good. I played
Oblivion for over 500 hours with two different characters. Can't wait to get started on Skyrim when i can afford it.
"The Cinematic Orchestra is a British jazz and electronic outfit, created in 1999 by Jason Swinscoe. The band is signed to independent record label
Ninja Tune. In addition to Swinscoe, the band includes former DJ Food member PC (Patrick Carpenter) on turntables, Luke Flowers (drums), Tom Chant
(Saxophone), Nick Ramm (piano), Stuart McCallum (guitar) and Phil France (double bass). Former members include Jamie Coleman (trumpet), T. Daniel
Howard (drums), Federico Ughi (drums), Alex James (piano), and Clean Sadness (synthesizer, programming). The most recent addition to the band is
Mancunian guitarist Stuart McCallum."
This is the full album and movie.
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