Djawadi said that the opening theme links the two series together, and that in addition to new installments written for the first volume, there are elements of the King’s Landing and dragon theme from “Game of Thrones” incorporated throughout. transparent. “It’s a lot of work to recall known themes to reset the tone, but then we set off, and when we know all the characters, there are new themes.” He also wrote a lot of new music for “House of the Dragon,” allowing the music to help set the show apart and not just be a spin-off of “Game of Thrones.”
Djawadi explained that in “Game of Thrones” there are different themes for each family and that often, a main character, like Arya Stark, will have a theme of their own. “But here, right off the bat, we’re dealing with a bunch of Targaryens in the family,” he explains. “The dragon theme is Targaryen’s overarching theme, but then we immediately zoom in on all the different characters: there’s Rhaenyra’s theme, Daemon’s theme, Viserys’ theme.” By creating different themes for each of the main family players, the individual characters have the same level of importance and importance that is unique to the entire family tree in “Game of Thrones”.
As Djawadi said, “There’s a bunch of family themes, so I guess zooming in closer is another way to look at it.”
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