Ramin Djawadi (/ r ɒ ˈ m iː n ˈ dʒ ɑː v ə d i /, Persian: رامین جوادی , born July 19, 1974) is a German score composer.He is known for his scores for the 2008 Marvel film Iron Man and the HBO series Game of Thrones, which were nominated for Grammy Awards in 2009, 2018, and 2020.
A series of concerts which featured Game of Thrones music, Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience with composer Ramin Djawadi, took place in 2017–2018. First to be performed in Saint Paul, Minnesota , it then went on to tour across the United States , Canada and Europe .
"Game of Thrones Theme", also referred to as "Game of Thrones Main Title Theme", is the theme music of HBO's fantasy television series Game of Thrones, and plays during the title sequence. It was composed by Ramin Djawadi in 2011, after series creator David Benioff and D. B. Weiss approached him requesting a theme.
- Television soundtrack
- June 14, 2011
- Production and release
2011 soundtrack album by Ramin Djawadi Game of Thrones: Season 1 Soundtrack album by Ramin Djawadi ReleasedJune 14, 2011 GenreSoundtrack Length66:00 LabelVarèse Sarabande ProducerRamin Djawadi Game of Thrones music chronology Game of Thrones: Season 1 Game of Thrones: Season 2 Ramin Djawadi soundtrack chronology Medal of Honor Game of Thrones: Season 1 Fright Night Singles from Game of Thrones: Season 1 "Main Title" Released: June 14, 2011 Game of Thrones' main title theme Sample of "Main...
The soundtrack to Game of Thrones was originally to be composed by Stephen Warbeck. On February 2, 2011, only ten weeks prior to the show's premiere, it was reported that Warbeck had left the project and Ramin Djawadi had been commissioned to write the music instead. The music supervisor of Game of Thrones, Evyen Klean, first suggested Djawadi to showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss as the replacement for Warbeck, and although Djawadi was reluctant as he had other commitments at that time,
Richard Buxton of Tracksounds wrote an ambivalent review, calling the album a "valiant effort" and Djawadi's "most consistently satisfying work to date". The soundtrack also received a score of 4.5/5 from Heather Phares of AllMusic. Jørn Tillnes, writing for Soundtrack Geek, highlighted the opening theme as "one of the better main themes for any television series out there. It is epic and massive, and that theme is just something you give yourself up to. It's that good and can't be missed ...
- June 14, 2011
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This is the list of works by Ramin Djawadi, a German composer and music producer. Djawadi has composed and produced over one hundred soundtracks and film scores for both film and TV. He is best known for the score of HBO 's series, Game of Thrones , along with other shows like Prison Break , Person of Interest and Westworld .
Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience is the concert tour by the HBO epic fantasy series Game of Thrones featuring composer Ramin Djawadi. The all-arena tour was announced on August 8, 2016 at an intimate concert in Los Angeles, California. The tour consists of 24 dates in cities across the United States and Canada.
- Game of Thrones
Ramin Djawadi (born 1974) is a Grammy and Emmy-nominated German-Iranian composer of music for film and television, and is the composer for Game of Thrones.
Djawadi is of German and Iranian descent. A protege of Hans Zimmer, he produced individual pieces of music for The Time Machine, Basic, The Recruit and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. He collaborated with Zimmer on the music for Thunderbirds, Something's Gotta Give and Batman Begins.
Stephen Warbeck was the original composer during early production on Game of Thrones but he withdrew from the project on February 2, 2011, and none of his work subsequently appeared in the TV series.
- Duisburg, Germany
Ramin Djawadi composed the Game of Thrones score. Ramin Djawadi composed the series' music. The first season's soundtrack, written about ten weeks before the series' premiere,  was published by Varèse Sarabande in June 2011.