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Television PopWrapped | Television

Luc Arbogast Releases His Own Spin On The Game Of Thrones Theme

Lazaros Balakos | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros Balakos

08/29/2014 2:51 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Luc Arbogast Releases His Own Spin On The Game Of Thrones Theme | Game of Thrones
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The theme song of Game Of Thrones' opening title is a sound most people, fans of the series or not, are familiar with in some way. Who could possibly tell there would come a day for that little melody, which seems to be coming from an old era in history, to be turned into an actual song with production and vocals.

Luc Arbogast is a singer from France and has released the song as his brand-new single titled, "Game Of Thrones (Main Title Theme)." After taking part in France's The Voice competition, the singer became known for his exquisite, medieval sound; thanks to the use of traditional instruments, such as Irish bouzouki, lute and bells.

His vocals, on top of the music, sound just like they were always meant to be there as he has an outstanding voice, made for such melodies. Sonically, the theme tune fits his influences and style perfectly, so it seems natural that the final result turned out to be of such great quality. Actually, it would come to no surprise if it was to replace the music-only theme on the show, since it would not sound out of place.

"Game Of Thrones (Main Title Theme)" serves as the first offering from the singer's upcoming studio album, titled Oreflam. However, neither the song itself nor the record are available in the British market just yet, so we will have to look back for them at some point.

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