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Composed by Craig Stuart Garfinkle in 1993 and 1994 for the Dungeons & Dragons role playing games, Songs of the Dragon contains eight hours of music (34 tracks), including, "Halev's Theme" from Hail the Heroes[1], "Dance of the Manscorpion" from Dragonstrike, "The Song of the Mimir" from Planescape[2], "The Kobalds Attack" from First Quest and many more.[3][4][5][6]

When Craig Stuart Garfinkle created the D&D scores, TSR Inc., the original creators of Dungeons & Dragons, gave him and his label the right to distribute the CD separate from the games. Likewise, TSR, Wizards of the Coast and Hasbro (current owners of the D&D franchise) have rights to distribute the music in conjunction with their games.[7]

References[]

  1. Amazon listing for Hail the Heroes (TSR,1994) [1]
  2. Amazon listing for Planescape (Wizards of the Coast, 1994) [2]
  3. Amazon listing for First Quest (Wizards of the Coast, 1994) [3]
  4. First Quest music album of original D&D scores, released in the United Kingdom, by Filmtrax under TSR license.[4]
  5. Midiot Music listing for Songs of the Dragon
  6. List of all song writing credits for Craig Stuart Garfinkle
  7. Midiot Music rights declaration
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