The Greatest Video Game Music III - Choral Edition

"Sublime arrangements and beautiful vocal performances mark a high point in choral game music." Highly Recommended

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Artist Credits

  • Orphei Drangar (performance)
  • Myrra Malmberg (performance)
  • Peter Nordahl (performance)
  • Nobuo Uematsu (composition)
  • Russell Brower (composition)
  • Jason Hayes (composition)
  • Jeremy Soule (composition)
  • Trevor Morris (composition)
  • Jeff Rona (composition)
  • Gustavo Santaolalla (composition)
  • Jonathan Coulton (composition)
  • Mike Morasky (composition)
  • C418 (composition)


40 minutes total
  1. Final Fantasy X - Hymn of the Fayth [4:03]
  2. World of Warcraft - Invincible [3:20]
  3. Skyrim - Age of Oppression [3:55]
  4. Final Fantasy X - Hymn of the Fayth (Remix 1) [1:42]
  5. Dragon Age Inquisition - Main Theme [4:38]
  6. God of War 3 - Anthem of the Dead [3:09]
  7. The Last of Us - The Choice [2:01]
  8. Skyrim - Dragonborn [3:05]
  9. Final Fantasy X - Hymn of the Fayth (Remix 2) [2:23]
  10. Portal - Still Alive [3:06]
  11. Portal 2 - Cara Mia Addio [2:19]
  12. Assassin's Creed IV - The Parting Glass [2:48]
  13. Minecraft Volume Alpha - Sweden [3:08]
  • Released Jan 29, 2016 by Decca (retail $13.98).
  • Detailed release notes and credits at VGMdb.


Sublime arrangements and beautiful vocal performances mark a high point in choral game music.

Highly Recommended

Editor's review by Adam Corn (2017-03-03)

Don't let the presumptuous title dissuade you - following an excellent second album in the Greatest Video Game Music arranged album series, this third installment continues to impress. The arrangements and performances for such Western mainstay series as Warcraft, Dragon Age, Skyrim and Portal, as well as Final Fantasy X's "Hymn of the Fayth", are among the best choral game music you'll hear, avoiding the bombast of most such works in favor of a more subdued yet still epic approach combining Gregorian-like male choral harmonies with beautiful lead vocals by Myrra Malmberg. The album is fairly short at forty minutes, but whether listening to only my favorite tracks or to the album as a whole, no game soundtrack from the year has moved me more than this one. Maybe that title isn't so presumptuous after all.

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