It's a game about love, and flowers, and flying, and nature... and there's great music too. Composer Vincent Diamante talks about "Flower" on Top Score.
A new online Game Music Festival launches tomorrow with a goal of connecting fans with the best indie video game music.
What happens to music when you put 102 people on a boat and send them to establish a colony in a new world?
Composer Olivier Derivière blended his own original music with traditional Haitian music for the score to Assassin's Creed IV: Freedom Cry.
We celebrate 100 years since Benjamin Britten was born this week on Learning to Listen. Hear samples of his more popular works, and dive deep into his lesser-known music.
This introduction to the music of <i>Guild Wars 2</i>, written by Jeremy Soule, also illustrates how you can learn about other composers — Edvard Grieg, for instance — from video games.
Has anyone ever taught Sonata form on the radio before? Let's give it a shot. Learn about the most popular form of music to emerge from the 18th century on Learning to Listen.
The art in <em>To the Moon</em> is deceptively simple. With blocky graphics, it's a lot like an Impressionist painting up close. But as you sit back, the images come alive. Kan Gao's atmosphere score is much the same.
John Eliot Gardiner talks about his new book, <i>Bach: Music in the Castle of Heaven</i>, on Learning to Listen.
The Castlevania series of games has great music, including the newest in the series, "Lords of Shadow" by Oscar Araujo.
Today on Learning to Listen, you'll hear dances of death, including the story behind one of the most famous of them all, Danse macabre by Camille Saint-Saëns.
The newest Game Music Bundle features 14 soundtracks from scary games, the perfect music for your Halloween party!
Hector Berlioz wrote his first symphony, called Symphonie Fantastique, in 1830. It is considered the first Romantic symphony.
The Videri String Quartet is a typical string quartet -- with a twist. Although each member of the ensemble is classically trained, the group chooses to exclusively play video game music.
Why, after 200 years, do we still talk about Verdi? In this week's Learning to Listen, Emily Reese and special guest, Dale Johnson of the Minnesota Opera, explore that question while illustrating Verdi's three distinct compositional periods.