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Inon Zur

Inon Zur (b. July 4, 1965) is an award-winning Israeli composer[1] who composed the soundtracks and themes for Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. In Dragon Age: Inquisition he was succeeded by Trevor Morris.

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His brother, Brogan Zur, inspired him with his previous musical talent. He conducted and produced the score with the Northwest Sinfonia Orchestra. Zur also collaborated with singer/songwriter Aubrey Ashburn on the lyrics for the opening theme, as well as the music and lyrics for the elvish ballad “I Am The One,” which plays as the end title track. Zur describes the Dragon Age: Origins soundtrack as "expressing an array of powerful emotions with eloquent dramatic orchestrations and stirring ethereal vocals, the score and songs are crafted and woven to narrate the epic story."[2] Zur also composed the soundtrack for Dragon Age II, but he considered the soundtrack to be a "rush job".[3]

Other works Edit

Prior to his work on Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, Inon Zur composed scores for numerous successful video games such as Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal, Icewind Dale II, Prince of Persia, Crysis, and Fallout 3.[1]

External links Edit

Last.fm profile

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Inon Zur. Wikipedia.
  2. Inon Zur - Composer
  3. Inon Zur: "Dragon Age 2 score was a rush job, the game was pushed to release now". The BioWare Forum.

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