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Otherwise Matt takes feedback for the show and then presents the final Clef Notes for Season 6, including a look at “The Light of the Seven” and the new Jon theme.
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Otherwise Matt talks the music of Game of Thrones S6E08 “No One”.
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Otherwise Matt tackles the one aspect of Game of Thrones that he’s fairly confident in his analysis of… the music!
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Spoiler Alert. This podcast covers HBO’s Game of Thrones S4E10 “The Children”. If you do not want to be spoiled about the events in the episode, please hold off listening until you’ve watched it.
Otherwise, Matt apologizes for a lack of Fan Call In show this week, due to an internet connection failure. To make it up to you he gives you not a regular review episode, but a Mega-Clef Notes podcast covering all of the musical cues for the episode, plus reads your three words, brothelmates, and feedback.
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There wasn’t much of note in the music of the episode this week to talk about, so instead of recording a Clef Notes section I will just blog my thoughts.
Nothing new that I can ‘graduate’ to a theme, at least yet happened this week music wise but there is one thing that is kind of on my ‘watch list’.
- In the opening scene during Tommen’s coronation there is some music played, however at this point I feel it was more a piece of incidental music (music composed exclusively for that scene) than a presentation of a ‘Tommen Theme’. It will take future episodes to see if it is used again for Tommen scenes before I will make further note of it.
- Much in the same fashion, I feel that much of what we heard under the battle at Craster’s Keep, and the subsequent credit sequence, were either specifically composed for the scene or variations of S1’s “The Wall” (the Night’s Watch theme) which I’ve broken down many times ad nauseum. There was a part of the Craster’s Keep sequence that was a nice call back to the Stark theme when Bran was shouting for Jon after Hodor had left, but again, I’ve broken that one down already.
- I feel anything at the Eerie was incidental, but if we hear some of it again, we might be hearing something for Lysa. Time will tell, but I’m doubtful.