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When you think of orchestral music, it's usually classical. What a lot of people don't realize is that there are so many newer orchestral pieces still being created, and they've probably heard some of them in films or video games. This thread is for sharing and discussing these pieces of music. I'll start:Hedwig's Theme
by John Williams. Also known as "the Harry Potter theme". This piece perfectly captures the magic of Rowling's wizarding world and the wonder held within. It gives you the feeling that anything is possible, and I love that. From the simple xylophone at the start to the sweeping strings and the bombastic brass, it's easy to see why this song has become so iconic.Super Mario Galaxy Staff Roll
by Mahito Yokota. If I were to describe this song in one word, it would be "triumphant". It conveys the feeling of victory after mastering a challenge. The full sound and spectacular melody make it easily my favorite track in the game, and the fact that it plays over the credits is the icing on the cake.
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