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Listen to Game of Thrones’ Theme Song In 3 Different Styles

HBO’s Game of Thrones is cementing itself as a cultural phenomenon as it ends its sixth season. Set in a medieval fantasy world with dragons and an undead army, author George R. R. Martin captivates his readers and viewers with a series tragedies while adding a few drops hope among the protagonists. What more can we ask for in the sixth season? Daenerys Targaryen, the Starks, and the Greyjoys are finally redeeming themselves after enduring many ordeals.

As the sixth season ends, SDGchannel gathered three renditions of the Game of Thrones theme song. Watch the videos below as we reminisce the past seasons and wait for the next.

Break of Reality

Break of Reality is one of the world’s premiere alternative classical chamber ensembles. The band’s signature cello rock style is inspired from Classical, Rock and World Music. With three cellos and a percussion, watch them jam to Game of Throne‘s theme song.

Queen’s Guard

The Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace is one the most popular tourist attractions in London, UK. This is a special ceremony where the New Guards relieve the Old Guards of their duties to protect Buckingham Palace and St. James’ Palace. The guards surprised the crowd by playing Game of Throne‘s theme song. Watch their rendition below.

Postmodern Jukebox ft. Dave Koz

Postmodern Jukebox, a band that combines modern hits with old school styles, and smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz played a Smooth Jazz version of Game of Thrones‘ theme song. What better way to relax after watching this season’s finale? Watch their smooth version below.


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