It first played during the show's season six finale and was composed by Ramin Djawadi in In an interview, Djawadi spoke about "Light of the Seven", which largely consisted of piano, something unusual for the series. When we started the season showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss , and Miguel Sapochnik , the director of the episode, reached out to me and said, 'There's something coming up in episode Any kind of character theme could tip it, and we didn't want to tip the audience. Miguel brought it up: 'What about the piano? The piano is not really in the language of the Game of Thrones score. Djawadi said: "It all felt like a perfect fit. What's great about the scene, too, is there's hardly any dialogue. It's nine minutes long.
Personnel adapted from the album liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ramin Djawadi. David Benioff — liner notes Ramin Djawadi — composer, primary artist, producer D. Weiss — liner notes. Billboard 8 August
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