CRY OF THE SOUTH: THE SOUNDTRACK

Cry of the South: The Soundtrack was composed by the talented Nadia Tirolese. Growing up with a background in piano composition, Tirolese emulated the compositions of her favorite composers while completing her Royal Canadian Conservatory of Music repertoire.

"I wanted to compose pieces that were evocative of the vast, mysterious, magical, and often dangerous world of Alaric. I also aimed to inject them with an undercurrent of heroism, to give the listener a sense that Vero Terum and his comrades are people that struggle against the odds, succeeding even in seemingly impossible situations. Vero, especially, begins as a slave and strives to empower himself, and I hoped to convey his grappling for a better life. More than that, my goal was to give a certain emotional feeling to each piece. This would thereby characterize the scene for which each piece was composed, while attempting to create both a ebb and flow of action to suit whatever scenes the compositions would accompany."- Nadia Tirolese

1.Vero's Theme


2.Captain Stolla Dialiam


3.Nancy Tavern's Cafe


4.The Cry of the South


5.Captain Shane


6.Willas


7.Live For Me


8.Bringing Down the House


9.The Notorious Raif Monroe


10.The Altarions Attack


11.Bitter Goodbyes


12.Bolgena, Rytonia


13.The Red Witch


14.Long Road Home


15.Kidnapped


16.The Lovely Lucie River


17.Escape From Fort Mither


18.The Ost en Lore


19. The Battle for Abeena


20. A Call to the West