The Wheel of Time: The First Turn (Amazon Original Series Soundtrack)

Music by Lorne Balfe.
Listen to the soundtrack here:

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00:00 Mashithamel (Young Love) – Lorne Balfe
03:31 Moiraine Sedai – Lorne Balfe
07:37 Ta’maral’ailen (Web of Destiny) – Lorne Balfe
11:24 Aes Sedai (Servants of All) – Lorne Balfe
13:44 Ost Ninto Shostya (On Your Knees) – Lorne Balfe
16:06 Mashiara (Lost Love) – Lorne Balfe
22:15 Al’naito (The Flame) – Lorne Balfe
29:11 Caisen’shar (Old Blood) – Lorne Balfe
32:38 Aman Syndai (Dragon Reborn) – Lorne Balfe
35:25 Noriv Al Zaffid (Two Halves of One Whole) – Lorne Balfe
37:15 Al’dival (For the Light) – Lorne Balfe
40:43 Wab’shar (Bonded) – Lorne Balfe
45:19 Mordero’sheen (Bringers of Death) – Lorne Balfe

About The Wheel of Time: The lives of five young villagers change forever when a strange and powerful woman arrives, claiming one of them is the child of an ancient prophecy with the power to tip the balance between Light and Dark forever. They must choose whether to trust this stranger – and each other – with the fate of the world before the Dark One breaks out of His prison, and the Last Battle begins.

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39 replies
  1. V Shokeen
    V Shokeen says:

    got to say, this series, although awesome, couldn't have been nearly as good if it weren't for this music! I'd say the series is worth watch even if it's just for the music…and ya'll remember that honking type sound, right? the one that screamed "danger lurking", that's one dark tune all right.

  2. kmallory100
    kmallory100 says:

    Lyrics for Aes Sedi Servants of All:
    Greanin saidin
    Shaiaal Tar Valon
    Begratan feide so'de
    No pakita souvra'an

    Loviyagae der yugae
    Bala'vakye shaia
    Valon bat yugae'rhiod
    Al Aes Sedai
    Greanin an saidin

  3. The Master's Inn
    The Master's Inn says:

    This is P E R F E C T !
    I'm a reader of Wheel of Time, i've started it sometime ago, now i'm at book 2 The Great Hunt, and i know just some bits of non-spoily lore things. So i could watch Season 1 and judge it at full extent.
    It was not perfect (there were some problems, like Barney Harris abandoning the cast, covid that made impossible to use original locations in mind etc. For what i'm reading now, it seems that they are doing a good work now)

    But to me it was spot on! I was not interested to see everything as the books (like the full travel of Rand and Mat, and so on), and i've quickly accepted all the differences (also because if you examine them and gather other pieces like x-rays, you can see sense in them. Like Perrin's wife, Layla, it exist in the books from what i know, mentioned as the probable future wife if Perrin remained at Emond's Field)

    The thing that i needed were the emotions that i had when reading The Eye of the World. And this series gave them to me, so, personally, it was perfect for me!
    Of course i hope and want improvements from the second season and forth, but remember: they are trying to adapt the entirety of the Wheel of Time, and even the first book had some problems that made it difficult to translate to a TV series (the ending of Book 1 was a mess, let's be honest)

    So, i'm more than satisfyed, and this soundtrack is perfect for the setting and the story!

  4. Rouge
    Rouge says:

    The music of the series added SO MUCH life to the scenes. The composer is just significant. Excited to hear more from him on season two.

  5. Didi Xtar
    Didi Xtar says:

    The writing in the tv show is BAD, which is kinda shocking since they have one of the best and most beloved fantasy sagas as their source material; but hey, at least the OST is good.


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