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  1. Yogami
    Dec 17,  · Symphonic Shades was a song he first did on the Commodore 64 and wow, you hardly recognize it from that version, but the beautiful melody is the same. The pieces are so well adapted, that they took full power of the whole orchestra and nobody that does not know these songs before would EVER GUESS THAT THESE ARE IN-GAME TUNES FROM COMPUTER GAMES 5/5(1).
  2. Votilar
    Dec 17,  · Check out Tower of Babel by Chris Huelsbeck on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  3. Akinorisar
    Symphonic Shades - Hülsbeck in Concert is an album featuring a mastered and mixed recording of the concert of the same name, held in Cologne, Germany at the Funkhaus Wallrafplatz on August 23, It features music composed by German video game composer Chris Hülsbeck, arranged and orchestrated by Jonne Valtonen, Yuzo Koshiro and Takenobu Classical, Video game music.
  4. Zulkimi
    Symphonic Shades by Chris Huelsbeck, released 17 December 1. Grand Monster Slam (Opening Fanfare) 2. X-Out (Main Theme) 3. Jim Power in 'Mutant Planet' (Main Theme) 4. Tower of Babel 5. Turrican 3 - Payment Day (Piano Suite) 6. Gem'X (Main Theme) 7. Apidya II (Suite) 8. R-Type (Main Theme) 9. Licht am Ende des Tunnels (Suite)
  5. Mumi
    Commercial (CD) published by synSONIQ Records on Dec 17, containing arrangement, live event, original work from Grand Monster Slam, X-Out, Jim Power, Turrican 3, Gem'X, Apidya II, R-Type, The Great Giana Sisters, Tunnel B1, Turrican II: The Final Fight, Licht am Ende des Tunnels with compositions by Chris Hülsbeck performed by WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne (Juraj Cizmarovic, .
  6. Tajar
    Shades by Chris Huelsbeck, released 16 October 1. Turricanmedley 2. Nightmoves (4Pm internal) 3. R-Type 4. Power of magic (The magic of power Mix'!!) 5. Shades 6. Masterblazer (Jazz 'o' matic) 7. Addicted to these games (NES mix) 8. Warzone (DiColamix) 9. Heaven's gate (Lazerdub) Tower of babel (Hallelujamix)
  7. Akit
    Symphonic Shades: Huelsbeck in Concert was a symphonic tribute concert held twice in Cologne, Germany on 23 August featuring video game music. The concert was held in honor of the German born video game composer Chris Hülsbeck, and featured orchestral arrangements exclusively based on Huelsbeck’s works throughout his year-long career.

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