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Welcome to the Frontier (The Trailer Music)
Attribution
Composer

Tom Menary

Publication information
Released

25th May, 2011

Type

Trailer music

General information
Length

0:48

Album

Spirit of the Frontier: Previews & Preludes

Track number

2

Used in

Spirit of the Frontier

Link

Lastfm icon Welcome to the Frontier (The Trailer Music) on Tom Menary's Last.fm profile

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Welcome to the Frontier (The Trailer Music) is a music track composed by Tom Menary specially for the first teaser trailer of Spirit of the Frontier. It was released as part of Spirit of the Frontier: Previews & Preludes on 25th May, 2011.

DetailsEdit

The track features an underscore also used in "Inno per l'Errante (Hymn for the Wanderer)", and plays The Wanderer's Theme on muted electric guitar.

External linksEdit


Music of Wingless Films
Tom Menary
Original scores and soundtracks:
The Passage of TimeBoundedCaptive, Chapter TwoCapsuleWinglessSpirit of the FrontierSanctuaryScoutStraw ManDarknessChase the DragonCamera ObscuraDisavowedExileInterventionDesert of Two DevilsHow to Lose Friends & Assassinate PeoplePetriarchSons of MoorlandThe Time CollectorSolitudeThe Lite BluesCatharsisComing HomeBy the Sword
Tracks and cues:
"Wingless Sting" — "Fires of Childhood" — "Colourization of a Journey" — "50" — "Knight Drive" — "Abstraction (for Piano)" — "Cloud Dance"
Major themes:
"The Time Traveller's Theme" — "The Rival's Theme" — "Despair Theme" — "Love Theme" — "The Assassin's Theme" — "Assassin's Lament" — "Theme from Capsule" — "Departure Theme" — "The Wingless March" — "The Wanderer" — "Yanaba's Theme" — "Theme from Scout" — "The Father's Theme" — "Journey Theme" — "Theme from Sunrise" — "Camera Obscura Theme" — "Disavowed: Main Theme" — "Executors' Theme" — "No More Chairs (Theme from Intervention)" — "Desert Theme" — "The Lite Blues Theme" — "Sensei"
Related articles:
"Space Oddity" (JAW) — Short FussingHer VoiceCapital — "Capture the World" (Don Menary)
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