HBO has re-hired composer Ramin Javadi,
who rose to fame on the Game of Thrones soundtrack and won two Emmy awards for seasons 7 and 8. The artist will write music for the spin-off of the series “House of the Dragon”.
The composer is also known for his work on “World of the Wild West”, “Pacific Frontier” and other well-known projects.
Recall that House of the Dragon is based on the novel Fire and Blood by George R.R. Martin, which tells the story of events 300 years before the start of Game of Thrones. It tells about the House of Targaryen who left Valyria and went to a new territory, which they decided to conquer.
At the moment, the spin-off is being actively developed, but the release date has not yet been announced. Earlier it became known that Viserisa Targaryen will be played by Paddy Considine.