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Author Topic: Civ4 wina first Grammy for videogame music  (Read 48 times)


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Civ4 wina first Grammy for videogame music
« on: February 15, 2011, 11:57:04 AM »
Baba Yetu, the opening theme from Civilization 4 (2005), won a Grammy last Sunday. This is the first time a videogame song wins this award.

Composer Christopher Tin included it in Calling All Dawns, his debut solo album. In addition to Baba Yetu's award for "Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists," the album went on to win "Best Classical Crossover Album."
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