One-Woman Choir Takes on Game of Thrones

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The finale to Game of Thrones' fourth season had some really nice music. Now, if we take that music, and add one of YouTube's greatest cover artists, what we get is something truly magical.


Malukah is mostly known for her renditions of various video game tunes—she even composed a song for The Elder Scrolls Online— though she's been known to dabble in other kinds music as well. Here, she recreates the children's choir heard at the end of Game of Thrones' last season, using just her own voice, to an absolutely brilliant effect:

Note that this isn't Malukah's first foray into Game of Thrones music, so if you enjoyed that, I strongly urge you to give her version of "Rains of Castamere" a listen, too.

Game of Thrones Theme & The Children Cover [malufenix@YouTube]

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I like her. But she should think about what she is doing now days. Her body of work posted on Youtube feels like a one pony trick: well established tune and post or whatever processing she is using to make her voice cavernous and haunting. There doesn't seem to be any other style she seems to go for. Maybe she should move on from this fan service gig and start producing something of her own. Just a thought.