Pandora’s Tower Musical Origins Part II

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

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We return to the origins of music in Pandora’s Tower, and for part two, Franz Liszt and his famous ‘Liebestraum’ takes the spotlight.  Follow along as we dig deeper into the relationship Pandora’s Tower has with this famous piece, and their similarities in inspiration. Written and Narrated by Clinton Nix

 

About Clinton Nix

Former Volunteer- Clinton started following the movement back when it was still being hosted on the IGN message boards and with the Amazon push of Monado. He’s also an audio engineer, studying in Seattle and waiting for his big break into the world of audio (but not to the detriment of video game writing, of course).




  • Translations of the three poems were taken from recmusic.org.  I Forgot to mention that in the original post.