“Order of the Phoenix” Wins Award for Best Score of Video Game

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Mar 08, 2008

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Thanks to TLC reader Pete for letting us know the score to the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix video game was a recent winner at the Movie Music U.K. Awards. The music for the fifth Harry Potter video game, composed by James Hannigan, was named “Best Score-Game,” beating out scores from Halo 3, Lair, Bioshock and Mass Effect. You can read more about composer James Hannigan and hear excepts from his various works including a piece used frequently in the OotP game-”Welcome to Hogwarts”- here via this link, and watch a video interview with the composer on creating the score for the game from EA, here in our galleries.





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