The music from The Mandalorian has become iconic thanks to the beautiful mind of Ludwig Göransson. The second season of The Mandalorian has been received by critics and fans with praise. Part of that reason is due to the music that accompanies each episode. If you’re like me and can’t get that theme song out of your head, or watch the end credits just to listen to the music then you’re in luck. The soundtrack will be available in two parts for your listening pleasure. Volume 1 will include music from the first four episodes (Chapters 9-12) and is available on digital soundtrack today. Volume 2 will include music from the second half of the season (Chapters 13-16) will be available on December 18th. Both volumes features the original score and music of The Mandalorian Season 2 by Oscar®, Grammy® And Emmy®-Award-Winning Composer Ludwig Göransson.
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Walt Disney Records releases the digital soundtrack from Season 2 of The Mandalorian, Lucasfilm’s multiple Emmy®-winning live-action series, streaming exclusively on Disney+. The Mandalorian Season 2, Volume 1 (Chapters 9-12) digital album features score by Oscar®, Grammy® and Emmy® winning composer Ludwig Göransson (Tenet, Black Panther) and is available HERE. The release will be followed by The Mandalorian Season 2, Volume 2 (Chapters 13-16) digital album available on December 18.
Earlier this year, Göransson won his first Emmy for The Mandalorian Chapter 8: Redemption in the Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score) category. For the first season of The Mandalorian, Göransson released eight full-length albums, one album per episode, with recurring themes throughout the season. This season, he will release the soundtrack in two volumes containing new musical themes, sounds and ideas.
The score and character themes feature instruments played by Göransson including the bass recorder, woodwinds, drums, guitars, piano and percussion. The organic elements from those instruments are then infused with tech sounds and a cinematic orchestra.