Tantalizing Mandalorian Season 2 Soundtrack Released
Just like the original Star Wars and the legendary scoring of John Williams, The Mandalorian benefits from a unique storytelling soundtrack.
Composer Ludwig Göransson is the mastermind behind Mando’s music. Moreover, fans of the Disney+ show will soon be in for a treat.
Firstly, the first volume of Season 2’s score is available. Secondly, Volume 2 comes real soon.
Listen: The Mandalorian, Season 2 Soundtrack, Vol. 1 & 2
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 a 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.
Listen: The Mandalorian, Season 1
By the way, a few months back, The Mandalorian, Season 1 soundtrack occupied our imagination:
This IS The Way….
Obviously, if you’re a fan of The Mandalorian and the interesting world series creator Jon Favreau has managed to create in between the lines of the major Star Wars films; the soundtrack is a must-purchase. I for one will be putting it on immediately so that I might feel like an intergalactic bounty hunter while I work.
Sometimes I wonder if Göransson’s soundtrack is the reason why it was so easy to accept The Mandalorian as something new, even though it looks so familiar.
The different sounds of its songs are so, so different than anything that has come before.