Marielda: Friends At The Table Soundtrack, The Interlude

by Jack de Quidt

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Lucy Quill
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Lucy Quill Currently running an experiment to see how many times I can listen to I Have Seen The Stars and honestly we're probably going to start barrelling into triple figures soon enough Favorite track: I Have Seen The Stars.
Samantha Seely
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Samantha Seely This arc was my first F@tt arc, and pre-Marielda, clarinets weren't one of my favorite instruments but like damn these songs shook me to my core. I’ve been listening to this whole album on repeat for a month now. While I love all of the songs I chose the Marielda Suite as my fave bc of how well it fit with the scene. When I first listened to it, I couldn’t shut up about it to my friends for a week. Every time I listen to this album, I notice some new small detail and that's a wonderful feeling. Favorite track: The Killing of the King-God Samothes By The Traitor Prince Maelgwyn, or The Marielda Suite.
jokesmcgee
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jokesmcgee I tend to ramble, so TL;DR, This whole album slaps but in a way that makes you cry

This album, and all of Jack's music, establishes such a clear sense of place.The energy and spirit of "Marielda" is gripping and engaging, and when I heard the first five notes of the theme from "Autumn, Not Winter" in "I Have Seen the Stars," I was moved to tears. Jack is a brilliant composer, and it's truly a delight to listen to everything he writes for the show. Favorite track: The Killing of the King-God Samothes By The Traitor Prince Maelgwyn, or The Marielda Suite.
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released July 14, 2016

Cover art by Craig Sheldon (@shoddyrobot)

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