Elder Scrolls
Elder Scrolls
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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Official Soundtrack was released in 2002 with music composed by Jeremy Soule.[1] It is the first game in the series to feature his music, as well as what would become known as The Elder Scrolls theme in Nerevar Rising.

Upon release, the soundtrack was met with mixed reviews.[2][3] In 2003, it was nominated for the category of "Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition" at the 6th Annual Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences' Interactive Achievement Awards but lost to Medal of Honor: Frontline.[4]

Track List[]

No. Song Name Artist Length
1 Nerevar Rising Jeremy Soule 1:54
2 Peaceful Waters Jeremy Soule 3:05
3 Knight's Charge Jeremy Soule 2:04
4 Over the Next Hill Jeremy Soule 3:04
5 Bright Spears Dark Blood Jeremy Soule 2:06
6 The Road Most Traveled Jeremy Soule 3:15
7 Dance of Swords Jeremy Soule 2:13
8 Blessing of Vivec Jeremy Soule 3:16
9 Ambush! Jeremy Soule 2:33
10 Silt Sunrise Jeremy Soule 3:11
11 Hunter's Pursuit Jeremy Soule 2:17
12 Shed Your Travails Jeremy Soule 3:13
13 Stormclouds on the Battlefield Jeremy Soule 2:11
14 Caprice Jeremy Soule 3:27
15 Drumbeats of the Dunmer Jeremy Soule 2:03
16 Darkened Depths Jeremy Soule 0:50
17 The Prophecy Fulfilled Jeremy Soule 1:11
18 Triumphant Jeremy Soule 0:14
19 Introduction Jeremy Soule 0:59
20 Fate's Quickening Jeremy Soule 0:17


  • Over the Next Hill, Peaceful Waters, The Road Most Traveled, Blessing of Vivec, Silt Sunrise, Shed Your Travels, and Caprice all feature in the The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn.
  • Several themes from the soundtrack are reused in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind, chiefly in A Land of War and Poetry, The House of Troubles, and Grazelands Dawn.
  • Nerevar Rising is the first theme in the series to feature The Elder Scrolls theme, which can be heard in Reign of the Septims from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Dragonborn from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, For Blood, for Glory, for Honor from The Elder Scrolls Online, as well as additional incidental songs.
  • Fate's Quickening, Introduction and Triumphant are not played during regular gameplay. Fate's Quickening plays when the player character dies, while Triumphant plays when arriving at the level up screen. Introduction plays during the intro video at the beginning of the game.

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