Assassin's Creed Syndicate Taps Grammy-Nominated Composer
Austin Wintory's three-hour score aims to capture the "prowess and sarcasm" of the game's two main characters.
Wintory said in a statement that he is personally passionate about music from the 19th century, the setting of Syndicate. "I've had a long-held passion for the chamber music of the 19th Century; the intensity one can get from this sort of music is quite distinct from the massive force of an orchestra," he said.
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Wintory's orchestral score is 3-plus hours and features solo performances by instrumentalists Sandy Cameron and Tina Guo. The music aims to not only capture the overall tone of the Assassin's Creed franchise, but also to "evoke the prowess and sarcasm" of Syndicate's two heroes, Jacob and Evie Frye.
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