Elder Scrolls composer begins campaign to launch orchestral concert celebrating Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind

Elder Scrolls composer Jeremy Soule is launching a campaign to launch a concert featuring live orchestral arrangements of the scores for Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind, through the power of social networking.

In order to drum up interest, Soule took to his official Facebook age and asked those curious to see a concert celebrating the music of the series to "Like" his post. Soule hopes to see the concert launch in New York, as performed by a "world-renowned orchestra," according to his Facebook.

"Dear friends," he writes, "how many of you would be interested in attending (with me) an entire concert of Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind as performed by a world-renowned orchestra in New York? If so, please click "like" on this post. Also, tell your friends, too. We need as many likes as possible. Thanks a million!!"

As of press time, his post has received 1,693 likes. We have contacted developer Bethesda for comment regarding this potential Elder Scrolls orchestral concert.

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