Diablo 3 arrangement headed to Video Games Live: Level 3

An "exclusive piece of music" from Blizzard Entertainment's Diablo 3 is headed to Video Games Live: Level 3 if funded, composer Tommy Tallarico announced on the project's Kickstarter blog.

The final piece, called "Leigh," will be more than four minutes long, and you can check out a one-minute sample on the Kickstarter blog.

"We recently did the world premiere of this song in Irvine, CA with the incredible Pacific Symphony conducted by Eimear Noone (Legend of Zelda Symphony show & Blizzard conductor)!" Tallarico wrote. "Both the Pacific Symphony and Eimear were the original people who were used in the Diablo 3 recordings for the game!"

Tallarico also wrote that Blizzard "has been the biggest supporter of Video Games Live over the years," and he's featured songs like "Invincible" from World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Litch King during his Video Games Live concerts. You can watch a performance of the song above.

As of this writing, the Video Games Live: Level 3 Kickstarter campaign, which is raising money to produce and record an album, has received $238,273 in pledges of its $250,000 goal with 46 hours remaining. For more of Tallarico's symphonic prowess, be sure to listen to his recent Super Mario World orchestration.

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