29 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

St. McCloud ,

From Dragonlance to Life

You can truly relive your most favorite event of the entire movie, whether it be when Tasslheoff runs off on his antics or Raistlin casting fireballs, this soundtrack must be bought. This soundtrack is a must have for any Dragonlance fan. The brilliant compositions of Karl Preusser truly shine in this movie. The vibrant sound and wonderfully orchestrated pieces are a perfect compliment to the movie or for your listening pleasure.

Tracy Hickman ,

The Music of the Lance

The sound of the Heroes Journey ... the music that takes me to another home...

Karl Preusser has captured the essence of Dragonlance in this musical score for the animated film. For anyone who is a fan of Dragonlance or fantasy in general ... or the great epic musical scores of Hollywood ... this soundtrack is both inspired and inspiring.

As the coauthor of the novel on which this music is based, I most heartily endorse this labor of Karls love for Dragonlance. It transports me to those wondrous days in Krynn. Even now, writing books of a new world – it is Karl’s soundtrack that I am playing constantly as I write.

Thanks for bringing us home again.

Gamecrafter ,

Great score

As a DL fan since the beginning, and one that still regularly plays it as D&D adventures around the kitchen table, I have for many years substituted other musical works for 'DL themes'. Selections from Dragonslayer, Willow, various classical pieces, etc would make for background music to play by. But let's face it, before LotR came around, there wasn't a great deal of fantasy-based themes to choose from. But now, Karl Preusser's marvelous work is a centerpiece - recommended for any D&D players or those who love soundtracks. Though I wish I could, I can't say too many good things about the film it's related to. The score outclasses the film. My only hope now is that if DL gets a grander film treatment someday, I hope the score remains. Thank you Mr Presseur!

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