Music With Violin (VGM)
We are both gamers (geeks, nerds if you will) and love to play video games in our free time (which after becoming parents has significantly diminished!).
We believe that video game music composers create extremely brilliant pieces that can make or break the experience of any game. Some of our favorite composers and greatest inspirations are Inon Zur, Borislav Slavov, Jeremy Soule. But Becky is also a hardcore fan of old video games (NES, SNES, etc) so names like Koji Kondo and Nobuo Uematsu have been a big part of her gaming experience since young (Davor is lame, he doesn’t like 8 bits).
If you ask us, we would say this is the genre we enjoy listening and covering the most. We met each other inside a video game, after all!
In this section you will find links for streaming and downloading all of our videogame music covers, sheet music and YouTube videos. We hope you enjoy it!
Baldur's Gate 3
Baldur’s Gate 3 Medley
We love Borislav Slavov’s work since we played Divinity: Original Sin 2. We feel its soundtrack is one of the most beautiful and magical music ever created for a video game and it will take you all the way to Rivellon!
When we heard Larian Studios was also developing Baldur’s Gate 3, and enlisted Borislav for the task of creating the musical score, we knew we had to cover its theme! But there were 3 main themes, and they were all awesome, so we had to make it into a medley 🙂
Divinity: Original Sin 2
Dragon Age: Origins
One of our most favorite franchises, paired with one of our most favorite composers, Inon Zur. The main themes in all the series titles are kind of dark and dire but hopeful at the same time, and we loved covering 2 of them: Fallout 4 and Fallout 76.
Because war… war never changes.
League of Legends
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Witcher 3
The Fields of Ard Skellig
Who didn’t get mesmerized by the music when Geralt arrives for the first time to the Skellige Islands? The Witcher 3 has an amazing soundtrack and it’s really hard for us to choose a favorite theme from the game, but since “The Fields of Ard Skellig” theme has such a haunting vibe and great melody to play on the violin (plus a nice harp harmony) it was definitely our first choice for a cover.