Quest For Glory V
by Chance Thomas (Soundtrack)

The Quest For Glory V Soundtrack CD from award-winning composer Chance Thomas offers an epic music score from the interactive computer game, Quest For Glory V: Dragon Fire.

# Title Time Listen
1 The Quest For Glory V Overture 4:23 mp3
2 The Dance of Mystery and Intrigue 2:20
3 The Rite of Freedom 2:46 mp3
4 Silmarian Meanderings - Day and Night 4:41 mp3
5 The Rite of Conquest 2:21 mp3
6 The Rite of Destiny 1:01 mp3
7 The Rite of Valor 2:45
8 Undersea Exploring 1:54
9 A Day in the Arena 2:23
10 The Rite of Peace - Atlantis 3:42 mp3
11 Frolic at Gnome Ann's Land Inn 2:28 mp3
12 The Rite of Courage 1:51
13 The Rite of Justice 3:11
14 Dragon Fire 3:48
15 The Great Hall of Kings 1:06
16 Ambient Tour 3:23
17 Greazy 2:23
18 No Sweat 1:24

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Sonic Images Records
Nov 17, 1998

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Music composed, orchestrated, and produced by Chance Thomas.
Music supervision by Jay Usher.
Orchestral performances by the Salt Lake City session orchestra (comprising 32 members of the Utah Symphony), 
conducted by Chance Thomas.
Concert master and string consultation by Lenny Braus.
Principal trumpet and brass consultation by Tony Di Lorenzo.
Orchestra contracted by Gwen Thornton.
Vocals for "The Dance of Mystery and Intrigue" and "The Rite of Destiny" performed by Jenny Jordan.
Vocal chant for "The Rite of Peace" performed by Chance Thomas.
Classical guitar for "Silmarian Meanderings" performed by Rich Dixon.
Acoustic guitar in "Ambient Tour (Dead Parrot Inn)" performed by Terry Robinson.
All woodwinds performed by Daron Bradford.
Harp performed by Lisa Rytting.
Piano, synthesizers, percussion, and sequencing performed by Chance Thomas.
Traditional Quest For Glory theme (used in "Quest For Glory V Overture", "Frolic at Gnome Ann's Land Inn", 
and "The Great Hall of Kings") created by Mark Siebert. 

Recordings engineered by Steve Lerud, Chance Thomas, and Glen Neibur.
Recorded at Lakeview Audio, Sierra Yosemite Sound, and L.A. East.
Mixed by Chance Thomas at Sierra Yosemite Sound.
Mastered by Steve Hall at Future Disc Systems.
Quest For Glory V: Dragon Fire Produced by Jay Usher
Quest For Glory V: Dragon Fire Executive Producer - Craig Alexander


I've always thought that if PC games were going to use the Hollywood paradigm, then they should also feature a 
Hollywood-quality soundtrack. I mean, most of the games I play, the background music is the first thing I shut off;
not so with this score. It's first-rate, nicely varied in terms of style and texture, and the recorded sound is

Bill Trotter
syndicated columnist 

The Quest For Glory V Soundtrack is truly epic.


This is one of the best soundtracks we've heard from ANY game. Yep, it really IS that good.

Inside Games and Entertainment 

...a stellar musical performance from multiple award winning composer Chance Thomas.

PC Gamer 

...but the thing that is most breathtaking is the score... an entire orchestral score... the beauty and complexity of 
which are indescribable

Computer Games Strategy Plus 

The soundtrack [for QFG5] simply of immeasurable quality and clarity. It is by all accounts a real gem.

The Adrenaline Vault 

Quest for Golry V is an adventure role-playing computer game and this CD not only contains the music written for
the game, but a CD-ROM sneak preview of the game itself.  As you might expect for an action game, much of
Chance Thomas’ score is bold and powerful.  The ‘Overture’ is a majectic piece (and) it’s march-like qualities
generate a feeling of splendour.  Many of the subsequent tracks are more gentle, melodic and thoughtful.  There
are none of the hypnotic repeated phrases that I tend to associate with computer games, but a collection of well
composed and interesting compositions.  The styles vary considerably, for example the cue ‘Silmarian
Meanderings’ has a distinct dreamy Spanish feel, while ‘Frolic at Gnome Ann’s Land Inn’ could be set in France.
Much of the action sequences are heavy on the percussion and are reminiscent of refined Zimmer with a touch of
Goldsmith.  Overall I was surprised that I enjoyed this score so much and would recommend it to anyone whom
generally enjoys noisy, adventurous scores.

Andrew Keach
Music From the Movies
June 1999