Voting in the 2014 Classic FM Hall of Fame is OPEN!
Once again we’re hoping you can help us see video game scores represented in the the World’s BIGGEST poll of classical music tastes.
You can vote for any orchestral video game score or arrangement – many are in the voting database already but you can also enter your own. The only stipulation is it must be orchestral.
This year many scores are lumped together into one entry, including last year’s #3 (Final Fantasy Series, Nobuo Uematsu) and #5 (Elder Scrolls Series, Jeremy Soule).
You get to make three votes – and this year we want you to vote for your favourites and get gaming comunities you’re part of to vote for their favourites to. We want to see as many pieces of game music in there as possible!
That said, if we all still vote Final Fantasy for one as we did in previous years could the number 1 spot be possible? MAYBE!
So what are you waiting for! Go to http://halloffame.classicfm.com/2014/vote/ to vote!
And don’t forget to share this post, tell your friends and get as many people involved as you can!
I rather like this from the email that I was sent very honest, it also says a lot about the person in question, so i had to include it
Mark “You may remember me from the excellent article “The PR man who spams games journalists about classical music” (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2013-02-12-the-pr-man-who-spams-games-journalists-about-classical-music) so apologies in advance for abusing my mailing list for a third and probably final year like this, but without all your amazing support we wouldn’t have music from Final Fantasy and the Elder Scrolls recognised as some of the finest orchestral music in the world.”