Tag: rpg music

Celtic music videos

https://celticmusicvideos.com/celticmusic

This is one of the best celtic music video sites I’ve run onto. It has a wonderful collection of good background music mixes that focus on the celtic music / fantasy music / rpg music or similar instrumental beautiful new age with atmospheres that take you to the magical realm of ancient medieval magic. Artists such as Brunuhville, Adrian von Ziegler and Peter Gundry have made this genre really popular and newer artists like Celestial Aeon Project have really honed that style to perfection.

If you are looking for new celtic music to listen to or background music for role playing game sessions I recommend checking out what https://celticmusicvideos.com has to offer!

Best emotional celtic music / fairy music?

Faeries / fae / fairies are one of those elements that really define the fantasy literature and fantasy genre. Who hasn’t seen pictures or images of those small flying children with wings in their back? Ever since Peter Pan the concept of faery has been one of the most vivid images in the minds of every children who enjoy listening to the tales of fantasy and magic.

I personally have also always loved music that manages to describe and define the realm of faeries just with sound and atmosphere. Be it soundtrack music from fantasy films or modern celtic music you can find on youtube, there are many tunes that focus on this kind of style and fits well to any fairy scene in rpg sessions or fantasy literature.

Here is one of my all time favourite celtic music collections with focus on fae:

Celestial Aeon Project is one of the best fantasy music projects you can find these days and I definitely can recommend checking out the channel! Especially if you enjoy fantasy music in general and are a fan of such artists as Adrian von Ziegler or Brunuhville. You can’t go wrong with Celestial!

Rpg forest ambience – Elven woods

One of the typical environments or sceneries on role playing game sessions are elven woods – the magical woodland realm of the fae and elves. Ever since reading Lord of the Rings and especially the scenes in Lothlorien I’ve felt that these kinds of places where the eternal elves live and turn the mundane woods into something far more beautiful and inspiring have become my favourite “fictional places”. Hence it has been natural for me to also think, what music would feel fitting and what music would manage to enhance that feeling of being there, in the magical woods walking and singing and dancing with the magical beings that are elves? And one of the best options I’ve run into come once again from Celestial Aeon Project – one of the best celtic music projects I’ve ever run into and a project that manages to take the fantasy music genre and truly make it work in so many ways. Take a listen to this collection:

Works so well don’t you think? If you like such artists as Adrian von Ziegler, Brunuhville and Peter Crowley and are sometimes wondering what artists might offer similar sound and atmosphere, I definitely recommend checking out Celestial Aeon Project’s youtube channel! You won’t be disappointed!

RPG exploration music / D&D exploration music

I am an avid pen & paper gamer and I began my career back in the 80s with original Dungeons & Dragons boxes (1st edition) although I soon moved on to the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (2nd edition) and especially Forgotten Realms setting. Those were the golden days of old school gaming when massive amount of fantasy novels were written by professional writers for Forgotten Realms trademark. Drizzt do’Urden and others became heroes that everyone in that generation knew and learned by heart.

Background music has always been an important part of my gaming life. I have found that good choice of background music really can emphasize the atmosphere and create a truly profound experience for the game. In a similar fashion as music works in movies / film industry, good music really makes the pen & paper role playing game experience “come to life”.

Celestial Aeon Project is my most important tool for this. It manages to bring tunes for any situation, but especially for exploration / on the road / traveling scenes. Here is one of my favourite background music collections from Celestial Aeon Project for this use:

If you like such artists as Adrian von Ziegler, Brunuhville or Peter Crowley, I am positive that you will fall in love with Celestial Aeon Project as well! Definitely recommended to check out the channel!