This award-winning musical hommage to the Conan novels by Robert E. Howard and L. Sprague de Camp was first composed in 2004 for use of a Roland Jv2080 synthesizer. Now, for the first time, it is available with a broad soundscape involving symphonic orchestra, ethnic instruments and synthesizers.
As in L. Sprague de Camp’s “Conan and the Spidergod” the music accompanies Conan the adventurer to the land of Yezud where the priests of the spidergod Zath yield all the power. Conan pretends to be Nial, a simple smith, and as such he gets to know the beautiful temple dancer, Rudabeh. They soon discover a dark secret hidden beneath the temple, an ancient evil which is about to be unleashed…
The album Temple of the Spidergod has been released on all major streaming services.
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