World of Warcraft – Music & Ambience – Suramar

World of Warcraft - Music & Ambience - Suramar
Once a shining symbol of Highborne society, Suramar never recovered from the trauma of the War of the Ancients. To survive the devastation of the Sundering, the city’s inhabitants sealed themselves away from the rest of the world. Isolated for millennia, they had no allies to call upon when the Legion invaded. Now their ancient city, and all of its power, is at the mercy of demons.

0:00 – Suramar – Part 1H
1:05 – Suramar – Part 2H
2:47 – High Elf Tomb – Part H2
4:40 – Enchanted Night Elves – Part A
6:24 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part H1
8:00 – Ley Lines – Part B
9:11 – Moon Rising – Part H
11:52 – Suramar – Part 1A
13:04 – Sacred Stone – Part H
15:10 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part D
16:21 – High Elf Tomb – Part A
17:28 – Enchanted Night Elves – Part B
19:12 – Suramar – Part 2B
20:50 – Moon Rising – Part C
22:56 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part G
24:21 – Ley Lines – Part H
25:56 – Sacred Stone – Part B
27:50 – High Elf Tomb – Part H1
29:34 – Nos’Sharah – Part C
30:22 – Enchanted Night Elves – Part H
32:06 – Suramar – Part 1B
33:09 – Moon Rising – Part B
35:10 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part F
36:48 – Ley Lines – Part A
38:00 – High Elf Tomb – Part H2
39:53 – Enchanted Night Elves – Part C
41:37 – Sacred Stone – Part A
43:36 – Ley Lines – Part C
44:43 – Moon Rising – Part A
46:46 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part E
48:24 – Suramar – Part 2A
49:28 – Nos’Sharah – Part D
51:35 – Enchanted Night Elves – Part B
53:19 – High Elf Tomb – Part A
54:26 – Suramar – Part 1A
55:36 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part D
56:44 – Sacred Stone – Part B
58:37 – Requiem for the Lost Cities – Part G

Enchanted Night Elves, Moon Rising, and High Elf Tomb composed by Edo Guidotti.

Requiem for the Lost Cities and Sacred Stone composed by Sam Cardon.

Ley Lines, Suramar, and Nos’Sharah composed by Russell Brower.

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World of Warcraft – Music & Ambience – Suramar

11 thoughts on “World of Warcraft – Music & Ambience – Suramar”

  1. Night Elves? More like Country Elves… They live in trees, sleep in dens and sometimes even grow antlers… They're not cut out for life in a REAL city!

  2. I returned to WoW right before the opening of ToS and I have to say Legion was a fun expansion: running mythic+ with a strong lineup of dungeons, progressing through Tomb of Soakgeras and having an absolute blast playing my DH alt… yep, I miss summer of 2017!

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