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Gaming could have another memorable tune on the horizon.

Publisher 2K has released a video interview with composer Christopher Tin about his new song for Civilization VI, the turn-based strategy game that comes out for PC on October 21. Tin previously created the theme song for Civilization IV, “Baba Yetu.” That beautiful piece became the first song created for a video game to win a Grammy award.

Tin’s Civilization VI theme is title ““Sogno di Volare.” You can learn how he developed the song in the video below.

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As a bonus, 2K also released a video of Tin composing a live rendition of “Babe Yetu” at Cadogan Hall in London on July 19, 2016.

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