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Russell Brower

Russell Brower

Russell Brower was the former Senior Director of Audio and former Lead Composer at Blizzard Entertainment,[1][2] which he joined in 2005.[3] He is a well known music composer who has created and directed music for World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III and Hearthstone. He left the company July 22, 2017 due to his position being eliminated.[4]


Russell Brower has over 30 years of experience as a composer, audio and musical director, and post-production supervisor, with a background that includes television, film, theme-parks, and games. Brower is also a BAFTA-nominated composer and a three-time Emmy Award winner.
Brower is the senior director of audio and lead composer of Blizzard Entertainment, a leading developer and publisher of video games, including World of Warcraft. He previously served as a principal media designer and musical director at Walt Disney Imagineering.
Brower currently serves both on the Society of Composers & Lyricists Board of Directors, and the Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.), and is a member of ATAS and NARAS.[1]


  • In 2015, Brower celebrated 10 years with Blizzard.[5]

Composed music[]

Glued themes[]

World of Warcraft[]

Burning Crusade[]

Wrath of the Lich King[]


Mists of Pandaria[]

Warlords of Draenor[]


Battle for Azeroth[]



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  2. ^ Blizzard on Social Media. Blizzard Entertainment. Retrieved on 2014-05-20.
  3. ^ 2017-07-30, 20 YEARS OF DIABLO: AN IGN RETROSPECTIVE. IGN, retrieved on 2017-08-01
  4. ^ Matthew Rossi 2017-07-21. Composer Russell Brower leaves Blizzard after 12 years. Blizzard Watch. Retrieved on 2017-07-21.
  5. ^ Russell Brower on Twitter (2015-07-16).​ “#Blizzard #CircleofHonor Congrats to all of us!!! (10 years for moi)(with a photo of other veterans)
  6. ^ Russell Brower on Twitter: "Lovely cover by @PattyMattson of the first song I wrote for #WorldofWarcraft with @derekmduke"

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