Original Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Transcribed by: George Alistair Sanger and Gary Hammond
The world of Loom is set during the Age of the Great Guilds. Consequently the world is organised into groups of people by what their profession is. The main character, Bobbin Threadbare, is a member of the Guild of Weavers. This particular track is played when Bobbin meets Master Goodmold for the first time, a member of the Guild of Glassmakers. One interesting legend that Master Goodmold asks Bobbin is whether peering under a Weaver's hood brings instant, agonising death. Bobbin is unable to give a definitive answer. Like a good salesman, before Goodmold departs he tells Bobbin:
"And remember, if you break it, you buy it!"