Amir composed chapters 3 and 12.
Nilufar composed chapters 5, 8, 10 and 11.
Saeid Kord Mafi plays the santur, a hammered dulcimer with a glittering sound that represents the mountain of gems. Saeid also plays the daff frame drum which has small metal rings that represents the soldiers. The daff also features in the celebrations at the end of the story.
Saeid composed chapters 2 and 7.
Arash composed chapters 4 and 9.
Chapter 6 is based on a rhythmic cycle called 'Flowing Cycle' (Dowr-e Ravân) from the repertoire of 17th and 19th century Iranian-Ottoman court music.
Chapter 13 is based on a fragment of Naqsh-e Râst, an Iranian-Ottoman piece attributed to Abd ol-Qâder Marâghi, the 15th-century Iranian composer and theorist.
The music was mixed, mastered and edited by Julius Johansson and other students at City, University of London (Malhar Kawre, Mara Miron, Olivia Cepress-Mclean). The music was recorded in the sound studios of the Music Department at City, University of London.