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Irish conductor Eimear Noone, popular among Zelda fans for her conducting at Symphony of the Goddesses concerts, is planning a new album, called Songs of Zelda: A Link to the Celts‏! Attendees of the recent 2015 Dublin International Game Music Festival got to see the musicians put a traditional celtic spin on the classic adventure music we love so much, and now Ms. Noone wishes to make a full CD in this style! Eimear is very good at her job,…

Screenshots of Japan’s Club Nintendo exclusive A Link Between Worlds Soundtrack have emerged, and it looks beautiful. Though currently exclusive to Japan, we can still admire the exquisite art and design of the inserts and disks encased within. Make the jump to check out the pictures!

Following on from their recent promotion of a selection of special t-shirts which included The Wind Waker HD, Club Nintendo of Japan have announced another new promotion pertaining to the game, this time offering a CD of the game’s soundtrack, available for free for those who manage to register the game itself soon after its release. Hit the jump to find out more.

Club Nintendo is a service offered by Nintendo in which gamers can register their games and consoles in exchanges for virtual points, which then can be redeemed for various rewards such as posters and game downloads. Nintendo of America have recently announced their Elite status rewards for Club Nintendo, and among them is a re-release of the Majora’s Mask soundtrack, as well as a The Wind Waker HD poster as part of a three-poster set and also a free downloadable…

Indie Hip-Hop artist Dr. Awkward has recently put out his own rap album dedicated to the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Titled, A Boy Without a Fairy, the album is samples many of the most memorable songs from the game, filled with rap lyrics related to Link’s adventure. I’ve listened to some of the tracks and honestly, it’s a bit of a mixed bag. Some of the songs really caught on and I enjoyed, while others, just seemed forced….

The music to Ocarina of Time is commonly considered one of the best video game soundtracks ever made. It is probably because of this that Nintendo released a soundtrack to the game exclusively on Club Nintendo in conjunction with the 3D remake release. The only way to acquire the soundtrack was to register the game on one’s Club Nintendo account to claim the CD for free. Although the offer was available internationally however, many missed out due to the very…

If any of you bought the game early enough, you may have been lucky enough to register your copy of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D in the first two days. If you did so, you have – or soon will have – received a CD of the Official Soundtrack. Free stuff is always nice, and free Zelda stuff? Well, that’s even better! Youtube user Andy1123 made a video showing the unboxing of his copy, so check that out…