Tag: Music

The YouTube covers keep on coming, and we are glad to hear them! A while back, the talented duo of YouTube guitarists 72HoursRemaining covered a couple of lesser-appreciated songs from the series. They first released their rendition of Sword Search from Link’s Awakening, a memorable tune from the very beginning of the game. After that, they gave some love to Spirit Tracks with a cover of Anouki Village’s theme, which served as their holiday special. These two must put a…

Classic tunes never die, do they? YouTube continues to give us great covers and remixes of our favorite Zelda tunes, like this very inventive electronic remix of Ocarina of Time‘s Gerudo Valley. YouTube musician JemyMusic has out together one awesome cover, and while it is her first Zelda cover, perhaps we will hear more from her soon. Check out the remix after the jump!

The Symphony of the Goddesses is still as strong as ever, heading into it’s fifth year, if you can believe it. Back during the awesome celebration of the 25th anniversary of Zelda, fans were incredibly excited for this show, and betwen fans that have yet to see it, and those that are more than ready to see it again (myself included) it’s popularity is not dwindling, that’s for sure. The Symphony’s newsletter has just release a dicount code for it’s…

TwoBreaths, a musical duo consisting of twins Dragomira and Soryane, have composed a unique cover to Dragon Roost Island’s theme. The score is done completely on the harp played by Dragomira. This piece is a wonderful way to spend those dark winter nights curled up with some hot cocoa. So grab your favorite pillow, find a comfy chair, and hit the jump to take a listen to this peaceful melody.

In a recent interview with Amy Anderson, the conductor of Symphony of the Goddess, several great questions were asked with befitting answers. These range from questions such as how she is feeling about the tour and and if she had played any Zelda games prior to the tour. The music that she conducts is very well done and a great extension of the games music itself. It would be great to attend an event as exiting as that and it…

We recently reported on the now available pre-purchases of Eimear Noone’s Celtic-style Zelda album, in digital format. Now, a preview clip of one of the album’s songs has been put up on YouTube. The song is their cover of Majora’s Mask‘s Deku Palace theme, and it is quite easy on the ears. Check out the video after the jump!

Among the myriad video game soundtrack covers out there, Game & Sound’s work stands out for its exceptional MIDI-guitar pairing. The artist just made a resurgence with a cover of the Dragon Roost Island theme. Take a listen after the jump!

Tri Force Heroes is already being played by loads of people online, and the game’s soundtrack is apparently being received well. But for those wanting a little twist on past Zelda’s soundtrack songs, the multiplayer lobby’s hidden ball, found but dashing into the left or right walls, has 23 songs from the series that you can use it to play. GameXplain has a video of every song. Check out the video, and the full and ordered song list after the…

We have already shared with you that you that in a fantastic little mini-game found in the lobby of Tri Force Heroes you can discover some music from previous titles but in a recent GameXplain video they showed off little more of what they found.¬†When the player uncovers a ball that acts as a music box they can hit it and it will play various tunes, including the Clock Town theme. Check out the video of the Easter egg after…

YouTuber Music By Pedro has done a collab with fellow online musicians, New Game Plus, to bring us a cover of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask’s race theme. The cover is done with marimbas, guitar, and saxophone, and they did a great job. Check out the video after the jump!