Tag: Zelda’s Lullaby

Zelda’s Lullaby Cover

September 16 2015 by Kira Koneko

Zelda’s Lullaby is possibly one of the most recurring songs in the Zelda series. Generally you hear the tune played during several pivotal moments in each title that pertain to Princess Zelda. For example you hear this song when Link and Zelda meet for the first time in A Link to the Past, in Ocarina of Time, Impa teaches Link the song on his fairy ocarina to allow him the ability to accomplish certain tasks. These are just a couple…

Youtube user Thomandy has uploaded a video titled “Zelda Level – Super Mario Maker: ‘Zelda’s Automatic Lullaby.'” The stage entails Mario being moved automatically while Goombas bounce on note blocks to the tune of Zelda’s Lullaby. The stage itself is linear and Mario is in no danger of taking damage so long as he does not move.

I have always been fond of Zelda’s Lullaby for its relaxing nature and its calm sounds…

YouTube cover artist TheSearSounds has put together an impressive cover of Zelda’s Lullaby, playing the flute and piano, as well as using background vocals. It is a great pleasure to see that such classic, popular series songs like this are good enough to still produce great covers. Check out the full cover after the jump!

Zelda’s Lullaby Comic

June 21 2015 by Kev

A lot of artists have created comics based around various aspects of the Zelda franchise including one recently that focused on the first few moments of the original Legend of Zelda. The music of the series is an area that regularly gets praised so it’s no surprise when there are remixes or tracks that get used in fan videos. Now we have a comic by Kotor that puts a particular tune from Ocarina of Time to good use. A lot…

Reputable singer and video game fan Jillian Aversa has recently posted a video on YouTube of her vocal cover of Zelda’s Lullaby and Skyward Sword‘s Ballad of the Goddess. Not only does she give a great vocal performance, but the video itself is very pleasing to see. Check out the video after the jump!

The synthesizer reached the peak of its popularity in the 80’s, but is currently coming back into style with its emphasis in alternative bands such as Radiohead and Arcade Fire. With its prevalence increasing, it was only a matter of time before a talented gamer resolved to make synthesized covers of classic video game music titles. Youtube musician Ace Waters of MotiveMakesaMan Music did just that, and recently recreated “Zelda’s Lullaby” from Ocarina of Time in honor of Peanut Butter…

Many fans have replayed the songs from the Zelda series but I do not think I have seen one quite as interesting as YouTube member Michael LongMan’s Zelda’s Lullaby played on crystal glasses. In the video he created the familiar song using only six glasses filled with water. Jump inside to check it out for yourself.

As is natural with a new game, a glitch has been found in Hyrule Warriors by Tumblr user presidentlaghosta. This glitch features Princess Zelda singing her lullaby while she uses Lana’s summoning gate. The link to the video can be found post-jump!

Many Legend of Zelda covers and arrangements are featured here on Zelda Dungeon, and LindsayAnne Pepper is a new discovery. Along with her beautiful Zelda orchestrations, she also arranges other video game instrumentations and original compositions. Hit the jump to hear more!

Large-scale music events and fan projects often steal the spotlight on Zelda website news pages, but sometimes, one has to appreciate the short, sweet song covers that seem to pop up every day on YouTube. Here, we have a violin/piano cover of a classic theme: Zelda’s Lullaby. Watch the video after the jump!