When Zelda fans purchased the Twilight Princess HD amiibo bundle they also got a soundtrack for the game that came with a selected 20 pieces of music. While this was a nice little treat that gamers got when purchasing the bundle, it was only a small sampling of the full soundtrack and fans wanted more. Now they’ll get that chance as Symphony No. 5 (the ones behind Twilight Princess’ music) have officially announced the release date for the complete original soundtrack to Twilight Princess HD.

The full and complete soundtrack to this Zelda gamewill be released in Japan on July 27th, at a cost of ¥4,611 yen (roughly $43.20 USD). This album will contain all 108 songs from the game and will also include a badge depicting Link (for first print copies only), as well as a poster. The original soundtrack will come in a three disc format with the first disc containing 40 songs, the second disc containing 37 songs, and the third disc containing 31 songs.

You can check out the full lineup of songs below (thanks to Nintendo Everything for the translation):

Disc 1


Teaser Music #1

Menu Select

Ordon Village

Ordon Ranch

Goats Herding

Inside a House



Faron Woods



Midna’s Theme

Hyrule Castle Falls

Meeting Princess Zelda

Light Spirit’s Elegy

The Vessel of Light Has Been Filled

Forest Temple

Mini Boss Battle #1

Boss Battle #1 (First Half)

Boss Battle #1 (Second Half)

Boss Defeated

Hyrule Field (Main Theme)

Hyrule Field (Night)

Battle (Twilight)

Howling Stone Song #1 (Song of Healing)

Kakariko Village

Death Mountain


Epona Rodeo

Sumo Start



King Bulblin

Saving Colin

Goron Mines

Boss Battle #2

Cargo Game (Twilight)

Howling Stone Song #2 (Requiem of Spirit)

Lake Hylia

Disc 2

Hyrule Castle Town

Agitha’s Theme

Fortune Reading

Posh Shop

Malo Mart

Zora’s Domain

Battle on Horse

Carriage Escort

Rutella’s Theme

Lakebed Temple

Mini Boss Battle Theme #3

Boss Battle Theme #3 (First Half)

Boss Battle Theme #3 (Second Half)

Midna’s Lament

Zelda’s Sacrifice

Howling Stone Song #3 (Prelude of Light)

Sacred Grove

Getting the Master Sword #1

Getting the Master Sword #2

Howling Stone Song #4

Gerudo Desert

Arbiter’s Ground

Mini Boss Battle Theme #4

Boss Battle Theme #4

Boss Defeated

Theme of the Sages


Howling Stone Song #5

Snow Sliding

Snowpeak Ruins

Open Chest

Item Get Fanfare

Small Item Get Fanfare

Boss Battle Theme #5 (First Half)

Boss Battle Theme #5 (Second Half)

Game Over

Trailer Theme (Hyrule Field) -Alternate Take-

Disc 3

Hidden Village

Howling Stone Song #6

Learning a Hidden Skill

Learning a Hidden Skill – Success Fanfare

Temple of Time

Boss Battle Theme #6 (First Half)

Boss Battle Theme #6 (Second Half)

Piece of Heart Get Fanfare

Hena’s Fishing Hole

Fishing Lure HIT!

Fishing Lure Get

Mini Game Success Fanfare

Plum’s Game

Rapids Ride

Illia’s Theme

City in the Sky


Mini Boss Battle Theme #2


Palace of Twilight


Hyrule Castle

The Final Battle #1

The Final Battle #2

Princess Zelda’s Theme

The Final Battle #3

The Final Battle #4

Midna’s True Form

Staff Roll #1

Parting with Midna

Staff Roll #2

There is currently no word yet on when the soundtrack will be released in the other regions. Stayed tuned to Zelda Informer though as we’ll let you know as soon as we find out!

What do you think of this announcement? Will you be shelling out some hard earned rupees when this gets released in Japan? Let us know in the comment below!

Source: Symphony No. 5 (via Nintendo Everything)

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