Sun's Song

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Sun's Song
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Sun's Song from the Nintendo 64 version of Ocarina of Time

Games

Learned from

Instrument

How to Perform

→ ↓ ↑ → ↓ ↑
Y R A Y R A

Effect

Turns noon to midnight, and vice-versa

Related

The Sun's Song is a song featured in Ocarina of Time. It was composed by the Composer Brothers, Flat and Sharp.

Learning

After learning Zelda's Lullaby, Link can use the tune to access the Royal Family's Tomb in the Graveyard. After navigating through the short dungeon, the song is engraved on the wall at the end.

Uses

"The rising sun will eventually set, A newborn's life will fade. From sun to moon, moon to sun... Give peaceful rest to the living dead. Restless souls wander where they don't belong, bring them calm with the Sun's Song.[1]"

— Inscription beside the Sun's Song

The song is used to change night into day and vice versa. In addition, it can be used to stun ReDeads and Gibdos, preventing their stare.

How to play it

In the original Ocarina of Time, it was played using: → ↓ ↑ → ↓ ↑.

In Ocarina of Time 3D, it is played as follows: Y R A Y R A.

Gallery

References

  1. "The rising sun will eventually set, A newborn's life will fade. From sun to moon, moon to sun... Give peaceful rest to the living dead. This is an interesting poem... huh? Restless souls wander where they don't belong, bring them calm with the Sun's Song." — Inscription (with interjection from Navi), Ocarina of Time.