Posted on October 07 2017 by Kristen G. Rosario
When music videos are done right, they can encapsulate a listener into what’s being played. The camera work, the location, and even the power of the melody can make something absolutely gorgeous. Take for instance the video we’re looking at today, as a musician takes the world of Zelda and gives it its own monumental presence.
Eileen Tan, Director of the 7 Notes Yamaha Music School in Frisco, Texas, recently brought Zelda music to life. The music video has the director dressed as Princess Zelda (from Breath of the Wild), wielding the Hylian Shield and Master Sword, while playing a Zelda piano medley.
What makes this work so well is the location chosen for this video. Tan and her team decided on somewhere (the Adriatica Village in McKinney, Texas) that gives the music its own space to breathe. What makes the video its own is the shots of Eileen traversing through the forests holding Link’s iconic sword and shield. It blends so well with the medley being played. Plus having a dynamic camera move around musician while she plays piano (with Master Sword on top) is pretty awesome too.
Other covers the music school have done include tunes from series like Pokémon, Star Wars, and even Super Mario. If you want more info about 7 Notes Yamaha Music School itself, then make sure to check out their official website. I hope to hear a lot more from them soon.
What did you think of this video? Will you be checking out any more from 7 Notes Yamaha Music School? Let us know in the comments below!