The Traditional Music of Final Fantasy

The Traditional Music of Final Fantasy

Ah Final Fantasy! Their worlds full of color, magic and battles bring with them much more than the powers of crystals or the beautiful countryside of the various kingdoms can show, but an unmistakable and unforgettable soundtrack.

Be the games, be the manga, be the anime or any other type of media platform… The Japanese game Final Fantasy keeps your music major themes, unmistakable by fans to command the trip between friends of Noctis, Gladiolus, Ignis and Prompto or in the toughest wars of Cloud Strife against Sephiroth or Ace and the Class Zero. The familiar sound of the series carries with it a friendly tone that unite fans of the saga, whether from old or new games.

The various games in the series have several soundtracks, however, the compositions of Nobuo Uematsu, Masashi Hamauzu, Hitoshi Sakimoto and Junya Nakano, that became classics of games, are always present, be the first games released in the late 80s or for upcoming 2016 releases.

"Prelude", "Aerith's Theme", "Price Of Freedom", "To Zanarkand", "Terra", "Loss of Me" among others, are some of the songs of the series that are always present. With new arrangements but keeping their essences, the soundtrack to Final Fantasy values the memory of the game and enter these features in a contemporary context that embraces the cause and keeps alive the memory of the music of one of the greatest and most loved games in the world.

May the Force be with you, ladies and gentlemen  

Karen K. Kremer

 

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