Get The Ocarina Of Time Soundtrack on Vinyl & CD

Get The Ocarina Of Time Soundtrack on Vinyl & CD

Looking for some Nostalgic music?

JesseCecchetto by JesseCecchetto on Mar 20, 2017 @ 01:53 PM
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Materia Collective has re-imagined The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time's epic and iconic soundtrack with a full 64-piece orchestra, which will be available for purchase on CD and digitally on March 27th with a Vinyl version to be released in the later months. Titled "Hero of Time", Materia Collective's project was successfully funded on Kickstarter after receiving over 50,000 from over 1,000 supporters. Orchestral recordings of The Legend of Zelda have been very popular in the last several years, says note arranger and project director Eric Buchholz. But while they have been increasingly common, Buchholz assures us that nobody has done it in quite this fashion.

They definitely received a substantial amount of supporters for a reason. We've never quite seen anything like this before, and finally, fans will be able to re-live their favorite moments from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time with the games most memorable soundtracks. "Hero of Time" is available for pre-order starting today. The full track listing is as follows:

01. Hero of Time
02. The Man with Evil Eyes
03. Fateful Morning
04. Hyrule Field
05. Castle Town Market
06. Princess Zelda
07. Lon Lon Ranch
08. Dungeon Dwellers
09. The Legendary Blade
10. Seven Years
11. Sheik
12. Memories of the Forest
13. Feast for the Fire Dragon
14. Dark Waters
15. Village of the Shadows
16. Spirit of the Valley
17. Courage, Wisdom, and Light
18. Ganon's Tower
19. Great King of Evil
20. The Desecration of Power
21. Epilogue ~ End Credits

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