Twilight Symphony

Artist Title
101 Zelda Reorchestrated Overture
102 Zelda Reorchestrated Back from the Spring
103 Zelda Reorchestrated Ordon Village
104 Zelda Reorchestrated Ordon Ranch
105 Zelda Reorchestrated Into the Twilight
106 Zelda Reorchestrated Midna
107 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrule Castle Overtaken
108 Zelda Reorchestrated Light Spirit's Message
109 Zelda Reorchestrated Faron Woods
110 Zelda Reorchestrated Ook and the Boomerang
111 Zelda Reorchestrated Twilit Parasite Diababa
112 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrule Field
113 Zelda Reorchestrated Kakariko Village
114 Zelda Reorchestrated Colin's Kidnapping and the Battle of Eldin Bridge
115 Zelda Reorchestrated Death Mountain
116 Zelda Reorchestrated Goron Guardian Dangoro
117 Zelda Reorchestrated History of Light and Shadow
201 Zelda Reorchestrated Lake Hylia
202 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrule Castle Town
203 Zelda Reorchestrated Rutela's Wish
204 Zelda Reorchestrated Ralis, Prince of the Zoras
205 Zelda Reorchestrated King of Shadows
206 Zelda Reorchestrated Midna's Lament
207 Zelda Reorchestrated Princess Zelda
208 Zelda Reorchestrated Sacred Grove
209 Zelda Reorchestrated Intermezzo
210 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrule Field at Night
211 Zelda Reorchestrated Waltz of the Bugs
212 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrulean Odd Jobs
213 Zelda Reorchestrated Fishing Hole
214 Zelda Reorchestrated Gerudo Desert
215 Zelda Reorchestrated Arbiter's Grounds
216 Zelda Reorchestrated Twilit Fossil Stallord
217 Zelda Reorchestrated Ganondorf's Exile
301 Zelda Reorchestrated Snowpeak Ruins
302 Zelda Reorchestrated Twilit Ice Mass Blizzeta
303 Zelda Reorchestrated Snowboarding
304 Zelda Reorchestrated A Door to the Past
305 Zelda Reorchestrated Ooccoo, Fellow Adventurer
306 Zelda Reorchestrated Twilit Arachnid Armogohma
307 Zelda Reorchestrated Hidden Village
308 Zelda Reorchestrated Ilia
309 Zelda Reorchestrated Twilit Dragon Argorok
310 Zelda Reorchestrated The Twilight Realm
311 Zelda Reorchestrated Ursurper King Zant
312 Zelda Reorchestrated Hyrule Castle
313 Zelda Reorchestrated Throne of the Demon Thief
314 Zelda Reorchestrated Blood, Spirit, & Hatred
315 Zelda Reorchestrated Dark Lord Ganondorf
316 Zelda Reorchestrated End Credits, Part I
317 Zelda Reorchestrated End Credits, Part II

Comments

Submitted by EzloSpirit on Mon, 2013 May 06 - 01:11

Twilight Symphony is my favorite album. I am talking overall. It is literally my favorite album, above all of the Beatles albums and Pokémon albums and other albums I love dearly.

As a close follower of ZREO since the completion of its OoT collection in late 2009, and as a devout fan of Twilight Princess itself, I had been looking forward to the release of Twilight Symphony for years. When I learned that 500 (later 1500) limited physical editions of the project were going to be released to non-backers--regrettably, I did not have the means to donate money online until after the TS Kickstarter had already been closed for a few months--I grabbed my wallet and forked over $53 without a second thought. And when I learned that TS was not going to be distributed via iTunes and Amazon and Google Play and etc., which was at the same time I learned ZREO would be shutting down, tears actually came out of my eyes. Because I was sad that the thousands of fans who did not have physical editions would not be able to support ZREO with their own purchases of the digital album. Which is a shame, really.

The album itself: legendary. The mastering is so...just perfect, you feel like you are in a concert hall, watching a live orchestra playing the music. The live choir really adds to this effect, and this and the other live soloists add a level of depth to the music that would otherwise have been impossible to attain without them; this music is truly alive. The arrangements are even better than the sources', which really says something about the level of talent that the ZREO team members and the others who helped them--including, as I was pleased to discover, Skotein of Pokémon Reorchestrated--possess.

I truly regret having missed yesterday's premiere of the epic Twilight Symphony video to celebrate TS's Radio Hyrule launch. Wait. Video‽ Yeah, there's pretty much a movie, too. ZREO decided not to let any medium go to waste and took the time to record gameplay footage and smash it all together into a massive music video that spans more than three hours. That is dedication, right there.

ZREO: thank you. For Twilight Symphony. For everything you have done over the past 9 years. (But especially for Twilight Symphony!) You brought Zelda music into the mainstream gaming community. You gave the scores new life using your musical expertise and technological finesse. Twilight Symphony was your final boss, and you slaughtered it (or in friendlier Zelda terms, you banished it to the Dark World) by producing the finest tribute to video game music of all time.

Now, the legend may be coming to an end, but its legacy shall live on forevermore.
(P.S. Sorry for the massive wall of text. XD)

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Fri, 2013 May 10 - 14:16

I couldn't agree more! :) This album was ZREO's crowning glory, and I couldn't think of a better way for them to end their story than with this as the grand finale. :D THIS. IS. AWESOME.

Submitted by Hammy on Tue, 2013 May 28 - 17:55

I also bought one of the physical copies. But yeah, I agree with everything that you said. The Twilight Symphony has been a long time in coming for me. I've been waiting for a good four years now. It was well worth the wait. :)