E3 Overture

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On September 13, 2012 the E3 performance was swapped for a better quality Symphony of the Goddesses performance.


Submitted by Epicsword3 on Mon, 2012 Mar 12 - 01:01


Submitted by DarkZoraLink on Sun, 2012 Apr 01 - 17:52

the soundtrack came with the initial release of skyward sword. check online and you can probably find a download link. i have it as i got Skyward Sword the day it came out.

Submitted by Epicsword3 on Wed, 2012 Jun 06 - 01:17

It did not come with the disk becuase i have the disk becuase i pre-ordered the game.

Submitted by EzloSpirit on Thu, 2012 Jul 05 - 22:56

Unfortunately, as Epicsword3 has said, the E3 Overture is not available on the 25th Anniversary Symphony CD that came with Skyward Sword. This overture contains some passages that can be heard as parts of tracks on that CD, but this is a totally separate arrangement from those heard on the CD. And it's a shame, really, because the CD lacks tracks that contain much diversity in tunes within them. I mean, that opening medley only contains about four or five different tunes. This overture contains at least seven.

But, yeah, Nintendo should do something about that. Glad it's on RH, though. It's absolutely wonderful. I think I almost cried while I was watching this live on G4 last year.

Submitted by mikejcsauer on Tue, 2013 Apr 23 - 23:18

I don't think this should be called E3 overture.... Because.. It's played at the beginning of each symphony of the goddesses concert.

LOVE this song.

Submitted by Alden Duquette on Sun, 2013 Sep 08 - 17:30

This was the overture they played at E3, when they first announced the coming of the 25th Anniversary Symphony and the subsequent Symphony of the Goddesses. You might be thinking of this one: http://radiohyrule.com/song/legend-of-zelda-25th-anniversary-symphony-25th-anniversary-medley

If you're not, and you really do mean this one, then... well, I don't remember hearing it when I went to go see SotG, so you must be lucky! :P In any event, this song takes its name from its original appearance, regardless of any existing later ones.