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NerdTunes: Hyrule Field

Author: Danielle Crowder
01-Mar-2016

Category: Video

NerdTunes is where I talk about, and share my favorite pieces of music from video games, and other forms of entertainment.

The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess Hyrule Field screenshot


Now what NerdTunes is where I talk about, and share my favorite pieces of music from video games, and other forms of entertainment. This was inspired by Zelda Universe's weekly feature known as Music Monday, however they haven't been putting up new posts for Music Monday for a while now so I want to continue that through this, because you never knew what music they were gonna post about next, and one things that was great about it is the music. Music is something that can get us through rough times especially this day of the week, and everyone's going back to work, school or going through hard times, and I figured this would be a way help you guys get through the day, and also I wanna be able to share my favorites with you guys,

So with the all new HD Remaster of The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess releasing this Friday. I thought I start off NerdTunes with one of my favorite pieces of music from the game, Hyrule Field, and of course I'm referring to the theme we during the day not during the night, because the music we hear during the night really creeps me out.

There are many version, styles, and covers for this, but I will always enjoy the orchestra version from the Twilight Princess symphonic movement  from The Legend of Zelda Symphony of The Goddess concert the most. I love the many horns that emphasizes that bold tone you feel when you're traversing Hyrule Field on Epona, and the many beautiful instruments that accompany it, and how does justice for the piece itself, because Mr. Aonuma wanted bring in a Orchestra for the music for the game, and it's a shame that Orchestra music wasn't brought into the Wii U version of the game. Not only that but it was used in a collaboration of theme in the overture for the concert.



(Note: Due to not being able to find just the Hyrule Field piece from the movement I had to upload the entire Twilight Princess symphonic movement, but please enjoy.)

Anyway I know that there are many other favorites from the game, but this just one of my many favorites from the game, and let me know what's your favorite music from The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess is, and I try my best to do this every Monday, if I'm not able to at the time then I'll make it up to you guys somehow. if you want to keep up to date on all the NerdTunes updates for Otsku Talk, be sure to click the follow icon at the top banner. And let me know if you want more posts about music or on other stuff I should write about let me know. I would really like to talk to you guys, and discuss about everything regarding music, or you can say just hi :-).

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