Materia Collective has announced that Ballads of Hyrule, a new album of Legend of Zelda orchestral arrangements, is now available for pre-order.
Ballads of Hyrule has been arranged by award-wining composer, Rozen, and features new orchestral arrangements of 15 tracks from Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda series.
The album – which includes music from Breath of the Wild, Link’s Awakening, and Ocarina of Time – is the follow-up Rozen’s 2017 work, Sins of Hyrule.
You can listen to two preview tracks, Kass’s Theme and Zora’s Domain, on the album’s Bandcamp page.
Rozen says of the album:
“Ballads of Hyrule is the spiritual antithesis to Sins of Hyrule. The goal is to draw you into the more contemplative side of the lands of Hyrule; a nocturnal walk that feeds on the gifts left by the three goddesses: Nayru, Farore and Din, captured in nature.”
Here’s the full track-list:
Ballads of Hyrule by Rozen tracklist
- Fairy’s Tears
- Ballad of the Windfish
- Lost in the Wind
- Sheik’s Devotion
- Kass’s Theme
- Moonlit Stroll on Dragon Roost Island
- Zora’s Domain
- Serenade of Water
- Kakariko Village
- Stables ~ Epona
- Come Visit From Time to Time
- Song of Storms
- Nayru’s Love
- Din’s Fire
- Farore’s Wind
Ballads of Hyrule is available to pre-order via Bandcamp ahead of its release on May 1, 2018.
The album is priced at $10 for digital formats, and $25 on CD. It will also be released on a four-panel digipak CD, and a $35 limited run vinyl.
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