Zelda's Lullaby: Ocarina of Time free piano sheet music by Koji Kondo
About the song
Nintedo gave birth to a legendary video game series named The Legend of Zelda.
Into that series also fits The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
The soundtrack was released by Nintendo Power magazine in 1998 in United Kingdom, having 35 tracks. But the Japanese version contained a bigger number of tracks, more precisely 85.
The soundtrack for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was created by the famous compositor Koji Kondo in 1998. Zelda’s Lullaby is considered to be the personal song of the eponymous character, Princess Zelda.
This song is also played in another games that belong to the Legend of Zelda concept, when there are scenes with the above mentioned Princess.
As far as that goes the history of Zelda’s Lullaby, the gamers are pleasantly surprised to discover an old tale about this lullaby: when Princess Zelda arrives to the Courtyard Castle, she finds out that this song was traditionally passed through generations of the Royal Family of Hyrule as a sign of confidence and trust.
As respects the melodic line, it is a very relaxing one.
Being a lullaby, the notes are softly settled in order to create the impression of drowsiness. Also, the song has a charming character, having the power to send the video player into the world of dynasties and princesses.
Kondo managed to create an intense lullaby that fits and outlines the story of the game. Using his skills into the area of digital arts, Kondo maintain the magical surroundings through the medium of this lullaby.
The song quickly entered into fans hearts and as a proof for Kondo’s success, several classical music singers reinterpreted this song in various ways.
Even so, there are plenty comments at youtube videos that support Kondo’s lullaby.
Therefore, Koji Kondo enjoyed a great success with this song and it was a source of inspiration for a big number of people. We also felt inspired by Kondo’s song and decided to offer you the beautiful piano notes. That’s how you can also reinterpret this song that sends you directly into the world of Zelda.
|Album:||The Legend of Zelda: Original Sound Track|
|Genres:||Video Game Music, Scountrack|