Game Music Concert 2 ~ The Best Selection (Orchestral Game Concert 2)(music related with Super NES)
Released: 28 Nov 1992
Play time: 1:08:51
Fans of classic music will love this one - second part of Game music concert contain another 18 famous game tunes re-arranged by Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. You can expect classic music with violin, bass, trumpets and everything what belongs to them. First half of CD are less known pieces, seconf one are mostly famous Final Fantasy ones. Though it's only "remake" of existing tunes, if you like classic music a lot, you can add three points to the rating.. :) [7/10]
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01 - Mother 2 - Because I Love You (3:11) 02 - Mother 2 - Eagle Land (2:31) 03 - Sim City - Village (4:37) 04 - Sim City - Town (4:46) 05 - Great Strategy Expert - Soldier's Rhapsody (5:42) 06 - Nobunaga's Ambition - Skyrocket (3:56) 07 - Nobunaga's Ambition - Distant Mountain River (3:45) 08 - Dragon Quest V - Palace Trumpet (2:25) 09 - Dragon Quest V - Bridal Waltz (3:36) 10 - Wizardry V - Opening (3:37) 11 - E.V.O. - In Admiration of Nature (4:12) 12 - E.V.O. - Sorrow (4:20) 13 - Otogirisou - Lingering Morning Mist (4:31) 14 - Otogirisou - Beyond the Sadness (3:35) 15 - Final Fantasy V - Opening Theme (4:40) 16 - Final Fantasy V - Waltz Clavier (3:06) 17 - Final Fantasy V - Town Theme (2:42) 18 - Final Fantasy V - Main Theme (3:39)
Record created/updated: 12. November 2002.
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