01 Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV [FINAL FANTASY IV] 02 The Sorrow of Parting [FINAL FANTASY V] 03 Save Them [FINAL FANTASY VI] 04 Red Wings ~ Kingdom Baron [FINAL FANTASY IV] 05 Searching for Friends [FINAL FANTASY VI] 06 My Home, Sweet Home [FINAL FANTASY V] 07 Kefka [FINAL FANTASY VI] 08 Theme of Love [FINAL FANTASY IV] 09 Final Fantasy V Main Theme [FINAL FANTASY V] 10 Clash on the Big Bridge [FINAL FANTASY V] 11 Dancing Mad [FINAL FANTASY VI] 12 Troian Beauty [FINAL FANTASY IV]
Let your imagination wander to the far distant places where knights ride off to battle and black mages call forth their summon beasts. Final Fantasy IV-VI are representatives of the Japanese RPG, Nobuo Uematsu's music inspires generations of gamers with their classiness. Bitrates were low in those days, yet nothing could hide the beauty if those melodies, now, the music producer is back himself to produce the piano arrangements of his themes. From the emotional pieces to the battle music to the medleys that takes listeners around all the fascinating spots in the game, the soundtrack brings back the good old times and sooth away fatigue.
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tphi(16) on 22, Dec. 2012 19:20 (HKT)
Some tracks are really well remixed (Searching for Friends, Clash on the Big Bridge), other are meh. Still a great buy for nostalgic fans of the SNES era.
cignus-ustus(12) on 09, Jun. 2012 23:02 (HKT)
Enjoyables piano pieces
In this album, we find some melodies already arranged in the Piano Collections series. The new renditions are interesting. As for the newly piano arranged songs, they are really enjoyable. ""Dancing Mad" is surprising, all the parts of this song are here.
Not a great album, but a very pleasant one.
BH(14) on 07, Jun. 2012 22:16 (HKT)
Although some of the titles on this album were already arranged for the preexisting piano collections, these titles sound here at least as good with Hiroyuki Nakayama. Highlights are 'The Sorrow of Parting', the 'Main Themes' and of course 'Dancing Mad'. Eventually every title is worth a listen and represents wonderful moments in the Final Fantasy games. Highly recommended!
fenixdown83(13) on 06, Jun. 2012 09:12 (HKT)
Even better than the previous Piano Opera
As great as the Piano Opera Final Fantasy I/II/III album is, the IV/V/VI album is vastly superior. A great selection of pieces from the represented games, including some pieces that had not been officially arranged for piano before. And those that had were given a more stylized approach than on the IV-VI Piano Collections. This CD is definitely a buy.
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