Link was finally here. The center of time itself and the resting place of the all-powerful Master Sword. With all three Spiritual Stones in hand, young Link ventures into the empty porcelain and marble halls. He feels an intense energy around him as his eyes scan the marble surroundings, almost as if the Temple itself, or perhaps the ones that built it beckoned him. The young boy walks to the pedestal at the end of the hall.
The stones fly from Link's hand, to their rightful places. He watches them for a moment, feeling their powers as they radiated, mixing with the energies of the temple. Link takes a long breath as he pulls out the Ocarina.
The Temple reverberates with the sound of its holy song.
It was as if the gods were awakening. No sooner had Link finished than a violent tremor began rocking the temple. Link could feel his hear skip a beat as he briefly panicked.
"Look! Its opening!"
Navi's familiar voice brought the boy back into focus; this was no Earthquake. The trembling was the opening of the great doors, one of the final barriers to the Sacred Realm. Link's jaw fell in awe as he ran through the open doors. At last, the Master Sword! Taking his place before Link grasped the ancient blade's hilt and with all his might he pulled.
He was worthy.
The sword was plucked from its old resting place without a hitch. He had done it. The quest was over! Or so he thought. In his euphoria, Link had forgotten there was no rest for the wicked. Behind him, the sound of knocking. He felt a presence. An evil, familiar one. Link instinctively spun around, dragging the Master Sword behind him. The ancient doors had closed themselves without Link or Navi's notice. The knocking continued and it seemed like the doors were about to give way as evil itself began to fill the air. Now young Link know what beckoned him. It wasn't the Temple. It wasn't the power of time. It wasn't the gods.
Its was destiny.
And those are the feelings I got from listening to wonderful, masterful work, easily one of the best arranges of any song I have ever heard. Keep up the fine work.