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Farewell King Hyrule

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Jan 3, 2011 | 12:12 AM EST
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2.5 MB
2 min 42 sec
4.48 / 5.00

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Rated 4.48 / 5 stars
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Ahhh. Wind Waker. What a wonderful game. The story is so innocent and lighthearted...and then you go to it's all dark and sad. Being a pianist, I know that there are few instruments who can immitate what this wonderful instrument can express. Even in digital form, the expressive qualities are endless. I hope you enjoy this sad piece of music. Please rate and comment. Sheet music is available in PDF format. Just PM me for a free copy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wonder........

I read a lot of people heted this game but I love it was fun especially molgera's Battle.

McSwainy responds:

The Wind Waker is one of my personal favorite Zelda games. Most people said they hated the visual style, but I loved the Cel-Shaded look. It fit the mood of the game perfectly. Molgera's Battle is a fantastic piece. I have been playing around with the idea of doing an orchestral arrangement of the it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


One of the few audio submitters that can actually read and write music. I'm very impressed by the piece due to me being a zelda fan and due to the fact that this is a rather brilliant arrangement. You sir are very talented. I think all your stuff is great and you should keep up the good work :)

McSwainy responds:

Thank you very much. I work hard on all of my music. I am a classically trained pianist, and I'm currently studying music composition at a University. It is nice to see that all my hard work doesn't go unnoticed!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


If I was a bladder on the verge of exploding and then felt the sweet sweet feeling of relief then it would probably be something like this song. It starts off a bit slow but then progresses into a big pile of epicalocity. But sadly I feel it isn't perfect and must give you a score thats fits such a judgment. A 9 for you.

McSwainy responds:

Well thank you...I think. LOL. No, thanks for the comment. I actually wrote this arrangement back in like 10th grade. I just thought some people might enjoy it. Yes, it's not perfect, and a digital rendering could never do the piece justice. I'm hoping to get live recordings of all the piano pieces done sometime in the spring. If so, I'll reupload all the piano pieces with the live recordings.