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angelbum22 Sep 13, 2009

If you've played this game you know i's got a great soundtrack!! Does anybody know where you can download some of the songs in this game? Is there gonna be a soundtrack released? Please help me!! I need answers!!

avatar! Sep 13, 2009

As far as I can tell, little-to-none of the soundtrack is original.
It's all taken from classic music. In particular, I know they use music from the opera Carmen by Bizet. I think they also use music from Verdi, and another piece by... his name escapes me now, but I'll think of it later. Anyway, my suggestion is to listen to classical music smile

cheers,

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angelbum22 Sep 14, 2009

I know alot of it isn't original but I really enjoy the renditions of the masterpieces in the game. I like the little touches and changes that Yutaka Minobe adds to certain pieces. One of my favorites is his arrangement of Rhapsody in Blue during the broadcaster battle. I hope they make a soundtrack!!

TerraEpon Sep 14, 2009

I thought I read that Yoko Shimomura did a few arrangements (there's an 18 minute 'promo' flaoting around of it) and the rest was original by someone else.

jb Sep 14, 2009

The classical rearranges of songs in Mad Maestro are excellent, too. smile

Qui-Gon Joe Sep 14, 2009

TerraEpon wrote:

I thought I read that Yoko Shimomura did a few arrangements (there's an 18 minute 'promo' flaoting around of it) and the rest was original by someone else.

I think I remember an interview with the devs in which it was stated that she only did one track (two at most?)... Bolero, I believe.

avatar! Sep 15, 2009

Qui-Gon Joe wrote:
TerraEpon wrote:

I thought I read that Yoko Shimomura did a few arrangements (there's an 18 minute 'promo' flaoting around of it) and the rest was original by someone else.

I think I remember an interview with the devs in which it was stated that she only did one track (two at most?)... Bolero, I believe.

Yeah that's the piece whose name I had forgotten! Ravel's Bolero. I know that's in LKS.
So pretty much, as far as I can tell, the game uses very well known classical pieces. Hey, that's not a bad thing at all...

cheers,

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TerraEpon Sep 16, 2009 (edited Sep 16, 2009)

The promo has this:

-Music Credits-

Music Arranged by Yoko Shimomura

"Chanson du Toreador" and "Habanera" from "Carmen"
Composed by Georges Bizet

"Dance of the Little Swans" from "Swan Lake"
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

"Gnossienne No. 1" composed by Erik Satie

"La Campanella" composed by Franz Liszt

"Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from "The Nutcracker"
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

"Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen" composed by Gustav Mahler


Just under 20 minutes long, and no Bolero (which was used in the trailer. Never played the game so dunno if it's there too)

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