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Tour de Japon: Music from Final Fantasy

Catalog Number PPM-003
Release Date 2004
Publish Format Commercial, Enclosure
Release Price Not for Sale
Media Format DVD
Classification Arrangement, Live Event, Video
Published by Square Enix / /
Composed by Nobuo Uematsu /
Arranged by Shiro Hamaguchi /
Performed by New Japan Philharmonic / , Etsuyo Ota / , Tomoaki Watanabe / , Tetsuya Odagawa /

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Opening - Bombing Mission 4:37
02 Zanarkand 4:47
03 Ronfaure 4:36
04 Aeris's Theme 5:48
05 The Oath 5:44
06 Not Alone 4:41
07 Main Theme of Final Fantasy V 5:51
08 Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII 7:10
09 Theme of Love 4:56
10 Final Fantasy I-III Medley 2004 8:06
11 Opera “Maria and Draco” 13:32
12 New Tune from FF7 Advent Children 3:33
13 Final Fantasy Main Theme 3:55
Disc length 77:16

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Notes

Track 01: Final Fantasy VII
Track 02: Final Fantasy X
Track 03: Final Fantasy XI
Track 04: Final Fantasy VII
Track 05: Final Fantasy VIII
Track 06: Final Fantasy IX
Track 07: Final Fantasy V
Track 08: Final Fantasy VII
Track 09: Final Fantasy IV
Track 10: Final Fantasy I-III
Track 11: Final Fantasy VI
Track 12: Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
Track 13: Final Fantasy



Tour de JAPON music from FINAL FANTASY is a concert tour featuring music from the Final Fantasy video game series that toured Japan from March 12 to April 16, 2004. The concert was built upon the success of 20020220 music from FINAL FANTASY and featured numerous unreleased tracks during its tour.

The Yokohama performance (March 12, 2004) was recorded and released exclusively on DVD to fanclub members residing in Japan. It is the only source of unreleased arrangements, "Bombing Mission", "Zanarkand", "Ronfaure", "Not Alone", "Main Theme" (Final Fantasy V), and "Opera 'Mario and Draco'".

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