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Sound Fantasy Romancia

サウンド・ファンタジー・ロマンシア
Catalog Number BY30-5176
Release Date Nov 21, 1987
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price 3000 JPY
Media Format CD
Classification Original Soundtrack, Arrangement
Published by Apollon Music Industrial Corp. / /
Composed by Yuzo Koshiro / , Takahito Abe /
Arranged by Ikuro "Amadeus" Fujiwara
Performed by Romancia United Army, 山中リエ, 小野塚弓子
Lyrics by 中山理園

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Opening Gate of Romancia 3:58
02 Song of Romancia 3:42
03 Song of Azorba ~ Waltzing Celestial Waltz 4:49
04 Secret Amazing Maze ~ Castle to Castle 3:03
05 Ending Theme of Romancia 5:46
06 Opening Gate of Romancia <Vocal Version> ~Traveler in Dreams~ 3:24
07 Song of Romancia <Vocal Version> ~Zephyr of Romancia~ 3:43
08 Romancia Game Original Sound Medley ~from the Beginning to the End~ (Extracts) 15:08
Disc length 43:33

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Category
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Platforms represented
NES (Famicom)

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Notes

COMPOSERS: YUZO KOSHIRO (1, 6, 8), TAKAHITO ABE (2~5, 7, 8)
ARRANGER: IKURO "Amadeus" FUJIWARA

PLAYER: Romancia United Army (ロマンシア・ユナイテッド・アーミー)
VOCALS: 山中リエ (6), 小野塚弓子 (7)
LYRICS: 中山理園 (6, 7)


PRODUCER: KENICHI SATO
DIRECTOR: SYUSUKE Jayson KAWAHARA
SOUND DIRECTOR: TOTTO-chan TAKAGI
ASSISTANT ENGINEERS: YUZO TOKI (S. V. LABO), SEIJI NARITA (Cherry Island), JUN ARAKI (APPO SOUND PROJECT), YOSHIO UENO (APPO SOUND PROJECT), KEIKO YODA (APPO SOUND PROJECT)

RECORDING DATES & PLACES: SEP. 9~26, 1987
MEDIABUM ST., Cherry Island ST., APPO SOUND PROJECT, APOLLON RECORDING ST.

ILLUSTRATOR from FALCOM
DESIGN: STUDIO CA.

ALL THANKS TO: ALL PERSONS of FALCOM, KAYOKO ITO (MICRO CREATIVE), IMAGINE, LONG FRIEND


There is approximately 34 seconds of ambient bird sounds at the beginning of the first track.

Also the medley is actually a recording of someone playing the game, as you can hear some sound effects. And by judging the few number of those over the recording, it seems the person playing tried to preserve the music as much as possible.