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Final Fantasy "The Wind Chapter" "The Fire Chapter" Soundtrack

ファイナルファンタジー「風の章」「炎の章」 サウンドトラック
Catalog Number COCC-11741
Release Date May 21, 1994
Publish Format Commercial
Release Price 2800 JPY
Media Format CD
Classification Original Soundtrack
Published by Nippon Columbia / /
Composed by Masahiko Satoh / , Nobuo Uematsu /
Arranged by
Performed by Shigeri Kitsu / , Mishio Ogawa /
Lyrics by 阿字谷蹴人

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Opening Theme 1:13
02 The Forerunner of a Storm 1:04
03 Starting on a Journey 1:40
04 Chocobo's Theme ~ Prettz has Come! 1:14
05 Rouge, the Airship Pirate, Appears! 1:46
06 The Spirit of the Woods 1:14
07 Linaly's Flight 0:53
08 The Temple of the Wind 1:50
09 Prettz's Onslaught 0:52
10 Theme of the Iron Wing 1:35
11 Into the Temple! 1:20
12 The Crisis of the Crystal ~ Info Deathgyunos 1:06
13 The Secret of the Crystal 0:49
14 Firefly Linaly 1:04
15 Elemental Travel (No. 1) 2:07
16 Prettz's Theme 3:01
17 Linaly's Theme 3:18
18 Valcus Appears 1:40
19 Single Combat: Prettz vs. Valcus 0:43
20 To Rouge Island ~ Valcus' Love Theme 2:12
21 The Emergence of the Crystal 1:12
22 Mid, the Ghostly Boy Appears 2:14
23 Prettz and Valcus are Captive 1:40
24 Prettz's Spectacular Fight 0:54
25 Bailout 1:39
26 Attack by Deathgyunos 1:19
27 The Destruction of Rouge Island 1:08
28 Prettz Returns Alive 1:12
29 Elemental Travel (No. 2) 2:07
30 Rouge's Theme 2:33
31 Valcus' Theme 2:32
Disc length 49:11

Notes

M01 is an arrangement of "Ahead on Our Way" from Final Fantasy V by Nobuo Uematsu.
Masahiko Satoh also incorporates Uematsu's "Chocobo"-theme and the "Battle 1"-theme from Final Fantasy V into the score.

M15, M29
Lyrics: 阿字谷蹴人
Vocal: Shigeri Kitsu (木津茂理)
Chorus: Mishio Ogawa (小川美潮)

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Category
Animation
Platforms represented
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