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Great Fairy Fountain Theme (Legend of Zelda)


Uploaded on Dec 8, 2015

If you've ever played a Legend of Zelda game, you've probably heard this song before. It is frequently the theme for the start menu and fairy fountains in the series, and is one of its most iconic melodies.

The melody is quite simple, however the piece is brilliant because of the ingenious countermelody that makes the 2 part piece sound full.

For this arrangement, I decided to feature the harp playing the main melody and then transition through multiple 20th/21st century styles in order to put the main melody in a new light without subtracting from its original beauty.

I hope you like it and thanks for listening!


Shoutout to Jason Puma for writing 4 measures of the drum part in the latin section.

Arrangement Zelda Zelda Arrangement Koji Kondo Great Fairy Fountain Video Game Soundtrack Latin Hip-Hop Orchestral Classical Swing Jazz Big Band Harp Feature Cool Drum Part I don't know how to write drum parts

Pages 19
Duration 03:22
Measures 71
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 25
Part names Flute, Oboe, Harp, Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(4), Trombone(4), Guitar, Piano, Bass, Percussion, Violin(2), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
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… Speechless ive played the Legend of Zelda games since I was a child I got so obessed this is amazing
lol I played four swords and heard this at the start and end
I used to listen to this arrangement all the time, I'm so glad I found it again.
Wow!! Congratulations, you are amazing.
I can honestly say I've never heard anything on Musescore as cool as this. I love it !
lol thank you for the praise but I think I can point you towards some cooler pieces: mollymop has some nice tunes piannochio's "city under water" is probably my favorite on this site and there are plenty of other medleys that are well orchestrated.
Well! This is interesting! I like the odd approach to it. Never heard a jazz version of this song before.
Thanks, for this one i tried to arrange it in as many different styles as possible. Jazz was actually pretty easy to do, you just gotta swing it. I think the biggest challenge was finding a decent latin groove to put behind it
Captures the song perfectly in the beginning and the jazz finishes it perfectly.
This is just captivating i love it. I love the jazzy part you added it give the song a great beat and feel to it
lol. I think they use harp in the original so yea.
WOW! I fell in love with this! This is simply amazing! I love the Drum parts & how the piece transitions, this is truly a great work! :D
Thank you so much! I'm glad you enjoyed it