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When Square skipped over a Piano Collections project for Final Fantasy VII, fans were confused and saddened. After all, the Piano Collections arrangements. Soundtracks» High Quality FLAC Soundtracks» Final Fantasy VII - Piano Collections. Final Fantasy VII - Piano Collections. Format: High Quality FLAC. Composed & Produced by Nobuo Uematsu. 【作業用BGM】「クロノ・トリガー シンフォニー」より厳選メドレー("Chrono Trigger Symphony" Special Medley.
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About Ff7 piano collections Uematsu A prolific and versatile composer of popular video game and anime scores, most notably for the ubiquitous Final Fantasy game series, Nobuo Uematsu was born and raised in Kochi, Japan.
A self-taught piano player, he graduated from Kanagawa University and played keyboards in local bands, eventually finding work as a composer for radio commercials by sending out his music demos.
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He moved into the video game medium ff7 piano collections the mid-'80s when a friend offered work at the company then known as Squaresoft later Square Enix. There, he composed music for dozens of games, including the first Final Fantasy installment, released in In retrospect, "Cosmo Canyon" is probably the best arranged track on the album, although I still can't bring myself to list the original amongst my favorites.
Cute and bouncy, "Gold Saucer" is a nice change from the slower, more harmonic arrangements of the ff7 piano collections. The excellent blend of staccato notes and pedal suspensions certainly convey the atmosphere of the Gold Saucer well.
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This is not one of the harder pieces to play, but ff7 piano collections Saucer" will delight any pianist who holds a love for simple tracks. It lacks in flamboyance and flair and spends much of its time reveling in its sleepy melody. But if you're looking for an easy-to-master, lazy piece, then this one is the one for you.
An excellently arranged march, "Rufus' Welcoming Ceremony," like the "Gold Saucer," is easy on the ears because it deviates away from the popular soft arrangements that have graced this track. The harmony is played in the lower octaves, and the melody is quite loud, thus making this arrangement a powerful, loud, and impressive one.
The mysteriousness, uncertainty of the Jenova entity, the alien attacks, and the ethereal power, are all kept. This track upholds all of the aforementioned emotions in its ability to convey a desperate, alien, and enigmatic feel. Ff7 piano collections track is short, but ff7 piano collections fulfils much with its arpeggios and runs and powerful chords.
Though the piece can be performed in a very emotional and heartfelt way, the arrangement of the track fails to uphold the melancholy and heart-wrenching emotion that the original gave us.
The track was well received in the company, ff7 piano collections gave Uematsu "a sense that it was going to be a really good project".
The track has been ff7 piano collections Uematsu's "most recognizable contribution" to the music of the Final Fantasy series,  though the composer did not expect it to gain such popularity.