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Final Fantasy VII
Birth of a God / Bizarro Sephiroth
Piano Submitter(s): Andrew Grisafi
MP3  
Download: [Download (4417.87k)]
Comment: No Comment
Birth of a God / Bizarro Sephiroth
Piano Submitter(s): Andrew Grisafi
MIDI  
Download: [Download (35k)]
Comment: No Comment
Aeris' Theme
Classical Submitter(s): Andy Lusk
MP3  
Download: [Download (2412.12k)]
Comment: I am applying to York University in a few weeks and this is one of the pieces I recorded to submit with my application. I really liked how it turned out and I figured this was the perfect place to share it with peopleŠI just converted some sheet music I found on the net to guitar, more or less, and it came out sounding like this. If you deem it worthy, please, send it to the ears of the masses so that we might rejoice in sorrow again and remember the brunette beauty and her tragic slaying!
Cid's Theme
Metal Submitter(s): Chris Carroll
MP3  
Download: [Download (1064k)]
Comment: No Comment
Jenova
Metal Submitter(s): Chris Carroll
MP3  
Download: [Download (1370k)]
Comment: No Comment
You Hear the Cry ~ A Cappella
Classical Submitter(s): DragonAvenger
MP3  
Download: [Download (1672k)]
Comment: This was an experiment by me to see if I could create a replica of the original track from FF7 using only my voice. It required a lot of listening, recording, editting, and plenty of retakes, but I was able to get something that sounded close to the original yet was different.
Falling Stars
Trance Submitter(s): FFMusicDJ
MP3  
Download: [Download (11693.87k)]
Comment: No Comment
String Machine (Corel Prison Mix)
Trance Submitter(s): FFMusicDJ
MP3  
Download: [Download (6789.87k)]
Comment: No Comment
The Corinthian
Classical Submitter(s): Francis "Fermat's Last Theorem" Gayon
MP3 The Grand Audition 2007 - Final Round (Where the Sidewalks End) Winner
Download: [Download (8494.28k)]
Comment: A fallen caryatid
crushed beneath the weight
but beautiful none the less.
A martyr of strength
not of the body
but of the will.
Knowing she is crushed
but persisting on,
bearing her load,
in her own special triumph.
She is not beaten
for she endures that burden
too large for her
because it is her own.
and therein lies her beauty.
-Shel Silverstein
When I selected "The Caryatid" as my subject poem, I was immediately able to narrow down my choices for my main theme to two, both from the Final Fantasy series: Yuna's Suteki da ne and Aerith's Theme. Both were women who carried such responsibility on their shoulders. But then I thought that Aerith fit the poem better, as in it, the caryatid ends up broken but persists on carrying her burden. Similarly, Aerith died and yet it was her who ended the game with her prayers for Holy and her guidance of the Lifestream.... I, then, selected a complementary theme and ended up with Theme of Sadness. I went almost a la Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf with this one: the strings representing the caryatid; the brasswinds, the burden she carries; the woodwinds are just that, winds, caressing the caryatid as time passes; the percussions appear here and there, but they mostly add "weight" to the "burden" of the brasswinds.
I would have let the music speak for itself, as it IS a symphonic poem, but noting that some listeners, even those whom I knew personally, misinterpreted my Across Time, Across Worlds in Round 2, I shall go ahead and explain some evocations I used. Please check the forums if you wish to see the details.I know that there already exists a beautiful arrangement of Aerith's Theme and it certainly put some pressure on me. I hope I didn't mangle this classic; that most of you like it; and if not, then I hope that it was, at least, bearable.
Composed using Sibelius 4 and rendered, as always, by Kouen using SONAR 6.
Vincent's Theme
Tabs Submitter(s): Gianpiero
TXT  
Download: [Download (9.17k)]
Comment: No Comment
I Bet Jenova Can't Get Up That Hill
Trance Submitter(s): Isvaffel
MP3  
Download: [Download (1134k)]
Comment: No Comment
Yip Yip Wroom
Classical Submitter(s): Isvaffel
MIDI  
Download: [Download (6.06k)]
Comment: No Comment
Ahead on Our Way
Classical Submitter(s): Jeffrey Osmon
MIDI  
Download: [Download (7.2k)]
Comment: No Comment
Cloud Strife, Symphonic Biography
Classical Submitter(s): Jormungand
MP3  
Download: [Download (8510k)]
Comment: No Comment
You Can Hear the Cry of the Ancients
Classical Submitter(s): Josh Brown
MP3  
Download: [Download (1450.84k)]
Comment: Hello, RPGamer! This is my first submission, but not my first remix of a theme. Anyhoo, this is basically You Can Hear the Cry of the Planet with a bit of a change (first and foremost, there are drums in it rather than no drums!) and some rearrangement. Actually, this is how I would've made the theme had I been given the conductor's baton.
Still More Fighting
Rock Submitter(s): Justin Quesenberry
MP3  
Download: [Download (7594.12k)]
Comment: One of my co-workers commissioned me to cover/arrange 2 of the battle themes from FF7. The cost to him? Two meals from Subway. Anyways, the first I did the was the regular Battle Theme.
Don Corneo I am Ready to Fight
Metal Submitter(s): Justin Quesenberry
MP3  
Download: [Download (4280k)]
Comment: One of my co-workers commissioned me to cover/arrange 2 of the battle themes from FF7. The cost to him? Two meals from Subway. Anyways, this is the second one I did.
Aeris's Theme
Classical Submitter(s): L. Spiro
MP3  
Download: [Download (3652.73k)]
Comment: No Comment
Underneath the Rotting Pizza
Rock Submitter(s): Mark Phippen
MIDI  
Download: [Download (22.09k)]
Comment: No Comment
Soundtrack Review
Sheet Music Submitter(s): Michael Cunningham (Macstorm)
TXT  
Download: [Download (12.92k)]
Comment: Being extremely fond of Uematsu's work on the Final Fantasy VII OST, I was excited to see how Hamaguchi's arrangement would turn out. Read on to find out.
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