New Final Fantasy Compilation Album Being Released In 2012

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Fans of Final Fantasy’s first three games (and their soundtracks) will be happy to hear that there will be a new album containing piano arrangements of some of the tunes that appear in these games will be released in the near future. In fact, this collection, entitled Piano Opera Final Fantasy I/II/III, will be released in Japan on February 29, so start saving if you love both piano arrangements and Final Fantasy soundtracks.

The official site is now open. On it, one can see both a track list (in Japanese) and a message from Nobuo Uematsu, who created the iconic soundtracks and is supervising the project (also in Japanese). A sample of the “Prelude” rings through the speakers (or headphones). A price has been revealed, which is ¥2,800, which converts to $35.90USD or $35.33AUD. Click on this link to go to the official site. Below is the cover of the album.

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  • Anonymous

    I really enjoy the music to the FF series.   Nobuo Uematsu does really amazing work. $35 is a bit pricey, but I’m sure it’s well worth it.

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