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Aerith as depicted in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
The Reunion Tracks version of Aerith's Theme
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"Aerith's Theme" also known as "Aeris' Theme", is an important track in Final Fantasy VII, played at various stages of the game, during the fight with Jenova∙LIFE and during the preceding scene. The theme "Flowers Blooming in the Church" is a remix of Aeris's Theme.

Aerith's theme is played just after the infamous scene in which Sephiroth kills her. The music continues to play through the fight with Jenova∙LIFE, replacing J-E-N-O-V-A. It is also played during the ending after the final boss battle with Sephiroth when Cloud sees Aerith's hand representing the Lifestream.


Other Versions


Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

An arrangement of her theme titled "A Flower Blooming in the Slums (from Final Fantasy VII Aerith's Theme)" from the Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Original Soundtrack album, using piano and acoustic guitar.

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

A piano arrangement of the theme was included in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children's original soundtrack. The theme "Water" is based on Aerith's Theme, and plays at various parts of the film that focus on her, such as when her voice is heard on Cloud Strife's cellphone.

Final Fantasy VII: Reunion Tracks

Aerith's theme was one of the three tracks orchestrated and included in the album Final Fantasy VII: Reunion Tracks.

Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VII

A piano arrangement of the theme was included in the Piano Collections album of Final Fantasy VII

20020220 music from Final Fantasy

The version of Aerith's Theme included in the concert album 20020220 music from Final Fantasy features an orchestration arrangement produced by Nobuo Uematsu and Shiro Hamaguchi.

Suteki da ne Single

Aerith's theme is featured as a B-Side to RIKKI's Suteki da ne single. It is a vocal arrangement, and renamed Pure Heart ~ Aerith's Theme.



Nagaku tsukuzu kono michi no mukou ni
Shinjirareru mono ga kitto aru
Kaze no naka no tabibito no you ni
Kita no sora o mezashite ikeba
Kiekaketa atsui omoi
Mou ichido mune no naka de
Kagayaki yureru
Futari no sekai o tsutsumu
Namida nante koboshitakunai no
Yowai jibun ni makenai tame ni
Kazaranai kokoro dake ga
Motte iru me ni wa mienai
Ooki na tsubasa
Te o hiroge utainagara
Yuukyuu no toki ni dakare
Inochi o tsunagu
Nagaku tsukuzu kono michi no mukou ni
Shinjirareru mono ga kitto aru

English translation

Straight on this long, continuing road
There is surely something to believe in
Like a traveler in the midst of the wind
I have my eye on the northern sky
The passionate feelings
That were beginning to vanish
Once again sway
In radiance in my chest
I don't want the tears to spill
As so not to lose to my weaker self
In eyes holding only an unadorned spirit
There are great
Unseen wings
I open my arms while singing
To embrace the perpetuity of time
To be tied to life
Straight on this long, continuing road
There is surely something to believe in

Aerith's Theme and the Aria di Mezzo Carattere

Among many fans there exists the belief that Aerith's Theme may have been inspired by or based upon Final Fantasy VI's Aria di Mezzo Carattere. The reason for this stems from many similarities between the songs: the musical scales in which both tracks are written, D-major, similar chord changes, and the fact that they share several notes in their central melodies. There is no source, though, that points the Aria as being the base for Aerith's Theme.

External Links

  • Pure Heart ~ Aerith's Theme as featured on the Suteki da ne Single.
  • A notable fan vocal arrangement of Aerith's Theme.

This article uses material from the "Aerith's Theme" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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