The Full Wiki

Main Theme: Misc

Advertisements
  

Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Main Theme of a game in the Final Fantasy series generally refers to the most recurrent theme in the game, which is sometimes the music heard while moving around the World Map.

Contents

Appearances

Advertisements

Final Fantasy

The main theme of the original Final Fantasy is simply called "Main Theme".

Final Fantasy II

The main theme of Final Fantasy II is simply called "Main Theme". A vocal arrangement of this theme, "The Promised Land" was included in the album Final Fantasy: Pray. Both main themes, those of the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II were released together on the same compilation, Final Fantasy I & II Original Soundtrack.

Final Fantasy III

"Eternal Wind" is the main theme of Final Fantasy III. A vocal arrangement was included in the album Final Fantasy: Love Will Grow.

Final Fantasy IV

The main theme in Final Fantasy IV is simply called "Final Fantasy IV Main Theme". It was included in the album Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon arranged in a traditional Irish style.

Final Fantasy V

The main theme of Final Fantasy V is simply called called "Main Theme of Final Fantasy V", and only plays during the opening movie. Arrangements of this theme include Four Hearts, which is played on the world map of Bartz's World.

Final Fantasy VI

"Terra", Terra Branford's theme, is the main theme of Final Fantasy VI during the World of Balance. It is one of the most popular video game tracks ever, with several rearrangements, both fan made and official, produced over the years. It has been included as a rearrangement in the albums Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale, Final Fantasy: Pray and Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VI.

"Searching for Friends" is the alternative theme heard during the World of Ruin. It is first played after the player acquires the Falcon.

Final Fantasy VII

The main theme of Final Fantasy VII is simply called "Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII". It was included as a orchestrated arrangement in the album Final Fantasy VII: Reunion Tracks. The piece is played on the world map during disc 1, before being replaced by "The North Cave" after the events taking part in Northern Crater.

Final Fantasy VIII

"Blue Fields" is the main theme of Final Fantasy VIII. It features a xylophone playing the central melody, this being the first time a synthesizer did not fulfill the role. The orchestrated rearrangement included in FITHOS LUSEC WECOS VINOSEC: Final Fantasy VIII did not include the xylophone, instead relying on a string section to play the central melody.

Final Fantasy IX

"Over the Hills" is the main theme of Final Fantasy IX. It is largely composed of the central melody of the song "Melodies of Life". The track is featured prominently in many stages of the game, including as the vocal performance during the ending. It is replaced on the world map during disc 4 with "Another Nightmare" .

Final Fantasy X

"Zanarkand" is the main theme of Final Fantasy X.

Final Fantasy X-2

"Eternity: Memory of Lightwaves" is the main theme of Final Fantasy X-2.

Final Fantasy XI

The main theme of Final Fantasy XI is the Vana'diel March.

Final Fantasy XII

"Opening Movie (Theme of FINAL FANTASY XII)" is the main theme of Final Fantasy XII. It is one of the longest main themes, reaching almost seven minutes, and despite its title, it isn't played during the opening cinematic.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The main theme of Final Fantasy Tactics is called "Hero's Theme".

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The main theme of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is simply called "Main Theme". A part of this song had been played at the songs "Vanishing World" and "The Place We Should Return To"

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Summer Vacation is the main theme of Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. It was made into "Putting Words Together", "Unfold the Map", "Premonition of Origin", "The End of The Tale" and "Words Put Together".

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Dissidia Final Fantasy's main theme is called "The Messenger", and has two alternate versions, "Chaos" and "Cosmos".

The Main Themes of the first ten games in the main series all play as "stage board" themes for each of the correspondent character's storyline.


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

Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message