The Legend of Zelda: 30th Anniversary Concert – Tracklist for the CDs and DVDs

A few weeks ago, it was announced that Nippon Columbia would release the Legend of Zelda: 30th Anniversary Concert album on February 15th in Japan. It includes the full recording of one of the orchestra concerts held in Japan for the 30th Anniversary of the Legend of Zelda series last year (the one on October 16th, actually). The Limited Edition even includes a DVD with a video recording of the concert.

If you’re wondering what tracks can be found on this album, here’s the tracklist for both CDs, but also the DVD from the Limited Edition:

Disc 1 (CD 1)

  1. Hyrule Castle
  2. Zelda’s Lullaby
  3. The Wind Waker Medley
  4. Ocarina Melodies Medley
  5. Boss Battle Themes Medley
  6. A Link Between Worlds & Tri Force Heroes Medley
  7. Skyward Sword – Staff Roll

Disc 2 (CD 2)

  1. The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary Symphony
  2. Minor Songs Medley
  3. Gerudo Valley
  4. Ocarina of Time: Hyrule Field
  5. Great Fairy Theme
  6. Twilight Princess Medley
  7. The Legend of Zelda Main Theme

Disc 3 (DVD)

  1. Hyrule Castle
  2. Zelda’s Lullaby
  3. The Wind Waker Medley
  4. Boss Battle Themes Medley
  5. A Link Between Worlds & Tri Force Heroes Medley
  6. Skyward Sword – Staff Roll
  7. The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary Symphony
  8. Gerudo Valley
  9. Great Fairy Theme
  10. Twilight Princess Medley
  11. The Legend of Zelda Main Theme

Here’s a reminder about the contents of both editions (along with some pre-order links):

  • limited edition (2 CD + DVD, 5 500 Yen + taxes), which comes with a DVD featuring a recording of the performance (as it was displayed on the screen, on stage), but also a CD stand, and some badges. Comes in a special box. [CD Japan / Amazon]
  • regular edition (2CD, 3 000 Yen + taxes) [CD Japan / Amazon]

NB: affiliate links.

The Legend of Zelda: 30th Anniversary Concert album comes out on February 15th in Japan.

Source: Amazon


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