New Video: Hyrule Field as Performed Live at AOD 2014

What’s this, more Zelda? Why yes, it is! May we present “Hyrule Field” from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess for the eighth addition to our Live at AOD 2014 series complete with FREE download via our Bandcamp page should you feel so inclined. 😉

Psst: we’ve done this song before.

If you like it, please consider donating a buck or two when you download the audio to help us cover licensing and other production costs (yup, even “free” tracks need licensing!). Thanks!

CREDITS

Hyrule Field from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Music by Toru Minegishi, Asuka Ota, & Koji Kondo
Transcribed & Arranged by Christopher Pasillas

Piano — Christopher Pasillas
Violin — Xander Abbe
Cello — Matthew Class
Sax — Jerome Holmes & Dan Heflin
Flute — Jennifer Ridout
Drums — Taylor Rankin

Audio — Joe Kaplan, Stephen Escobedo, & Bill Rudolph
Cameras — Oscar Cwajbaum & Blair Baker
Editing — Blair Baker

Many thanks to Oscar Cwajbaum & Joe Kaplan for their help recording the show! Find more of Oscar’s camera work here.

The Legend of Zelda is a copyright of Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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