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Submitted by Pozzle 963d ago | video

Kyle Landry Performs Incredible Ocarina of Time Medley

ZD writes: Professional pianist player and teacher Kyle Landry has stunned his supporters and viewers with a spectacular video showcasing his ability to play an Ocarina of Time medley to perfection. His piano playing is fast and flowing providing the listener with a beautiful Zelda-themed atmosphere to reminisce in and reflect on the different elements of Hyrule experienced in the much-loved title. Kyle performs compositions such as the ocarina warp songs, “Gerudo Valley”, “Link’s House”, “title theme”, and a few others in this amazing medley.

Interested in taking a listen to this Ocarina of Time medley? Hit the jump and be prepared for some of the most fantastic Zelda composition-playing to have ever reached your ears! (3DS, Retro, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

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DwightOwen  +   963d ago
AWESOME!!!

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