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Submitted by Pozzle 606d ago | opinion piece

Flute Boy’s Meadow – Deku Palace

ZD: Despite being released in the late nineties and early 2000, the Nintendo 64 Zelda games both had excellent music for their time. I don’t want to get into which was better since I hold both games in high regard in their own right, but this week I realized that I have not given much attention to the soundtrack of Majora’s Mask and hope to remedy that.

Today’s music feature is looking at the “Deku Palace” theme from Majora’s Mask, a favorite for many people. I often say I enjoy songs for their simplicity, but that really only applies to the softer tunes. My favorite part of “Deku Palace” is its complexity. With its blend of exotically upbeat themes and a very memorable melody it is easy to see why. (Retro, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask)

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