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Submitted by GoldenElf 821d ago | article

The Legend of Zelda Symphony Opens at the Sydney Opera House

Tynan Muddle at Aussie-Gamer.com writes: "Fans of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra last night were given a crash course in high-brow video gaming of the highest order as Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series filled the Sydney Opera House with beautiful music."

While there are similar shows that showcase other game series soundtracks, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is the first in the world to feature a complete 4-movement symphony with arrangements approved by Nintendo Composer and Sound Director Koji Kondo and Series Producer Eiji Aonuma. The performance is conducted by the graceful Irish-born Eimear Noone whose videogame pedigree includes World of Warcraft, Starcraft II and Diablo III." (Culture, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses)

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