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More information can be found on the Public Transport Victoria website. Only tickets purchased from our official ticketing partner; Ticketek, are valid for this event. Tickets purchased through any other sources may not be valid and you may not be admitted into the show. Map Public Transport Parking Login. Search for:. Live recording of an orchestral concert of arranged music from the series, performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra on February 20, at the Tokyo International Forum.
Reached 54 on the Japanese Oricon music charts. Sold over 7, copies. Licensed fanmade album of remixes made and sold by KFSS studios. A Gold Edition with a second CD released only to pre-orderers on June 22, with a length of February 19, Sold over 23, copies. March 10, Album of Japanese vocal arrangements. Contains a hidden instrumental track. Sold over 5, copies. December 22, Sold over 11, copies. February 15, Live recording of an orchestral concert of arranged music from the series, performed by an orchestra on May 16, at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Californiaalong with guest artists Cafe Tacuba Cafe Tacuba as The Black Mages.
Final Fantasy I — XI. December 4, Orchestral concert of arranged music from the series, recorded by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Henry Cow Slapp Happy In Praise Of Learning in August prior to the initial concert Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy the Distant Worlds concert series in the Stockholm Concert Hall on December 4, Sold over 2, copies in Japan.
March 28, March 19, August 6, September 20, March 25, Mini-album of three Final Fantasy Various Siamese Soul Thai Pop Spectacular Vol2 1960s 1980s as well as three arrangements of classic rock songs performed by Cellythm, a cello quartet.
January 18, February 29, Album of piano arrangements of the first three games in the series, arranged and performed by Hiroyuki Nakayama.
Album of piano arrangements of three games in the series, arranged and performed by Jo Tongo Jo Tongo Nakayama. Hansson Karlsson Swedish Underground 5, December 26, Album of orchestral arranged music from the series, released on blu-ray and vinyl record.
The series of concerts featured music composed by Nobuo Uematsu and arranged by Shiro Milton Nascimento Milagre Dos Peixes. Dear Friends — Music from Final Fantasy was a concert tour featuring music from the Final Fantasy video game series that toured the Various Classic Jazz Funk Mastercuts Volume 4 States from to The concert was the first Final Fantasy concert tour for North America and featured record sales and sold-out concerts.
The series of concerts featured music composed by Nobuo Uematsu from the later releases of the series. The series was originally conceived as a single concert to be held on May 10,performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Like the concerts before it, Dear Friends featured Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy groups and instruments in addition to the orchestra, including a guitar for "Dear Friends", castagnettes for "Vamo' Alla Flamenco", and piano for Pet Shop Boys Suburbia Zanarkand" and "Cloud Smiles", which at the time was not named and was only known to be featured in the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Advent Children.
The concert was termed "a complete success" by IGNwho commented that they "walked away impressed with the performance, the presentation, and the timelessness of Uematsu's compositions". The response to the concert was greater than expected, with tickets selling out in three days.
Roth took on the role of conductor for the series after trying to get the show to be performed by his Chicago Pops orchestra, and hearing that other tour locations Various Strictly Breaks The Definitive Collectors Box Set hesitant about putting on the concert.
He has said that he tried to add to the concerts his personal touch in the areas of "drama and timing". More Friends was a single concert performed while the Dear Friends series was still touring.
It was meant Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy loosely correspond with the one-year anniversary of the first Dear Friends concert, also held in Los Angeles.
The concert contained a selection of musical tracks from the games, composed by Nobuo Uematsu, arranged for Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy by Shiro Hamaguchi, Tsuyoshi Sekito, and Michio Okamiya, and performed by an orchestra conducted by Arnie Roth on May 16, at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, California.
The album spans 13 tracks and covers a duration of As in previous Final Fantasy concerts, many of the pieces were sung by the original performers from the game. Other local singers and choirs joined the orchestra for the remaining pieces, with Etsuyo OtaTomoaki Watanabeand Tetsuya Odagawa performing "Opera "Maria and Draco"" as they had in the Tour de Japon two years prior. Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy is a concert tour featuring music from the Final Fantasy series that began touring on December 4, in StockholmSweden and continues to date.
Unlike previous tours, it is a worldwide tour. Like the Dear Friends concerts, giant video screens display video and art stills in order to accompany the music being played. During the tour, additional songs have been added to the setlist. After the Distant Worlds Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy concert in Stockholm, the additional pieces performed were added to the setlist, and for every concert afterward different songs out of that rotation have been chosen for each performance.
He was hesitant for pieces from Final Fantasy XIII and XIV to be added, as he did not feel that they had been around long enough to build a strong following like the older songs. Released on December 4, to coincide with the first concert of the tour, the Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy album features the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and contains most songs performed at that concert.
It was recorded in August at the Stockholm Concert Hall. The CD is sold at all of the concert venues and online at the official website. Arnie Roth returned to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra with a completely new program presenting more pieces from Final Fantasy. The name Distant Worlds II only John Cage Christian Wolff John Cage Christian Wolff to the Stockholm concert; the series itself has continued under the original Distant Worlds name with the new arrangements added to its permanent rotation.
The concert was performed on November 6 and 7, in Tokyo, Japan, by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra with guest performances from vocalists Frances Maya and Susan Calloway, among others. Sinceover concerts have been held in the Distant Worlds series, some consisting of multiple performances. Beginning inSquare Enix began touring a new series, A New Worldwhich featured cut-down versions of the arrangements for Distant Worldsedited by Arnie Roth, and played in smaller venues.
The concerts, marketed as more "intimate" versions of the Distant Worlds concerts, feature more solo and duet performances to correspond with their smaller chamber orchestras. The world premiere took place May 11, in WuppertalGermany where it was performed twice by the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra at the venue Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal.
At the Repercussion Unit In Need Again by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, both composers talked about their work on the series Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy stage of the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan concert venue.
The tour continues to date. The pieces were arranged by Masashi Hamauzuone of the composers for Final Fantasy Xalong with Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo, and the arranged works are based on compositions by him and Nobuo Uematsu, who acts as a consultant for the concerts. It features long arrangements like the Final Symphony concerts. After the debut performances, the London Symphony Orchestra traveled to Japan to perform the concert there three times: in Osaka on September 27, and twice in Yokohama on October 4.
The arrangements were made by composer Masashi Hamauzu and pianist Benyamin Nuss from the original tracks by Hamauzu and Uematsu. The concert was performed by the WDR Orchestra, with piano by Nuss, and featured narration of events from the game by comedian and game tester Maxi Gstettenbauer. Dreams of Zanarkand was the first European game George Benson The Other Side Of Abbey Road concert dedicated to a single game.
The series began in September with a three-night set of concerts in Tokyo performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, led by conductor Hirofumi Kurita. In addition to concerts specifically devoted to the Final Fantasy series, music from the games has been performed at many other concerts and concert series. Music from the series was played in the first four concerts of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra 's Orchestral Game Music Concerts series from toand each concert has been released on an album.
Outside Japan, Final Fantasy music was played for the first time at the Symphonic Game Music Concert series, a series of annual German video game music concerts starting in August A Video Game Symphony Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra And Chorus Distant Worlds III More Music From Final Fantasy tour from onwards, for which Nobuo Uematsu composed the opening fanfare that accompanies each performance.
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