Posted 2004-03-14, evaluated by djpretzel
More Gerudo? Sure, why not. Plus, it's from Mr. Baranowsky, who usually has a different spin on things. Introing with delicate, warm analog pads panned right and robotic, insect-like percussion, when the main rising Gerudo patterns do come in, the rhythm is straight eighth notes, no triplet, which in and of itself does dramatically change the feel of Kondo's original. There's a solo piano break a bit after the middle which does a good job of changing the tone to melancholy and expounding on the melody and harmony. After this, we get a bit more rocked out version, with a very active bassline, acoustic rock kit, some interestingly integrated major key chord progressions, and a resolving ending with a small analog bass filter effect still doing its thing. My comment, or should I say compliment, to Daniel was that this actually reminded me of some of the wingless' stuff, with a tendency towards subtlety, multi-layered patterns, restraint, and emphasis on interesting harmonic relationships. At any rate, Gerudo is the type of theme that's easier to rock out on and turn into an anthematic techno fest or what not than it is to mutate into the more deliberate, explorative style Dan's chosen. Good stuff.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo, 1998, N64)
Music by Koji Kondo
- "Gerudo Valley"
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- Size: 4,780,499 bytes
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