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FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE Orchestra World Tour:
Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
AWR Music Productions, LLC is proud to present the official symphony concert world-tour Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY.
Launched in conjunction with the twentieth anniversary of FINAL FANTASY, this concert production features the music of the great video game series FINAL FANTASY and composer Nobuo Uematsu. The concerts are performed by symphony orchestra, choir, and renowned vocal and instrumental soloists, under the direction of GRAMMY Award-winner and acclaimed conductor Arnie Roth. With HD video direct from the FINAL FANTASY game developers SQUARE ENIX projected onto giant screens throughout the concerts, a rapidly growing repertoire of classic FINAL FANTASY music, and an extraordinary fan base, Distant Worlds is a unique multimedia concert experience every time.
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Experience Distant Worlds II in a superb double LP collector’s edition. With large form artwork and the incomparable experience of vinyl listening, it’s a classic way to enjoy your favorite melodies!
Distant Worlds II: more music from FINAL FANTASY was recorded in late January, 2010 by Arnie Roth and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Elmhurst College Concert Choir. For the first time on any recording, Distant Worlds welcomes the group Earthbound Papas, featuring Nobuo Uematsu on organ.
The album was recorded on location in the Stockholm Konserthuset (Sweden) & in Elmhurst College (IL, USA) Hammerschmidt Chapel in high resolution at 88.2khz/24bit, and newly remastered for the LP format.
2. The Man with the Machine Gun
4. A Place to Call Home – Melodies of Life
5. Dancing Mad featuring Nobuo Uematsu’s band Earthbound Papas
6. Victory Theme
8. Suteki da ne
9. Terra’s Theme
10. Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII
12. Prima Vista Orchestra
13. Dear Friends