Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy VII: Original Soundtrack album flac
- Album: Final Fantasy VII: Original Soundtrack
- FLAC: 1869 mb | MP3: 1930 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Breakbeat, Downtempo, Ambient, Soundtrack
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 183
- Format: MIDI MPC FLAC AU MMF VQF ADX
Music from the video game Final Fantasy 7 from 1997, by Square Music by Nobuo Uematsu.
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The Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack is a four-disc compilation of the music contained in Final Fantasy VII. There are 85 tracks split over the four CDs with music composed, arranged, and produced by Nobuo Uematsu. Called by Uematsu his "greatest harvest" in terms of creativity, the soundtrack, despite its length, was composed in a period of eight months, as opposed to the bi-annual period of producing that had become the standard regarding the previous original soundtracks
Composition: Nobuo Uematsu, Keiji Kawamori, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Kenichiro Fukui Arrangements: Keiji Kawamori, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Kenichiro Fukui Played by: The Black Mages. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
Final Fantasy VII Soundtrack. Composer: Nobuo Uematsu. Nobuo Uematsu is a name you’re either familiar with, or should be. He’s created more music in his lifetime than most bands would ever dream of, and he covers a large range of musical styles, from sad, solemn string led pieces, to upbeat marching songs, to fast paced adrenaline pumping pieces. He doesn’t stay in a simple style, yet his music is often instantly recognisable. This soundtrack is a perfect example of that.
Advent: One-Winged Angel (FINAL FANTASY VII: ADVENT CHILDREN) - Nobuo Uematsu. Black Water - Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy VII Advent Children). Water - Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children. Advent: One-Winged Angel (from FINAL FANTASY VII Advent Children) - Nobuo Uematsu. Tatakau Mono Tachi (FFVII:AC Version) - "Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children OST": Uematsu Nobuo. Aerith no Theme (Piano Version) (Final Fantasy VII Advent Children OST) - Uematsu Nobuo. Tatakau Mono Tachi (Piano Version)(OST Final Fantasy VII Advent Children) - Uematsu Nobuo. Uematsu Nobuo - Black Water - OST Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Final Fantasy VII:Advent Children Opening - Uematsu Nobuo. Uematsu Nobuo - Tatakau Mono Tachi (AC Version) - OST Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
Nobuo Uematsu - Cosmo Canyon (Final Fantasy VII ost) 03:33. Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy VII Main Theme (OST) 06:27. Nobuo Uematsu - Staff Roll (Final Fantasy VII OST) 06:50. Nobuo Uematsu - Via Purifico (Final Fantasy X OST) 02:28. Nobuo Uematsu Final Fantasy VII - AC OST - Beyond the Wasteland 02:25. Final Fantasy VII OST CD4 - Nobuo Uematsu - A One-Winged Angel 07:19. Uematsu Nobuo,Final Fantasy VII Advent Children OST - J-E-N-O-V-A (FFVII AC Version) 02:45. Uematsu Nobuo - Final Fantasy VII Advent Children OST - Tifa no Theme (Piano Version) 04:22. Uematsu Nobuo,Final Fantasy VII Advent Children OST - Opening 01:30. Final Fantasy VII Advent Children OST (Uematsu Nobuo) - Main Theme 04:27. Nobuo Uematsu - OST Final Fantasy VII - Trail of Blood 04:13.
More by Nobuo Uematsu. Final Fantasy: Solo Piano, Vol. 3. More Nobuo Uematsu. Listen to FINAL FANTASY VII Original Soundtrack now. Listen to FINAL FANTASY VII Original Soundtrack in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
From the early days of the series through to the latest incarnation, Final Fantasy soundtracks have always been highly acclaimed. Readers familiar with the video game series will well remember the dizzying heights that Uematsu-san pushed the SNES' musical ability with Final Fantasy, Vol. 6. Final Fantasy, Vol. 7 also seriously pushed its platform's sound capabilities on its release in 1996, but this time the game's media was CD, enabling a much higher sound quality and more instrumental freedom for. the composer.