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|"Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~," the main theme of Final Fantasy X-2|
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"Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~" (久遠 ~光と波の記憶~, Kuon ~Hikari to Nami no Kioku~?, lit. "Eternity ~Memory of Light and Waves~") is the main theme of Final Fantasy X-2. It was composed by Noriko Matsueda and Takahito Eguchi.
"Kuon - Memories of Waves and Light" is the first track on the first disc of the game's original soundtrack. It plays during the cinematic introduction before the title screen at a relatively slow pace, played on a piano. When played in the Luca sphere theater in the English version, the track is called "KUON: Memories of Waves and Light".
Arrangement Album appearancesEdit
A vocalized arrangement, called "Morning Glow", was released in the Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - Yuna album. Mayuko Aoki is the vocalist, and also provided the vocals for "Kimi He", the vocal arrangement for "Yuna's Ballad" in Final Fantasy X-2.
Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~ Music From Final Fantasy X-2 is a promotional single of songs from Final Fantasy X-2, and while the songs share the same names as the game's soundtrack songs, they are arranged differently. This version called "Eternity ~Memories of Waves and Light~" uses live instruments of piano, guitar and bass going along with the standard background music, whereas the game version uses synthesizers. It is the first track on the disc.
"Eternity ~Memories of Lightwaves~" is included in the Piano Collection album. This version is arranged by Hiroko Kokubu and, unlike the other Final Fantasy Piano Collection albums, is also performed by her, instead of using a separate performer. It is the twelfth track on the disc.
Non-Final Fantasy Media appearancesEdit
"The Truth Is"Edit
In early 2000s, Kristine Sa recorded a vocal arrangement of "Kuon - Memories of Waves and Light" under the name of "The Truth Is...", but was not officially released.