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The final boss battle theme for FFX. A grave opening gives way to incessant questioning from the piano, as poignant as Spira's spiral of death and dreams...
X "Final Battle" plays during the battle against Yu Yevon. It is the eighteenth track on disc 4 of the original soundtrack. The song is a 3-part variation and the third part (2:20-2:40) is infused with the melody of "Hymn of the Fayth". The Final Fantasy X HD Remaster arrangement uses real instruments and the piano is replaced with the xylophone.
TFFCC "Final Battle" reappears as a Battle Music Sequence for Final Fantasy X.
Arrangement album appearancesEdit
The Piano Collections version is mostly faithful to the OST version. There is a second version found in the Piano Collections Book under "Special Presents", and has an added staccato section.
The beginning of track 12 "Spiral" contains a short and simplified piano solo and then enters an irrelevant electronic-rock fusion.
- "Final boss theme"
- "Battle Theme 2"
- "Battle to the Death"
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy IV)
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy V)
- "Dancing Mad"
- "One-Winged Angel"
- "The Extreme"
- "The Final Battle" (Final Fantasy IX)
- "Their Resting Place"
- "Struggle for Freedom"
- "Nascent Requiem"
- "Unseen Abyss"
- "Almighty Bhunivelze"
- "Rise of the White Raven"