|The Final Fantasy Origins version of the "Main Theme" of Final Fantasy|
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Like most other main themes in the series, this theme is heard while traveling on the World Map. In the soundtrack for the NES release of the game, it is the fifth track.
The original soundtrack of Final Fantasy Origins features an arrangement of this track by Nobuo Uematsu, and it is the seventh track of the first disc.
An arrangement plays during the finale of the Seekers of Adoulin expansion.
An arrangement of "Main Theme" by Tsuyoshi Sekito appears in Dissidia Final Fantasy, and plays on the stage board of Destiny Odyssey I. It is known as "Main Theme -arrange- from FINAL FANTASY"; it is the seventh track of the first disc.
The original version of "Main Theme" was selected as the Field Music Sequence for the original Final Fantasy's Series Mode.
"Main Theme" recurs as a playable track in the sequel game, and is again a Field Music Sequence.
Arrangement Album appearancesEdit
Final Fantasy's "Main Theme" was performed on the Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy "SCENE V", by the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by Katsuhisa Hattori on the 20th of May of 1994.
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- “Miss Mino starts off this song with her beautiful, sensitive piano. Miss Noguchi sings this time. The song depicts our planet GAIA, while Mr. Tousaki's strings meticulously harmonize with the piano.
(GAIA: The earth is itself a huge life form, while every life, air, water, soil, etc. are a part of the organism. [James Lovelock])
(WAAHAY [wa:hei] : Word to express eternal happiness in the Sikh religion.)”
- —Liner notes to "GAIA" on Final Fantasy: Love Will Grow album
This album of vocal arrangements includes a version of the Final Fantasy main theme named "GAIA". It is sung in Japanese, and it is the fifth track of the album. The word "Waahay" comes from a Sikh mantra that expresses the joy of infinite experience.
A piano arrangement of the main theme from the original Final Fantasy appears on this upcoming album composed Hiroyuki Nakayama and overseen by Nobuo Uematsu.
The song appears in the pub-theme style arrangement album as its first track.
The track appears in the 8-bit arrangement album as its twelfth track.
Live orchestra performancesEdit
The Final Fantasy "Main Theme" was first theme played in the Final Fantasy - Final Fantasy III medley, performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra at the Tokyo International Forum on February 20th, 2002. It is the fifth track in the album of the concert's recording.
The orchestral medley of Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy III music from 20020220 was part of the performances of this concert tour throughout the USA in 2005. It was the eleventh song of the line-up.
The 2002 medley of Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy III music, which included "Matoya's Cave", was included in the first Distant Worlds concert tour.
It is the seventh song of the concert's line-up and the seventh track of the concert's recording at the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm, Sweden, on December 4th, 2007.
An adaptation of 20020220's medley titled "FINAL FANTASY I-III Medley 2010" was included in this concert conducted by Arnie Roth and performed by the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra is present on the third Distant Worlds album. It was originally performed in Tokyo in November 2010.
Appearances in CompilationsEdit
"GAIA" from Final Fantasy: Love Will Grow is featured in this album as the track.
"Main Theme" was released as the twelfth track of this collection of themes present n the Dear Friends -Music from Final Fantasy- concert tour.