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"Rydia" is played during the game when Rydia first joins the party, and is also heard when she melts the flames on Mt. Hobs, and when she returns as an adult in the Dwarven Castle. It was released as the fifteenth track of the Final Fantasy IV Original Sound Version and Final Fantasy IV Official Soundtrack: Music from Final Fantasy Chronicles albums.
"Rydia" was rearranged by Junya Nakano for the Nintendo DS release of Final Fantasy IV, and is given the same use in-game as in the original releases. When unlocked in the Fat Chocobo's Music Box, Edward Chris von Muir comments that it captures "her kind and gentle nature". This version was released as the sixteenth track of the Final Fantasy IV Original Soundtrack.
"Rydia" is heard in The After Years during Rydia's chapter, "The Eidolons Shackled".
Arrangement Album appearancesEdit
"Rydia" is one of the thirteen tracks selected from the original soundtrack to be rearranged and performed by Reiko Nomura in the Piano Collections release for Final Fantasy IV.
In Celtic Moon, "Rydia" is rearranged in performed in the style of Irish Celtic music.
This fanmade tribute to composer Uematsu by KFSS Studios features "Rydia".
The track appears in the SQ Chips2 VILLAGE/VANGUARD Customer Bonus and SQ Chips2 TOWER RECORDS Customer Bonus CDs of the 8-bit arrangement album. It is the second track in both the bonus CDs.
Compilation Album appearancesEdit
The arrangement of "Rydia" by Reiko Nomura from the Final Fantasy IV Piano Collections release was included in this album of remixes of themes from Final Fantasy titles up to the sixth main installment. "Rydia" is the sixteenth track of the album.