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VOICES - Music from Final Fantasy was a concert held on February 18th, 2006, at the Pacifico Yokohoma Conference and Convention Center in Japan. It featured vocal arrangements from the Final Fantasy series, including an a capella doo wop medley, orchestral versions of the series' ballads, and a symphonic metal finale performed by the Black Mages.

The guest performers included Emiko Shiratori in "Melodies of Life", Rikki in "Suteki da ne", Izumi Masuda, in the medley "Memoro de la Ŝtono ~ Distant Worlds", Angela Aki in "Eyes on Me" and "Kiss Me Good-Bye", and the Black Mages in "Advent: One-Winged Angel".

Set ListingsEdit

Izumi

Arnie Roth and Izumi Masuda, performing "Distant Worlds".

  1. "Prelude"
  2. "Liberi Fatali" (Final Fantasy VIII)
  3. "Fisherman's Horizon" (Final Fantasy VIII)
  4. "Hymn of the Fayth" (Final Fantasy X)
  5. "Suteki da ne" (Final Fantasy X)
  6. "Final Fantasy Doo Wop Medley" (Final Fantasy I - V)
  7. "A Place to Call Home" ~ "Melodies of Life" (Final Fantasy IX)
  8. "Final Fantasy" (Final Fantasy Series)
  9. "Prima Vista Orchestra" (Final Fantasy IX)
  10. "The Promised Land" (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
  11. "Memoro de la Ŝtono" ~ "Distant Worlds" (Final Fantasy XI)
  12. "Eyes on Me" (Final Fantasy VIII)
  13. "Kiss Me Good-Bye" (Final Fantasy XII)
  14. Opera "Maria and Draco" (Final Fantasy VI)
  15. "Swing de Chocobo" (Final Fantasy X)
  16. "Advent: One-Winged Angel" (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
  17. "Encore ~ Advent: One Winged Angel Second Time"
  18. "Encore ~ FINAL FANTASY"

PersonnelEdit

ProductionEdit

ArrangementEdit

PerformanceEdit

  • G.Y.A (1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 16, 17 - Chorus)
  • Rikki (5 - Singer)
  • The Moogles (8 - Doo Wop Group)
  • Emiko Shiratori (7 - Singer)
  • Izumi Masuda (11 - Singer)
  • Angela Aki (12, 13 - Singer)
  • Etsuyo Ota (14 - Mezzo Soprano)
  • Tomoaki Watanabe (14 - Tenor)
  • Tetsuya Odagawa (14 - Bass)
  • Tsuyoshi Sekito (16, 17 - Guitars)
  • Michio Okamiya (16, 17 - Guitars)
  • Kenichiro Fukui (16, 17 - Keyboards)
  • Nobuo Uematsu (16, 17 - Organ)
  • Keiji Kawamori (16, 17 - Bass Guitar)
  • Arata Hanyuda (16, 17 - Drums)

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