Zelda Reorchestrated Raising Money for Twilight Symphony Choir

In case you haven’t heard of them, Zelda Reorchestrated (commonly shortened to ZREO) is a group of talented Legend of Zelda fans who love the memorable music that goes with the series. They’ve been putting out quality re-imaginings of the Zelda soundtracks for years, all of it free of charge. And now, after an all-too-lengthy period of secrecy and silent anticipation, they have announced Twilight Symphony, a brand new arrangement based on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess’ musical score.

This ambitious venture aims to recreate the familiar music of Twilight Princess in entirely new ways, and if the samples they’ve released so far are any indication, it could very well top the original compositions from the game. The soundtrack will provide 2 ½ hours of music with over 40 tracks, and if all goes well they just might manage to add a full-sized choir to the mix.

It’s impossible to pull off such a feat without some money, however, and ZREO has created a Kickstarter page for that very reason. By heading over and donating some cash (starting at $1 or whatever your preferred currency is), you can support their efforts to record that full-sized choir, and you’ll nab some nifty prizes along the way. Depending on the amount donated, you could earn a special mention on the ZREO website all the way up to an invitation to attend the choir’s recording, with plenty of goodies in between. Put down enough money and they’ll even bake you cake! A Triforce cake, even!

If they fail to raise $18,000 by March 20th you’ll get your donation back, but there won’t be a full-sized choir and then nobody will be happy. If you’d rather see this fate avoided and instead watch as the world is flooded with glorious Hylian music, take a look at the Kickstarter page and see things for yourself.

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Written by Stephen K

A lover of video games in general, Stephen will happily play just about any sort of game on just about any sort of system, especially if it’s a platformer or an RPG. Except sports games. Sports games are boring.

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