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The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra - Distant Worlds II: More Music From Final Fantasy album flac Performer: The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Title: Distant Worlds II: More Music From Final Fantasy
Released: 2010
Country: US
MP3 album: 1351 mb
FLAC album: 1778 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Classical

Distant Worlds II: more music from FINAL FANTASY. Recorded in late January, 2010 by Arnie Roth and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Elmhurst College Concert Choir. For the first time on any recording, Distant Worlds welcomes Earthbound Papas, featuring Nobuo Uematsu on organ. Distant Worlds IV: more music from FINAL FANTASY. This fourth album boasts one of the strongest track lists of any of our recordings, with brilliant new classics from the latest game release FINAL FANTASY XV: APOCALYPSIS NOCTIS and Somnus, new orchestral arrangements from FINAL FANTASY VII: Cosmo Canyon and JENOVA COMPLETE, FINAL FANTASY VIII: The Oath and FINAL FANTASY IX: Festival of the Hunt, and Nobuo Uematsu’s FINAL FANTASY XIV

The initial release of Distant Worlds: music from FINAL FANTASY coincided with the start of the world-tour on December 4, 2007 in Sweden, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the FINAL FANTASY series. Performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and the choir Allmänna Sången, Distant Worlds is recorded in high resolution at 8. khz/24bit. Produced and conducted by GRAMMY Award-winning music director, Arnie Roth. All music composed by Nobuo Uematsu.

Distant Worlds II: More Music from Final Fantasy is a live recording of an orchestral concert, performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Arnie Roth at the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm, Sweden, in late January 2010. The album is a sequel to Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy, recorded following the success of the concert tour.

The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra And Allmänna Sången ‎– Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy. Label: AWR Records ‎– AWR 10101. Released on the day of the concert at the Stockholm Concert Hall. Recorded on August 13 - August 15, 2007, Stockholm Concert Hall, Sweden by Nilento Studios. Mixed at AWR Music 510 Studio. Mastering by Dan Stout of Colossal Mastering. Published worldwide by Warner, Chappell Music, Inc.

Distant Worlds II: More Music from Final Fantasy. Orchestral concert of arranged music from the series, recorded by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra in January 2010 prior to the Distant Worlds II concert in the Stockholm Concert Hall on June 12, 2010, a special event in the Distant Worlds concert series. Guitar Solo Final Fantasy Vo.

Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII (FINAL FANTASY VII) 11. Prima Vista Orchestra (FINAL FANTASY IX) 12. Dear Friends (FINAL FANTASY V) 1. all music composed by: Nobuo Uematsu conductor and executive producer: Arnie Roth performed by: Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Elmhurst College Concert Choir, Nobuo Uematsu's band Earthbound Papas vocal soloist (tracks 4,8): Susan Calloway guitar soloist (track 12): Per Skareng pipe organ soloist (track 6): Oskar Ekburg, Stockholm Concert Hall Organ, Grönlund 1982 harp soloist (track 1): Laura Stephenson orchestra arrangements by

Alongside of this concert, the Distant Worlds II: more music from FINAL FANTASY album will be released. Arnie Roth will return to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra with a completely new program presenting more of Nobuo Uematsu’s award-winning and beloved music from the game series Final Fantasy. Simultaneously with the concert, a new CD with the same repertoire will be released (the recording to be done by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Arnie Roth in January).

Opening: Bombing Mission. Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. 4. Fisherman's Horizon. 6. Memoro de la Stono: Distant Worlds.

Download Distant Worlds II: More Music from Final Fantasy by Nobuo Uematsu on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. The much anticipated new CD with all new FINAL FANTASY scores was recorded in late January, 2010 by Arnie Roth and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and Elmhurst College Concert Choir. Genre: Pop: Symphony.

Tracklist

Prelude (Final Fantasy Series) 3:22
The Man With The Machine Gun (Final Fantasy VIII) 3:34
Ronfaure (Final Fantasy XI) 4:40
A Place To Call Home - Melodies Of Life (Final Fantasy IX) 6:56
Zanarkand (Final Fantasy X) 4:31
Dancing Mad (Final Fantasy VI) 10:42
Victory Theme (Final Fantasy Series) 0:09
Suteki Da Ne (Final Fantasy X) 6:25
Terra's Theme (Final Fantasy VI) 4:19
Main Theme Of Final Fantasy VII (Final Fantasy VII) 6:41
Prima Vista Orchestra (Final Fantasy IX) 1:31
Dear Friends (Final Fantasy V) 5:11
JENOVA (Final Fantasy VII) 4:18

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AWR 10102 The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Distant Worlds II: More Music From Final Fantasy ‎(CD, Comp) AWR Records AWR 10102 US 2010
SQEX 10205 The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Distant Worlds II: More Music From Final Fantasy ‎(CD, Comp) Square Enix SQEX 10205 Japan 2010
AWR 10111 The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Distant Worlds II: More Music From Final Fantasy ‎(2xLP, Comp, Whi) AWR Records AWR 10111 US 2018


Comments: (5)
Cargahibe
Unfortunately wow and flutter again. Cascade should really stop pressing records.
Adrierdin
I heard the same from others, so you'd say it's borked as well?
Ximathewi
This release simply came unannounced. If not for the wonderful vinyl community from Reddit and Discord, I wouldn't have the chance to purchase it during the few hours it was available on Amazon.com, which is the only place to acquire the record unless you're able to attend the concerts where they sell the copies in the merch shop. Although unlike the first "Distant Worlds" release, this is an inverse situation where "Distant Worlds II" is released online first before selling the copies within their concert tours. Keep an eye out on Distant Worlds' Amazon storefront for future restocks:https://www.amazon.com/shops/A1D4X4KSS33IZXThey do replenish their supplies once in a while, so anyone who wants these records will have a chance. Keep in mind that you're gambling with Amazon's questionable shipping service. My copy arrived in a large box stuffed with only paper padding, and the album has a dent present on the top of the jacket, affecting the front and the back. Not the worst shipping disaster I had (that goes to my Eraserhead LP), and the blemish is forgivable in my eyes since the records themselves aren't damaged, but know what you're in for when buying directly from Amazon.You should also know that you may not get a clean pressing if you're able to purchase this album. Both discs exhibit a good amount of clicks on both sides: infrequent clicks, sequenced clicks, and these are after I wet cleaned the records. Doesn't help that the records are stored in paper sleeves. I've heard some disturbing tales about bad presses coming from the first "Distant Worlds" release, but for my copy of the second album, I can't exactly call these discs poorly pressed. They're a tad noisy, but not to severe levels where they call too much attention away from the symphony. I was able to draw in to some of my favorite pieces, and as far as I'm concerned, these discs meet my measure of tolerance.This is the soundtrack I've been wanting the most from this orchestrated series. A couple of Final Fantasy X tracks are represented here, which is my favorite game soundtrack from the franchise, and it has an astounding selection of compositions from other Final Fantasy titles. When hearing "Dancing Mad" beautifully orchestrated, with Nobuo Uematsu and his band rocking out to the song's climax, that arrangement alone is what made me put my money on "Distant Worlds II" over its predecessor. Giving its less-than-perfect pressing quality, and live symphonies on wax tend to require quieter backgrounds, I'm not sure if the leap to vinyl over CD is completely justified given its sporadically limited supply pattern. Nevertheless, this is an album I don't regret purchasing.
Llathidan
I was aware about Final Symphony, and it had wonderful arrangements. I wish I was able to get it on wax, but at least it's available on other media.
Malak
The Final Symphony release from Laced Records has incredibly perfect renditions of FFX tunes if you're interested.