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A New Final Symphony Coming In September

A New Final Symphony Coming In September

Written by Lauren — 19 Mar 2015

For all you music lovers, the Final Fantasy concert series "Final Symphony" is coming back to London with tracks from 3 more games.

The original Final Symphony focused on music from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X, whereas Final Symphony II is said to focus on tracks from Final Fantasy V, VIII, and IX. In addition to those three, a suite composed by Masashi Hamauzu for Final Fantasy XIII has also been promised.

Final Symphony II producer Thomas Bocker states, "The arrangers, Roger Wanamo and Jonne Valtonen - plus Masashi Hamauzu - have been working very hard on something extremely special and we think it's exactly what fans of Final Fantasy have been waiting for!"

Tickets for Final Symphony II go on sale tomorrow, 20th March, starting at 10 am and range from about £30 - £65 with a pre-concert talk by Uematsu also available for an additional £10 each. More information can be found on the concert's official site.

You can check out an interview with Nobuo Uematsu from Merregnon Studios on the concert series below:



Source: YouTube


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