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Final Fantasy 5 - Piano Collections

Game info

Name: Final Fantasy 5
Alternate name: Final Fantasy V (Japan)
Characteristics: Adventure, Top-Down, Anime / Manga, Medieval Fantasy, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publishers: Square, Squaresoft
Developers: Square, Squaresoft
Original/port composer: Nobuo Uematsu
Super NES (12 Jun 1992) - Japan
PlayStation (19 Mar 1998) - Japan
PlayStation (May 2002) - Europe

Music info

Released: 27 Jun 2001
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Nobuo Uematsu
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Arranged soundtrack
Num of tunes: 13
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: NTCP-1002

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Facts / description

The latest (as of June 2001) in the FF Piano Collection series.


01. A Presentiment
02. Tenderness in the Air
03. Harvest
04. Ahead on Our Way
05. Critter Tripper Fritter!?
06. My Home, Sweet Home
07. Mambo de Chocobo
08. Lenna's Theme
09. Music Box
10. Battle with Gilgamesh
11. Waltz Clavier
12. Dear Friends
13. The New Origin

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Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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