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"A Place to Call Home" is a short, melodic piece based on the D Dorian mode and is contrapuntal in nature. Some of these elements are more or less apparent, or even non-existent, in the many reiterations heard throughout ''Final Fantasy IX''. Despite its shortness, the theme has been included in many official arrangements and compilations and played several times during live performances along with the game's [[main theme]], "[[Melodies of Life (song)|Melodies of Life]]".
 
"A Place to Call Home" is a short, melodic piece based on the D Dorian mode and is contrapuntal in nature. Some of these elements are more or less apparent, or even non-existent, in the many reiterations heard throughout ''Final Fantasy IX''. Despite its shortness, the theme has been included in many official arrangements and compilations and played several times during live performances along with the game's [[main theme]], "[[Melodies of Life (song)|Melodies of Life]]".
   
==Game appearances==
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==Game Appearances==
 
===''[[Final Fantasy IX]]''===
 
===''[[Final Fantasy IX]]''===
 
"A Place to Call Home" plays during the opening cutscenes and its [[title screen]]. The theme is connected to [[Terra (Final Fantasy IX)|Terra]] and has several arrangements that play in areas related to it: "Oeilvert" plays at the eponymous [[Oeilvert|location]]; "Chamber of a Thousand Faces" plays at Oeilvert during the narration of the story of Terra by the stone faces; "Ipsen's Castle" plays at the [[Ipsen's Castle|location]], and "The Four Mirrors" plays during events succeeding the visit to the location; and "Terra" plays as [[Zidane Tribal|Zidane]] explores Terra.
 
"A Place to Call Home" plays during the opening cutscenes and its [[title screen]]. The theme is connected to [[Terra (Final Fantasy IX)|Terra]] and has several arrangements that play in areas related to it: "Oeilvert" plays at the eponymous [[Oeilvert|location]]; "Chamber of a Thousand Faces" plays at Oeilvert during the narration of the story of Terra by the stone faces; "Ipsen's Castle" plays at the [[Ipsen's Castle|location]], and "The Four Mirrors" plays during events succeeding the visit to the location; and "Terra" plays as [[Zidane Tribal|Zidane]] explores Terra.
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