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Final Fantasy 1987–1994 is a compilation album of arranged, remixed, and previously unreleased tracks from the original Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy VI albums. Vocals were performed by various singers for "The Legend of The Great Forest" and "My Home, Sweet Home", by Sizzle Ohtaka (credited as Shizuru Ohtaka) for "Roaming Sheep" and "The Breeze", and by Svetla Krasteva for "Aria di Mezzo Carattere". "Dear Friends" is played on the piano by Toshiyuki Mori.

The first pressing comes in a cardboard box and includes a hardcover booklet titled "Jinsei omou ga mama," written by composer Nobuo Uematsu containing his essays on composing music.

Track list[]

  1. Scene III — 6:06
    From Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy
  2. Roaming Sheep — 2:00
    From Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind
  3. Theme of Love — 4:12
    From Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon
  4. Legend of the Great Forest (REMIX) — 5:08
    (大森林の伝説 (REMIX), [missing rōmaji]?)
    New remix of arrangement from Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends
  5. Elia, the Maiden of Water — 2:26
    (水の巫女エリア, [missing rōmaji]?)
    From Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind
  6. Welcome to Our Town! — 3:11
    From Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon
  7. Moogles' Theme — 3:05
    (モーグリのテーマ, [missing rōmaji]?)
    From Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends
  8. The Breeze — 3:30
    From Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind
  9. Troian Beauty — 3:39
    From Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon
  10. Faraway Home Town — 3:28
    (はるかなる故郷, [missing rōmaji]?)
    From Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends
  11. Dear Friends — 5:07
    (親愛なる友へ, [missing rōmaji]?)
    From Piano Collections: Final Fantasy V
  12. Aria Di Mezzo Carattere (Remix) — 5:54
    New remix of arrangement from Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale
  13. Rydia — 3:06
    From Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon
  14. Scene VII — 5:18
    From Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy
  15. Songo De Chocobo [Unreleased track] — 3:38
    (ソンゴdeチョコボ, [missing rōmaji]?)
  16. Final Fantasy (Piano Version) [Unreleased track] —
    (ファイナルファンタジー (PIANO VERSION), [missing rōmaji]?)

Credits[]

Arranged:

  • Katsuhisa Hattori & Takayuki Hattori (1, 14)
  • Máire Bhreatnach (3, 6, 9, 13)
  • Nobuo Uematsu (2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10)
  • Shiro Sagisu & Tsuneyoshi Saito (12)
  • Ken Morimura (15)
  • Shiro Sato (11, 16)

Performed:

  • Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (1, 14)
  • Milan Symphony Orchestra (12)

Vocals:

Piano:

  • Toshiyuki Mori (11, 16)


Final Fantasy: N Generation[]

Final Fantasy N Generation: Official Best Collection is the North American version of the Final Fantasy 1987-1994 album, released by Tokyopop as part of a two disc "Generation" collection. The N stands for Nintendo, representing the Super Nintendo. The second disc is called Final Fantasy S Generation: Official Best Collection.

Track list[]

  1. Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy: Scene III (FFI) — 6:06
  2. Roaming Sheep (Arranged Version) (FFIII) — 2:00
  3. Theme of Love (Arranged Version) (FFIV) — 4:12
  4. Legend of the Deep Forest (Arranged & Remixed Version) (FFV) — 5:08
  5. The Water Maiden (Arranged Version) (FFIII) — 2:26
  6. Welcome to Our Town! (Arranged Version) (FFIV) — 3:11
  7. Moogles' Theme (Arranged Version) (FFV) — 3:05
  8. The Breeze (Arranged Version) (FFIII) — 3:30
  9. Troian Beauty (Arranged Version) (FFIV) — 3:39
  10. Home, Sweet Home (Arranged Version) (FFV) — 3:28
  11. Dear Friends (Piano Version) (FFV) — 5:07
  12. Aria De Mezzo Carattere (Arranged and Remixed Version) (FFVI) — 5:54
  13. Rydia (Arranged Version) (FFIV) — 3:06
  14. Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy: Scene VII (FFII) — 5:18
  15. Songo de Chocobo (Arranged Version) (FFV) — 3:38
  16. Final Fantasy (Piano Version) (FFV) — 3:12


Music samples[]

"Faraway Home Town" - (Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends)
Music
"Aria di Mezzo Carattere" - (Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale)
Music
"Rydia" - (Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon)
Music
"Scene VII" - (Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy)
Music


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