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There have been two different releases of the original soundtracks of Final Fantasy V, corresponding to the original release and the release of the Pixel Remaster version.

Final Fantasy V: Original Sound Version[]

Final Fantasy V: Original Sound Version is the complete soundtrack of Final Fantasy V. Because the game was not released outside of Japan until the PlayStation version was produced, the soundtrack was virtually unknown in the music industry until the release of Final Fantasy V Anthology.

During production, Final Fantasy V was originally designed to include more than a hundred different themes. Nobuo Uematsu felt the number would make the album unpurchasable for the children in the audience, as it would require a two-disc release, and cut down the track list to 50 tunes. The soundtrack was nevertheless released as a two-disc set.

Reception for the soundtrack was lukewarm, with some critics stating the album did not live up to the Final Fantasy IV soundtrack. Despite this, some of its themes became popular among the Final Fantasy community, such as "Clash on the Big Bridge" and "Dear Friends".

Final Fantasy V music produced two arranged compilations: Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends, and the respective Piano Collections album. A remastered version was also released.

Track list[]

Note: English titles are taken from the music player included in Final Fantasy V Advance.

Disc 1[]

  1. Main Theme of Final Fantasy V — 2:37
    (ファイナルファンタジーV メインテーマ, Fainaru Fantajī Faibu Mein Tēma?)
    Plays in the SNES opening sequence.
  2. Opening Theme — 4:30
    (オープニング, Ōpuningu?)
    Plays during the game introduction.
  3. Four Hearts — 1:44
    (4つの心, Yottsu no Kokoro?)
    Overworld theme of the First World.
  4. Hurry! Hurry!! — 0:44
    (急げ!急げ!!, Isoge! Isoge!!?)
    Plays during tight situations, such as the escape from Karnak Castle.
  5. Lenna's Theme — 1:58
    (レナのテーマ, Rena no Tēma?)
    Plays during defining moments regarding Lenna Charlotte Tycoon.
  6. Dungeon — 2:31
    (ダンジョン, Danjon?)
    Plays while the party visits various dungeons, such as the Pirates' Hideout or Underground Waterway.
  7. Battle 1 — 1:14
    (バトル1, Batoru 1?)
    Plays during random encounters.
  8. Victory Fanfare — 0:44
    (勝利のファンファーレ, Shōri no Fanfāre?)
    Plays whenever the player wins a battle.
  9. Requiem — 0:28
    (レクイエム, Rekuiemu?)
    Plays whenever the player loses a battle.
  10. Pirates Ahoy — 2:07
    (おれたちゃ海賊, Oretacha Kaizoku?)
    Plays when the party reaches the Pirate Base.
  11. Town theme — 2:19
    (街のテーマ, Machi no Tēma?)
    Plays while the party visits some towns, such as Tule or Walse.
  12. Good Night — 0:07
    (おやすみなさい, Oyasuminasai?)
    Plays when the party rests at an inn.
  13. Sealed Away — 1:48
    (封印されしもの, Fūinsareshi Mono?)
    Plays when the party visits temples or shrines, such as the Wind Shrine, the Island Shrine, or the Sealed Castle.
  14. Cursed Lands — 1:55
    (呪いの地, Noroi no Chi?)
    Plays when the party visits the Ship Graveyard, Karnak, and Gohn.
  15. Deception — 1:18
    (幻惑されて, Genwakusarete?)
    Plays when the party encounters Siren and Garula, and when the party is imprisoned in Karnak Castle.
  16. Harvest — 1:46
    (ハーヴェスト, Hāvesuto?)
    Plays when the party visits some towns, such as Carwen, Istory, or Quelb.
  17. To the North Mountain — 1:57
    (銀嶺を行く, Ginrei o Iku?)
    Plays when the party climbs the North Mountain or the Drakenvale.
  18. Close Call — 1:22
    (危機一髪!, Kiki Ippatsu!?)
    Plays during tight situations when an antagonist is present.
  19. Battle 2 — 2:30
    (バトル2, Batoru 2?)
    Plays during generic boss battles.
  20. Spreading Grand Wings — 1:49
    (大いなる翼を広げ, Ōinaru Tsubasa o Hiroge?)
    Plays when the party rides the wind drake.
  21. Royal Palace — 1:40
    (王家の宮殿, Ōke no Kyūden?)
    Plays whenever the party visits a castle in Bartz's world.
  22. Fire Ship — 1:40
    (火力船, Karyokusen?)
    Plays when the party enters the Fire-Powered Ship.
  23. Run! — 0:51
    (脱線!, Dassen!?)
    Plays during tight situations such as when the Walse Tower and the Ronka Ruins begin to collapse.
  24. Sorrows of Parting — 2:37
    (離愁, Rishū?)
    Plays during moments when a character dies, such as Syldra or Galuf Halm Baldesion.
  25. Library of Ancients — 2:36
    (古代図書館, Kodai Toshokan?)
    Plays when the party explores the Library of the Ancients and the first part of the Sealed Temple.
  26. Reminiscence — 1:37
    (回想, Kaisō?)
    Plays during the cutscene involving Lenna and Faris at Castle Tycoon and outside the submarine after the death of Xezat Matias Surgate.
  27. Musica Machina — 1:49
    (ムジカ・マキーナ, Mujika Makīna?)
    Plays when the player visits the Ronka Ruins or the Catapult.
  28. The Day Will Come — 1:53
    (いつの日かきっと, Itsu no Hi ka Kitto?)
    Plays at various touching moments, such as when Galuf Halm Baldesion reunites with Krile Mayer Baldesion.
  29. What? — 0:54
    (ん?, N??)
    Plays during comical moments.
  30. Mambo de Chocobo — 1:12
    (マンボ・デ・チョコボ, Manbo de Chokobo?)
    Plays when the party rides the black chocobo.
  31. Home, Sweet Home — 2:42
    (はるかなる故郷, Haruka Naru Furusato?)
    Plays when the party visits Lix.
  32. Music Box — 1:50
    (想い出のオルゴール, Omoide no Orugōru?)
    Plays when Bartz listens to his mother's music box.
  33. The Airship — 2:03
    (飛空艇, Tokūtei?)
    Plays when the player rides the airship.
  34. The Evil Lord Exdeath — 2:24
    (覇王エクスデス, Haō Ekusudesu?)
    Plays during any cutscenes involving Exdeath.

Disc 2[]

  1. Exdeath's Castle — 2:23
    (エクスデスの城, Ekusudesu no Shiro?)
    Plays when the party visits Castle Exdeath after transformation, the Barrier Tower, and the Fork Tower.
  2. The Dawn Warriors — 2:16
    (暁の戦士, Akatsuki no Senshi?)
    Plays when the party visits Castle Exdeath before transformation and the Phoenix Tower.
  3. Clash on the Big Bridge — 2:29
    (ビッグブリッヂの死闘, Biggu Burijji no Shitō?)
    Plays in all battles against Gilgamesh, bar the first one.
  4. Unknown Lands — 2:24
    (未知なる大地, Michi Naru Daichi?)
    Overworld theme of Galuf's world.
  5. Moogles' Theme — 1:29
    (モーグリのテーマ, Mōguri no Tēma?)
    Plays when the party visits the Moogle Village and during the battle against Famed Mimic Gogo and Magic Pot.
  6. The Castle of Dawn — 2:04
    (暁の城, Akatsuki no Shiro?)
    Plays when the player visits the Castle of Bal and Surgate Castle .
  7. Beyond the Deep Blue Sea — 1:46
    (深い碧の果てに, Fukai Heki no Hate ni?)
    Overworld underwater theme.
  8. Legend of the Deep Forest — 2:37
    (大森林の伝説, Dai Shinrin no Densetsu?)
    Plays when the party visits the Great Forest of Moore.
  9. Tycoon Waltz — 2:16
    (タイクーン円舞曲ヘ長調, Taikūn Embukyoku e Chōchō?, lit. Tycoon Waltz in F Major)
    Plays during the ball at Castle Tycoon.
  10. Boko's Theme — 1:14
    (ボコのテーマ, Boko no Tēma?)
    Plays whenever the party rides Boko.
  11. A New World — 2:15
    (新しき世界, Atarashiki Sekai?)
    Overworld theme of the merged world.
  12. Sealed Book — 1:49
    (封印の書, Fūin no Sho?)
    Plays during the cutscene at the Library of the Ancients when the Sealed Tome is read, and when the party visits a tablet chamber or the inner chamber of the Sealed Castle.
  13. Slumber of Ancient Earth — 2:29
    (古き土の眠り, Furuki Tsuchi no Nemuri?)
    Plays at Jachol Cave, Pyramid of Moore, and Desert of Shifting Sands.
  14. Prelude to the Void — 3:57
    (虚空への前奏曲, Kokū e no Zensōkyoku?)
    Plays when the party walks through the Interdimensional Rift.
  15. In Search of Light — 1:40
    (光を求めて, Hikari o Motomete?)
    Plays during the last floor of the Interdimensional Rift and the Sealed Temple.
  16. The Decisive Battle — 4:26
    (決戦, Kessen?)
    Plays during any battle against Exdeath and the bosses in the Sealed Temple.
  17. The Final Battle — 4:04
    (最後の闘い, Saigo no Tatakai?)
    Plays during the battle against Neo Exdeath and Enuo.
  18. The Silent Beyond — 5:42
    (静寂の彼方, Seijaku no Kanata?)
    Plays during the ending scene.
  19. Dear Friends — 4:02
    (親愛なる友へ, Shin'ai Naru Tomo e?)
    Plays during the ending scene.
  20. Final Fantasy — 3:33
    (ファイナルファンタジー, Fainaru Fantajī?)
    Plays during the ending scene.
  21. Ending Theme — 8:16
    (エンドタイトル, Endo Taitoru?)
    Plays during the credit roll.
  22. The Prelude — 1:46
    (プレリュード, Pureryūdo?)
    Plays after the credit roll and in the Final Fantasy V Advance main menu.
  23. Fanfare 1 — 0:08
    (ファンファーレ1, Fanfāre 1?)
    Plays when the party obtains a key item.
  24. Fanfare 2 — 0:12
    (ファンファーレ2, Fanfāre 2?)
    Plays when Galuf regains his memory.
  25. I'm a Dancer — 0:16
    (あたしは踊り子, Atashi wa Odoriko?)
    Plays when Bartz approaches any group of Dancers for a "private dance". It is a remix of Bizet's "Carmen".
  26. Piano Lesson 1 — 0:12
    (ピアノのおけいこ1, Piano no Okeiko 1?)
    Plays during the first time Bartz plays a new piano.
  27. Piano Lesson 2 — 0:13
    (ピアノのおけいこ2, Piano no Okeiko 2?)
    Plays during the second time Bartz plays a new piano.
  28. Piano Lesson 3 — 0:13
    (ピアノのおけいこ3, Piano no Okeiko 3?)
    Plays during the third time Bartz plays a new piano.
  29. Piano Lesson 4 — 0:27
    (ピアノのおけいこ4, Piano no Okeiko 4?)
    Plays during the fourth time Bartz plays a new piano.
  30. Piano Lesson 5 — 0:08
    (ピアノのおけいこ5, Piano no Okeiko 5?)
    Plays during the fifth time Bartz plays a new piano. The tune played is Schubert's "Marche Militaire No. 1".
  31. Piano Lesson 6 — 0:09
    (ピアノのおけいこ6, Piano no Okeiko 6?)
    Plays during the sixth time Bartz plays a new piano. The tune played is Stephen Foster's "Beautiful Dreamer".
  32. Piano Lesson 7 — 0:08
    (ピアノのおけいこ7, Piano no Okeiko 7?)
    Plays during the seventh time Bartz plays a new piano. The tune played is Mozart's "Rondo Alla Turca".
  33. Piano Lesson 8 — 0:13
    (ピアノのおけいこ8, Piano no Okeiko 8?)
    Plays when Bartz plays a new piano the last time before acquiring mastership. The tune played is Debussy's "Arabesque No. 1".

Liner notes (translated from the original Japanese)[]

The liner notes in the soundtrack include a message from composer Nobuo Uematsu and a transcript of a dialogue between Uematsu and the series' illustrator Yoshitaka Amano.

Message from Nobuo Uematsu[]

Dawn... In the light of day, the tower of the Dragon rises up, as the thick mist disappears into the turning blue sky. Tycoon castle reveals its shape. This, in fact, is the original introduction scene to Final Fantasy V.

It was last winter when Mr. Sakaguchi gave me this 150-page thick scenery. Since then, New Year's had passed, snow had melted, turning into rivers, and spring came and went. While fireworks boomed up in the summer sky, the crickets' chirp had faded when fall came about. And now, the deadline is up. For the FFV team members, everything seemed like a wind blowing from another world. As we brought out a masterpiece to the world from that octopus-shaped, sushi-packed torture room, we asked ourselves, "Can we really fight 24 hours?" And the answer was, "We will fight 8,760 hours!! Huff, huff, huff, huff."

"Whew! How about some tea?"

"Huff, huff, oh, thanks."

Thus, this was one of the many situations in making the game. My first job is to read the scenes carefully. Everything starts here, reading everyday, again and again, until I've memorized it.

Hmm, okay. Hmm, oh, I get it. Yes. Oh yes, hmmm.



NO! I was sleeping!!?

Afterwards, I start listing songs that are needed for the game. This is the toughest part. Counting my memos, I find that more than 100 songs are required. Noooo!! I'll have to reduce it to 50, and that is this album. I wanted to put it all on a single CD, because kids don't have much money, but... Forgive me! The quality is much better than FF4's now. Oh, speaking of quality, Mr. Akao again programmed the music for me. Say something, Akao.

Uematsu: Akao? Hey, say something. Oh, wait. There's no space left.

Akao: (sob). That's okay I'm just a little.

Uematsu: Hey, don't cry, Akao. Here. Wipe your tears, and let's go get something to eat. I'll treat. Um. How about some natto rice?

Dialogue between Uematsu and Amano, September 21, 1992[]

AMANO: It's interesting how children like my kids, who don't seem to be interested in music at all, like to go to musical concerts based on video games.


AMANO: And they're listening to game music, even while studying. That's why they acquire a sense of melody. Knowing melody is an important thing. Knowing a melody will eventually lead them into orchestra, pulling them into orchestra, and pulling them into a wider variety of music.

UEMATSU: Kids who are not interested in music may like a certain song in a game, and may eventually begin to like the music itself.

AMANO: Yes, and when devices such as the Famicom put graphics, sound, and text into one, everything seems to be like a scene from a movie. It's like the chocobo theme, for example, where the image of a chocobo comes into your head immediately.

UEMATSU: Don't you think it will nice if, like, kids in elementary school now would group up as college students and talk about Final Fantasy, remembering a small part of their childhood?

AMANO: It's possible it would happen. There's no doubt that such a series like Final Fantasy has the effect to stick in one's head.

UEMATSU: Yeah, like: "La la la~. Do you remember this song?" "Oh, hey, it's the FF1 city theme, isn't it?"


AMANO: Nobuo-san, how do you come up with a song? I know there's a certain theme attached to them, but...

UEMATSU: Theme. You mean like melody? If I were to make, say, 50 songs, I get all the titles first. Then, I start composing.

AMANO: Sure, like following the scenery.

UEMATSU: It's pretty easy, when there's a script to follow. You understand the meaning of a song, and you try to create something that relates to such.

AMANO: Don't poems automatically give you a melody of a song?

UEMATSU: Not always, but sometimes. Short words are oftentimes better than long stories.

AMANO: Graphics, too. Remember "Dawn"*? You never saw my pictures, while I never listened to your music, but the two came together as one. It might be a normal thing, but it sure felt strange to me.

UEMATSU: Yes, the title can be nothing BUT "Dawn."

AMANO: Yes, I am a painter, while you're a musician. We both based that for "Dawn," and the result became one.

*Dawn/1991 was an exhibit based on Final Fantasy. Mr. Amano displayed his art works, while Mr. Uematsu composed the exhibit's background music.


UEMATSU: Yoshitaka-san, tell me about your tastes in music.

AMANO: Hmm. I don't know for sure. I don't really like picking a certain thing from something that has such wide variety.

UEMATSU: So, you're really into any kind of genre?

AMANO: You could say that. As for my works, I draw alone. There's a sense of music, even when there IS no music. My image expands, while I find a song that suits my emotions. Do you see? It's like when your music paints a certain image.

UEMATSU: Yes, I understand.

AMANO: Do you have any certain genres in your music?

UEMATSU: No, I like almost any kind of music, for I'm a prodigy for enjoying music. There are two types of people: one that makes a conclusion about a song; and one that goes into a song, exploring the true meaning of it. For me, I have the abnormal ability to enjoy any type of music, so there are no songs that seem bad.


UEMATSU: By the way, how are your new works, now that they're on LD (laser disc)?

AMANO: It's the first time my pictures ever turned digital.

UEMATSU: Is it a moving picture?

AMANO: I don't know for sure. I heard that there are some effects zooming up, though. We're trying to choose the background music now.

UEMATSU: Are any of my songs in it? (laughs)

AMANO: Of course!

UEMATSU: I'm looking forward to the completed work, then!

Limited edition[]

Limited edition black and gold cover.

The limited edition of the soundtrack comes in a single jewel case that holds both CDs and the CDs are gold-pressed. The cover is black with the logo and the text in gold print. The full kanji on the front says "20-man-mai toppo kinen," which translates vaguely into "breakthrough commemoration of 200,000 pieces".

Final Fantasy V Original Soundtrack Revival Disc[]

Final Fantasy V Original Soundtrack Revival Disc is the complete soundtrack for the SNES version Final Fantasy V on a blu-ray disc with high-quality audio. It includes the ability to view game visuals with the music. MP3 files are also included on the disc for portable music devices.

Bonus Tracks[]

This release includes 3 bonus mp3s of songs not included in the game. They are not included in the Blu-ray tracks with game footage.

  1. Mount of Sky Dragon
    (飛竜の山 (ゲーム未収録曲) (Bonus MP3 track), [missing rōmaji]?)
  2. Opening Idea - Version 2
    (オープニング・アイディア (Version2) (ゲーム未収録曲) (Bonus MP3 track), [missing rōmaji]?)
  3. Airship - Version 2
    (飛空艇 (Version2) (ゲーム未収録曲) (Bonus MP3 track), [missing rōmaji]?)

There are also 4 extra tracks after the original 67 that play alternate video for certain songs.

  1. Battle 1 (Extra Version)
    (/バトル1 (EXTRA VER.), Batoru 1 (EXTRA VER.)?)
  2. Battle 2 (Extra Version)
    (/バトル2 (EXTRA VER.), Batoru 2 (EXTRA VER.)?)
  3. Battle at the Big Bridge
    (/ビッグブリッヂの死闘 (EXTRA VER.), Biggu Burijji no Shitō (EXTRA VER.)?)
  4. Boko's Theme
    (/ボクのテーマ (EXTRA VER.), Boko no Tēma (EXTRA VER.)?)

Final Fantasy V Pixel Remaster Original Soundtrack[]

Final Fantasy IV Pixel Remaster Original Soundtrack is the complete soundtrack of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster version of the game. It features new arrangements of the score, supervised by Nobuo Uematsu.

Track List
# Track Name Duration
01. Main Theme of Final Fantasy V FFPR Ver.  (ファイナルファンタジーV メインテーマ FFPR Ver.?) 2:42
02. Opening Theme FFPR Ver.  (オープニング FFPR Ver.?) 4:34
03. Four Hearts FFPR Ver.  (4つの心 FFPR Ver.?) 3:16
04. Hurry! Hurry! FFPR Ver.  (急げ!急げ!! FFPR Ver.?) 2:14
05. Reina's Theme FFPR Ver.  (レナのテーマ FFPR Ver.?) 4:28
06. Dungeon FFPR Ver.  (ダンジョン FFPR Ver.?) 2:31
07. Battle 1 FFPR Ver.  (バトル1 FFPR Ver.?) 2:18
08. Victory Fanfare FFPR Ver.  (勝利のファンファーレ FFPR Ver.?) 0:46
09. Requiem FFPR Ver.  (レクイエム FFPR Ver.?) 0:32
10. Pirates Ahoy FFPR Ver.  (おれたちゃ海賊 FFPR Ver.?) 2:10
11. Town Theme FFPR Ver.  (街のテーマ FFPR Ver.?) 3:19
12. Sealed Away FFPR Ver.  (封印されしもの FFPR Ver.?) 1:53
13. Cursed Lands FFPR Ver.  (呪いの地 FFPR Ver.?) 2:04
14. Deception FFPR Ver.  (幻惑されて FFPR Ver.?) 3:05
15. Harvest FFPR Ver.  (ハーヴェスト FFPR Ver.?) 3:13
16. To the North Mountain FFPR Ver.  (銀嶺を行く FFPR Ver.?) 1:55
17. Close Call FFPR Ver.  (危機一髪! FFPR Ver.?) 2:03
18. Battle 2 FFPR Ver.  (バトル2 FFPR Ver.?) 2:55
19. Spreading Grand Wings FFPR Ver.  (大いなる翼を広げ FFPR Ver.?) 3:27
20. Royal Palace FFPR Ver.  (王家の宮殿 FFPR Ver.?) 3:08
21. Fire Ship FFPR Ver.  (火力船 FFPR Ver.?) 3:42
22. Run! FFPR Ver.  (脱出! FFPR Ver.?) 1:26
23. Sorrows of Parting FFPR Ver.  (離愁 FFPR Ver.?) 2:38
24. Library of Ancients FFPR Ver.  (古代図書館 FFPR Ver.?) 2:38
25. Reminiscence FFPR Ver.  (回想 FFPR Ver.?) 3:01
26. Musica Machina FFPR Ver.  (ムジカ・マキーナ FFPR Ver.?) 4:26
27. The Day Will Come FFPR Ver.  (いつの日かきっと FFPR Ver.?) 2:00
28. What? FFPR Ver.  (ん? FFPR Ver.?) 1:17
29. Mambo de Chocobo FFPR Ver.  (マンボdeチョコボ FFPR Ver.?) 2:08
30. Home, Sweet Home FFPR Ver.  (はるかなる故郷 FFPR Ver.?) 2:35
31. Music Box FFPR Ver.  (想い出のオルゴール FFPR Ver.?) 1:22
32. The Airship FFPR Ver.  (飛空艇 FFPR Ver.?) 2:05
33. The Evil Lord Exdeath FFPR Ver.  (覇王エクスデス FFPR Ver.?) 2:13
34. Exdeath's Castle FFPR Ver.  (エクスデスの城 FFPR Ver.?) 4:29
35. The Dawn Warriors FFPR Ver.  (暁の戦士 FFPR Ver.?) 4:18
36. Battle at the Big Bridge FFPR Ver.  (ビッグブリッヂの死闘 FFPR Ver.?) 2:32
37. Unknown Lands FFPR Ver.  (未知なる大地FF PR Ver.?) 4:22
38. Moogles' Theme FFPR Ver.  (モーグリのテーマ FFPR Ver.?) 3:57
39. The Castle of Dawn FFPR Ver.  (暁の城 FFPR Ver.?) 2:08
40. Beyond the Deep Blue Sea FFPR Ver.  (深い碧の果てに FFPR Ver.?) 2:27
41. Legend of the Deep Forest FFPR Ver.  (大森林の伝説 FFPR Ver.?) 5:02
42. Tycoon Waltz FFPR Ver.  (タイクーン円舞曲へ長調 FFPR Ver.?) 4:21
43. Boko's Theme FFPR Ver.  (ボコのテーマ FFPR Ver.?) 2:10
44. A New World FFPR Ver.  (新しき世界 FFPR Ver.?) 4:13
45. Sealed Book FFPR Ver.  (封印の書 FFPR Ver.?) 2:38
46. Slumber of Ancient Earth FFPR Ver.  (古き土の眠り FFPR Ver.?) 2:50
47. Prelude to the Void FFPR Ver.  (虚空への前奏曲 FFPR Ver.?) 6:02
48. In Search of Light FFPR Ver.  (光を求めて FFPR Ver.?) 3:08
49. The Decisive Battle FFPR Ver.  (決戦 FFPR Ver.?) 4:24
50. The Final Battle FFPR Ver.  (最後の闘い FFPR Ver.?) 3:42
51. The Silent Beyond FFPR Ver.  (静寂の彼方 FFPR Ver.?) 5:45
52. Dear Friends FFPR Ver.  (親愛なる友へ FFPR Ver.?) 4:39
53. Final Fantasy FFPR Ver.  (ファイナルファンタジー FFPR Ver.?) 3:37
54. Ending Theme FFPR Ver.  (エンドタイトル FFPR Ver.?) 8:42
55. The Prelude FFPR Ver.  (プレリュード FFPR Ver.?) 3:59
56. Fanfare 1 FFPR Ver.  (ファンファーレ1 FFPR Ver.?) 0:11
57. Fanfare 2 FFPR Ver.  (ファンファーレ2 FFPR Ver.?) 0:13
58. I'm a Dancer FFPR Ver.  (あたしは踊り子 FFPR Ver.?) 0:20
59. Piano Lesson 1 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ1 FFPR Ver.?) 0:12
60. Piano Lesson 2 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ2 FFPR Ver.?) 0:15
61. Piano Lesson 3 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ3 FFPR Ver.?) 0:14
62. Piano Lesson 4 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ4 FFPR Ver.?) 0:28
63. Piano Lesson 5 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ5 FFPR Ver.?) 0:10
64. Piano Lesson 6 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ6 FFPR Ver.?) 0:11
65. Piano Lesson 7 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ7 FFPR Ver.?) 0:08
66. Piano Lesson 8 FFPR Ver.  (ピアノのおけいこ8 FFPR Ver.?) 0:15
67. Good Night FFPR Ver.  (おやすみなさい FFPR Ver.?) 0:10

Music samples[]


Sheet music[]

Book cover.

Final Fantasy V Original Sound Version Piano Solo Sheet Music is a book published by DOREMI Music Publishing back in 1993, containing Asako Niwa's solo piano arrangements for the music on the Final Fantasy V: Original Sound Version. The difficulty level is from beginner to intermediate.