almost 8 years ago
This is the easiest way I know of how to play Zelda's Lullaby. I just got the app yesterday, but I've been searching like crazy for an easy way to play this song. I couldn't find one easy enough. I couldn't any in C 8va/ionian either, for that matter, so I wrote my own. It sounds 99% accurate to me. If anything, the last 3 notes could be changed, but everything else sounds right. enjoy!:D
over 7 years ago
The song Zelda's Lullaby as featured in the video game Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time. This is the first song in the game that you learn on your ocarina. Due to my ocarina only having 4 holes i could not play the last note which is one step out of my range so I added a different note that sounded fine.
It looks complicated, but it's easier than it looks with a little bit of practice. I do have a recording of it uploaded for anyone who wants to hear it.
about 10 years ago
Hehe, it's amazing how many ways you can play Epona's Song. Anyway, here are some of the ones I know (Most songs are already posted here, too. I just learned from them :D )
Epona's Song (More like the Lon Lon Ranch song):
Song of Time:
Zelda's Lullaby (Sorry, not in Zeldarian):
almost 7 years ago
This is my try for Hyrule Castle Mezzanine from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess...
You can try it with different roots, depend on which you prefer. I thought G was the best, but whatever suits you ;)
Hope you like it :)
almost 7 years ago
Well, I wouldn't say it's perfect, but here it is! My song of storms. I went ahead and added th nice beginning before the main part, which is the first two lines. The rest is the main ocarina part.
Enjoy! Please comment! =^_^=
about 6 years ago
This is the song "The Legendary Hero" from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for GameCube.
Check out my other fingerings, as well as a detailed fingering guide, at my blog.
almost 6 years ago
This is the duet played by Link and Zelda in Spirit Tracks. A few of the notes are a bit off because Ocarina doesn't allow you to play notes that high.
NOTES: An arrow dictates that you should hold the note for a few seconds. A dash/line means that you should pause of a second.
over 5 years ago
Sonic the Hedgehog
Green Hill Zone
First part - Intro
Second part- Refrain 2x
third part - Outro (Flute ver. on flutetunes.com)