I absolutely love Nobuo Uematsu's work! Music composed for video game's soundtrack's is very under rated in general...which is a shame considering
the amount of talent and musical genius in the gaming world.
I felt the same when I played FFVII
I love the two you posted....a couple more of his I like....
From Final Fantasy X - To Zanarkand
And I cannot discuss Nobuo Uematsu without mentioning One Winged Angel from Final Fantasy VII!
A concert based on Nobuo Uematsu's composition's with music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X will be played in London next month by London Symphony
Orchestra. It's the first time that the London Symphony Orchestra will have performed a live concert of video game music. I'm delighted that his
work and the recognition of music from the gaming industry will be honoured in this way.....but they sold out of ticket's month's ago
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Another game music composer that stands out for me is Yasunori Mitsuda. Here is his opening for Chrono Cross. Scars of Time
This next one is a classic composer, but I was introduced to him through the movie 'The Hunt For Red October.' To my knowledge his music isn't in the
film at all, but his name was mentioned and I was curious. When I found him I was more then surprised, it was different and experimental, I wasn't
sure what to think, but it was kinda cool. Here's the first piece I heard by him. Niccolo Paganini's Caprice No. 1 and 2
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