The Legend of Zelda franchise is home to some of the best acoustic tracks and sounds in video games. There are so many different musical cadences in the series that fans can recognize without skipping a beat due to just how iconic and unique they are. One such melody is the tune that plays in Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time when you enter the shop.
Even more than 20 years later, the shop song for Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time is still stuck in the head of many fans, including one piano player on YouTube. Going by the name of ZekromPlaysPiano, this YouTuber covers the infamous Zelda track in the video below.
In the description, he described the track as not being too difficult for anyone that knows how to play piano, rating it a 3/5 (Intermediate). Regardless, it is still really cool to hear it played on the piano, as it gives it an even catchier edge to the music.
If you’d like to play this Zelda track yourself, ZekromPlaysPiano even listed the sheet music in a google drive document that can be found in the video’s description. Anyone interested in hearing more video game piano tunes should also check out the rest of his channel, as he posts everything from Pokemon to Monsters Inc covers for you to enjoy.
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