Square-Enix have added multiple Final Fantasy Piano Collections Soundtracks to online streaming services.
Songs from thirteen titles in the long-running JRPG series are now available to stream across all major music streaming services including Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and Deezer.
The Piano Collections page on Square-Enix’s website confirms that ‘Songs from the ”Piano Collections FINAL FANTASY” series are now available on various distribution services! You can enjoy it through download sales and streaming distribution.’
The statement, translated from Japanese continues with ‘Please enjoy the beautiful music of the ”FINAL FANTASY” series woven with piano tones’.
Background Music Video
In an email announcing the online release of the Final Fantasy Piano Collections to subscribers, Square-Enix also unveiled a new ‘background music video’ for the Square-Enix Music Channel on YouTube.
The new music video features a piece of serene animated artwork of a piano sitting on a moonlit beach surrounded by crystals, a common connective thread between multiple Final Fantasy games.
The 91-minute-long music video for the Final Fantasy Piano Collections is subtitled ‘Night Beach’ and features waves gently lapping against the shore, shooting stars, a passing airship and an occasional fly-by from a curious Moogle.
The video is accompanied by a selection of songs from the newly released Final Fantasy Piano Collections, with each album represented.
The Final Fantasy maker concluded the announcement email by asking fans to ‘please enjoy the video and music together during your relaxing time at night’.
I personally can’t wait to stream these beautiful albums this evening as I sit by the fire and reminisce about my previous adventures through the Final Fantasy series.
We’ve listed the full line up of Final Fantasy Piano Collections below. Each album features piano compositions of the games original soundtrack and are simply breathtaking.
- Final Fantasy IV
- Final Fantasy V
- Final Fantasy VI
- Final Fantasy VII
- Final Fantasy VIII
- Final Fantasy IX
- Final Fantasy X
- Final Fantasy XI
- Final Fantasy XII
- Final Fantasy XIII
- Final Fantasy XIV
- Final Fantasy XV
- Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
As a Bahamut-sized fan of the series (and relaxation), I’m thrilled to see these albums being made more readily available for people to enjoy.
For more on Final Fantasy, why not check out our 10 best Final Fantasy games of all time list or look to the future of the series with our coverage of the Final Fantasy 17 release date, rumours and speculation.
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