Final Symphony: Music From Final Fantasy reprinted on vinyl

Jerry on 2023-10-04
Published by Laced Records of London, orchestral album "Final Symphony: Music From Final Fantasy," ships on three analog records from distributors Light in the Attic in Seattle and PixelCrib in Australia. Pre-mastering for vinyl is by Joe Caithness.

The licensed series of Final Symphony concerts, premiering in 2013 with a Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra performance in Germany, includes arrangements of music by Masashi Hamauzu, Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo. Selected tracks include composer Nobuo Uematsu's Final Fantasy VI symphonic poem, Final Fantasy X piano concertos, and Final Fantasy VII symphony in three movements.

The digital edition of the orchestral album is streaming on YouTube Music, Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited. Recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios, excerpts of the concert's orchestral renditions are streaming on YouTube, courtesy of the publisher.

From the product page:
The Square Enix game music orchestra concert, 'Final Symphony - Music From FINAL FANTASY VI, VII and X' has been performed around the world since 2013, and we are now pleased to breathe new life into these incredible songs.

This Blu-ray music disc features a full re-recording by the world-renowned London Symphony Orchestra in cooperation with Abbey Road Studios, including beloved songs from FINAL FANTASY VI, VII, and X. The orchestral arrangements are recorded in high-resolution sound, which can also be enjoyed in 5.1-ch. surround sound.
Laced Records - Final Symphony - Triple Vinyl / Limited Edition

Light in the Attic - Final Symphony - Vol.1 / Vol.2

PixelCrib - Final Symphony - Vol.1 / Vol.2

Play-Asia - Final Symphony - Blu-Ray

YouTube Music - Final Symphony - Music from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X (Streaming)