Brass de Bravo Final Fantasy Vol.1 marches onto streaming services

Jerry on 2015-03-01
Final Fantasy series orchestral album Brass de Bravo Volume 1 features brass band arrangements directed by composer Nobuo Uematsu and performed by the Siena Wind Orchestra.

Formed in 1990, the ensemble is led by chief conductor Yutaka Sado and tackles numerous genres, from classical music, jazz, film and game scores, to brass band pieces and marches. Arrangements for the album are by Tsutomu Narita and Shiro Hamaguchi among other musicians, conducted by Hiroyasu Matsumoto, with supervision provided on some pieces by Hidenori Iwasaki.

Brass de Bravo Vol. 1 ships on compact disc from Square Enix's North American online store and is available for streaming digitally through Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music Unlimited. A crossfade sample video is streaming on YouTube, courtesy of the publisher.

From the product page:
Headed by Nobuo Uematsu, the father of Final Fantasy music, and performed by the Siena Wind Orchestra based in Japan, this arrangement album takes the beloved songs of the series and turns them into full concert band pieces. The disc includes new renditions of many popular series songs, including the “Final Fantasy Main Theme,” “To Zanarkand,” “Moogle’s Theme,” and an all-new “Airship Medley.”
Square Enix store for North America - Brass de Bravo Vol. 1 CD

Brass de Bravo Vol. 1 - Apple Music / YouTube Music