The Legend Of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony came to London last night giving fans the opportunity to meet their heroes and enjoy 80 minutes of music from the Zelda series.
Zelda composer Koji Kondo, producer Eiji Aonuma and celebrity fan Zelda Williams were the special guests at the show.
Aonuma introduced the concert, commenting that it was sad that fans at the Los Angeles show had recorded video footage and posted them online.
Then Zelda Williams was introduced by conductor Eimar Noone. She read out some tweets from fans and could be seen to get a bit emotional when she talked about how much the games meant to her.
Finally Koji Kondo came on to play a piece of music from Wind Waker on the piano.
After the show ONM blogger and Zelda fan Colette Barr said: "Last night was breathtaking and simply magical, the whole room was truly transported into the Zelda universe."
Omar Ibrahim agreed, saying: "No words can describe how phenomenal tonight's Zelda Concert was. With appearances from Eiji Aonuma, a performance from Koji Kondo and a surprise visit from Zelda Williams, this was most definitely a night to remember."
The Royal Philarmonic Concert Orchestra played a two part symphony including the following music.
Hyrule Castle Theme
Princess Zelda's Theme
The Wind Waker Symphonic Movement
Ocarina Melody Suite
Boss Battle Medley
Kakariko Village - Twilight Princess Theme
The Legend Of Zelda 25th Anniversary Medley
The Legend Of Zelda: Selected Shorts Suite
Hyrule Field from Ocarina Of Time
Great Fairy's Fountain Theme
Twilight Princess Symphonic Movement
The Legend Of Zelda Main Theme Medley
Koji Kondo played Grandma's Theme from Wind Waker.
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