Kingdom Hearts Piano Collection Announced
Xin    2009-04-03, 00:18 am.

SquareEnix Music is bringing delight to your ears once again, as we are once and forever shown that Final Fantasy isn't the only series worthy of the ivories.

In a brief video announcement, KH Composer Yoko Shimomura announced the company's plans to release a Kingdom Hearts Piano Collection in May. In fact, you can watch the clip now and catch a sneak peek at the recording in process.

Link >> Kingdom Hearts Piano Collections (YouTube)

Fifty fans will also have a chance to attend a promotional video recording session, and will be treated to a live performance and Q&A session with Shimomura herself.

A track list has yet to be finalized, with votes on on the JP side of the SQEX Members site determining the songs involved~

14U-74Tetsu!!    2009-04-03, 11:28 am

OMFJ!! AWWW!! A Kingdom Hearts piano collection by the legendary Yoko Shimomura entire body is tingling with excitement...but I have a this Fifty Fans part of American fans, or only japanese?..

Xin    2009-04-03, 14:32 pm

Japan only for the performance thing

Rin    2009-04-04, 04:27 am

This makes me happy in so many ways. I love listening to and playing the music from the previous Piano Collections. <3

kweh!    2009-04-04, 04:47 am

/me adds to his Christmas wishlist.

Constantinos    2009-04-06, 12:09 pm

LOLL!! 14U-74Tetsu!! i think that your excitement has a bad effect in you recognizing Yoko Shimomura as a "he" rahter than a "she"!! :D

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