Final Fantasy Video Game Piano Music

Videogame soundtracks can be absolutely beautiful. In the past ten years, video game soundtracks have began winning mainstream awards, and though not all of us are avid gamers, I’m sure we can appreciate the composition the different pieces.

An Artiden Friend sent me the collection of Final Fantasy piano solos below and I’m now learning them! There is something to be said about playing well-written, elaborate scores.

At the moment, I’m working on Somnus (the first piece below).

Below, I’ve included pieces from Final Fantasy XV (sheet music) and Final Fantasy X (sheet music).

Final Fantasy XV

Yoko Shimomura – Somnus / Dreaming of the Dawn

This is one of my favourites. I am currently working on this one. I absolutely love how it starts so quietly and still manages to become so complex later on.

Yoko Shimomura – Sorrow Without Solace

Yoko Shimomura – Blest Be the Moonlight / Luna

Yoko Shimomura – Apocalypsis Noctis

Yoko Shimomura – Valse di Fantastica

If you’re a fan of waltzes, this one could give you a break from the typical Classical waltz.

Get the sheet music above from the Final Fantasy XV Piano Collections score (which contains the above five plus a few others)

Final Fantasy X

Nobou Uematsu – To Zanarkand

Nobou Uematsu – Suteki Da Ne

Masashi Hamauzu – Servants of the Mountain

Get the sheet music above from the Final Fantasy X Piano Collections score (which contains the above three and more)

Are you playing any video game soundtracks? Feel free to send this collection over to a friend who might find it useful!

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4 years ago

This is awesome! Thank you for sharing these; it’s like I’m building up my collection again. I actually loved learning some tracks from Undertale. A lot of fans either transcribed or remixed their own piano tracks on MuseScore plus Toby himself I believed shared some official sheet music! I’m thankful to see all the great work that went into composing these songs and all the motifs that let the soundtrack tell the story of the game as well. I enjoy learning classics too like Super Mario soundtrack pieces from games like Super Mario Galaxy or just piano arrangements of the… Read more »