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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 4' started by 6gcivic, Mar 3, 2005.
Does anybody know who sings the opera music in the GT4 intro?
okay so does anybody know this??
Just a suggestion, but it might take more than 17 minutes to find the answer to this.
My thoughts are that in the credits on the disc, it would give credit to the author. Might take you 15 minutes to sort through, but you've already waited 17.
it's called "Moon Over The Castle ~Orchestral Version~" by Masahiro Andoh
17 minutes? I posted this yesterday.
i like that song also, i have the ost
whats the ost?
I'm using winmx and I just cant find it anywhere
Ahhh... Sorry about that, my mistake. I missed that.
My apologies for jumping on you.
Check the Jukebox option in Gran Turismo 4 for artist and song names. It even let's you play them. Amazing what technology can do these days...
Anyone else get the intro going on a surround sound setup? Man that bass and sound is great!
Just go in the jukebox option in the menu, its the first song. It takes 3 min Der Alta
but the SONG is by Masawhatshisface.
that means he composed it....i'd (and i think civic) would like to know who actually performs it. as in, who the singer and the chorus are.
Did they change the intro music for US and/or Euro versions of the game?
I'm worried, since I'm waiting for the PAL version, and I absolutely love the intro music on the Japanese version (have watched the video like two dozens times...)
Yes the intro music was changed.
Moon Over the Castle... been around in the Japanese version for quite some while, and most American and other folks are hearing "Moon Over the Castle" for the first time. It's a remix, but not to be funny, but I was watching the intro than listening to the music. The music did add a nice touch to it. I was completely amazed by the lovely Ford GT in different settings. I know there's another thread on the intro itself, I guess I'll look for it and share my thoughts.
They mixed in too much guitar into "Moon..." at the end should have stayed cultured.
Go into the Jukebox. All music in the game is listed there.
Main Theme "Moon Over The Castle" Orchestral Version Project
Composed By Masahiro Andoh
Orchestrated By Keiichi Oku
Original Lyrics By Kazunori Yamauchi
Italian Translation and Text Setting By Alessandra Cattani & Ed Bogas
The Orchestral part performed by: The Skywalker Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Barry Jekowsky
Orchestra contractor: Janet Ketchum
Kay Stern, Jeremy Cohen, Dawn Dover, Candace Guirao, Robin Hansen, Dawn Harma, Leonid Iguldesman, Maki Ishii, Mia Kim, Sarah Knusten, Robin mayforth, Kayo Miki, Pesavento Ellen, Deborah Price, Lev Rankov, Barbara Riccardi, Irene Sazer, Heidi Wilcox
Paul Ehrlich, Linda Ghidossi-DeLuca, Patricia Heller, Anna Kruger, Wieslau Pogorzeiski, Pamela Stripten
Teressa Adams, Nina Flyer, Emil Miland, Thalia Moore, Miriam Perkoff, Nora Pirquet
Steven D'Amico, Jon Lancelle, ken Miller, David Schoenbrun
Janet Ketchum, Michelle Caimotto
James Moore, Janet Archibald
Carey Bell, Anthony Striplen
Rufus Olivier, Gregory Barber
Glen Swartz, Eric Achen, Keith Green, Lawrence Ragent
John Pearson, Ronald Blais, William Holmes
Thomas Hornig, Kevin Porter, David Ridge
Arthur Storch, Galen Lemmon, Kent Reed
Kathleen Bayler, Sara Colburn, Sandy Cressman, Desiree Goyette, Aimee Puentes, Jennifer Youngdahl
Dana Anderson, Deborah Benedict, Julie Knell, Kathryn Nymoen, Shelley Saami, Heidi Waterman
Ken Berry, Wingate Greathouse, Lamont Ridgell, Erich Stratmann
Bass: Mel Mcmurrin, Dennis Yugo
Recording Engineer: Leslie Ann Jones
Mixing Engineer: Michael Scott
Assistant Engineers: Dann Thompson, Judy Kirschner, Andre Zweers (Skywalker Sound) Antony Zeller (Westlake Audio)
Recorded at Skywalker Sound, a Lucasfilm Ltd. Company, Marin County, CA, USA, on September 29th, 2004.
Mixed at Westlake Audio in Los Angeles, CA, USA between October 1st and 3rd, 2004.
While we're talking about that, does anyone have a translation of the lyrics?
My portuguese is not european enough to recognize that italian.
Give us something!
Any word would be nice.
It gave me chills when I first watched the GT4 intro with that song, because an instrumental version was used in the original japanese Gran Turismo 1 intro oh so many years ago.
It's been 13 years, and still I couldn't find the lyrics...
Came back here for this.
I have looked everywhere for the lyrics I swear (even under my bed) and still nothing after all these years.
I just say:
Tiii iii shiiiii iiiii whateki taaaaa aaaaaraaa
When the heroic voice drops and the men holding the GT flags show up.