OverClocked Remix, the cooperative dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of video game music, has just released an arrangement of 46 tracks of the Final Fantasy IV musical score.
OC ReMix bills the album as a tribute to Nobuo Uematsu, the eminent composer of all the Final Fantasy scores. The three-hour, three-disc project are arranged narratively, as if the listener were playing through the game. Thirty-three artists broke down the project into three acts: Betrayal, Strife and Redemption.
"The musical style of the project is best classified as a rock opera," says an OC ReMix release, "but a variety of genres are represented in the album, enhancing the breadth of the original score."
You may download the artwork and the soundtrack, for free, from the project site.