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I've recently finished a massive quintet + choir based on the Song of Storms, the Song of Healing, Kafei and Anju's marriage theme, the Mayor's theme, the Clock Town theme and Majora's theme. The next number is Darmani's aria and his short interaction with Kafei. I have been struggling with its structure, so I took some time off to get fresh ideas.

By time off I mean working on something else of the opera. ^_^

I tested the Stone Tower theme with some ancient instruments, just as a sample to see how it would sound:

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZ3WUshwcC4]

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Time for Q&A #7:

TwilightDeku: Woo hoo! I am loving this! I just have one question. Will you be filming the opera as a movie.... or touring and performing it live?

At this point I don't know how many resources can be invested in the finished product so as to make a tour possible, but it's definitely not something I would refuse! Ideally, live performances and a film of the stage work would both be expected.

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BowserTheSecond: [referring to DEMO #2] Is that that same guy who played Mutoh in the Town Hall demo?

The audio is from the same person, yes, but not the video. Sometimes the original singers are available for the video recordings, sometimes they're not. In the latter case, we use someone who knows the music and can act it out well. We manage fine either way, because we always record audio first. You can tell by looking at the updated credits in the videos.

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kidkidkid12345: Will Sakon be a main character? And... Will Nintendo allow you to do this?

If by main character you mean vital to the plot, then yes. If you mean if he appears often, he appears as often as Kafei sees him. The three main points of view through which the audience gets the story are Kafei's, Anju's and the Happy Mask Salesman's.

As for Nintendo allowing the staging of the work, I will only find out after I have managed to contact them and made my presentation of the opera.

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