Community Spotlight: Hedgehog Orchestral Suite

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French composer Yoann Turpin has recently released a new album dedicated to our very own Sonic the Hedgehog, titled Hedgehog Orchestral Suite.

Described as a “tribute to the great Masato Nakamura”, the Bandcamp released album contains a total of eleven tracks based off music heard in the Mega Drive titles Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The album contains beautiful orchestral reimagining of various zones, include Mystic Cave Zone, Oil Ocean Zone and Spring Yard Zone.

You can enjoy and purchase the digital album on Bandcamp here. Congratulations to Yoann on crafting such a lovely tribute! You can also follow his work on his Facebook and SoundCloud.

Be sure to give it a listen, and sound off with your thoughts on the album in our comments below.

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Symbotic

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7 Comments

  1. Orchestral huh? This is pretty neat, you don’t often hear this kind of thing from the fan base that often, I’m assuming because of any number of complications involved in arranging an orchestra, but I could be wrong about the real reason. Regardless, orchestra has become a big part of Sonic’s music within the last decade or so, so it’s great to see someone embracing that and creating such a wonderful tribute out of that genre.

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