Ocarina of time songs

Ocarina of time songs DEFAULT

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time/Ocarina Songs

Gamepad icon.png
Select controller:

Nintendo 64, GameCube, Wii (classic), Nintendo 3DS

There are many songs that you can play on the Ocarina of Time OoT Items Ocarina of Time.png. Some of these are needed to complete the game, but it is possible to play other songs as well.

Link plays the Song of Time.

Playing Songs[edit]

To play Ocarina songs, press the C button it is equipped to.

For the GameCube controller, you can use the Neutral cstick and/or X button, Y button, Z button to select the items.

The Wii Classic Controller uses the Neutral rstick, X button, Y button and/or Zl button/Zr button to select an item.

On the Nintendo 3DS, there is a button on the Touch Screen Stylus button for the Ocarina.

The rest of the content on this page is displayed depending on the controller setting chosen at the top of this page

Use A buttonA buttonA buttonA button and Left cUp cRight cDown cLeft cstickY buttonUp cstickRight cstickX buttonDown cstickZ buttonLeft rstickY buttonUp rstickRight rstickX buttonDown rstickZl buttonZr buttonL buttonY buttonX buttonR button to play notes.

Holding R buttonR buttonR buttonUp dpad makes the note sharp, and holding Z buttonL buttonL buttonDown dpad makes the note flat. Up controlUp controlUp lstickUp cpad gradually raises the note to its next higher note, and Down controlDown controlDown lstickDown cpad dips it to the next lower one. Left controlLeft controlLeft lstickLeft dpad or Right controlRight controlRight lstickRight dpad gives the note a vibrating effect.

Song List[edit]

Zelda's Lullaby[edit]

Use any time you see the Triforce, the Royal Family Crest, or when you need to establish yourself as a messenger of the Royal Family. For example, when this song is played while standing on the Triforce-shaped crest in the Kakariko Graveyard, the Royal Tomb will open, allowing entry. Playing the tune in front of Darunia's room in Goron City will open the door into his room. Playing this song on the crest at the end of the Zora's River will reveal the entrance to Zora's Domain behind the waterfall. In Great Fairy Fountains, play them on the Triforce symbol and a Great Fairy will appear. If you break a sign and play this song, the sign will be restored. Playing this song near Gossip Stones (one-eyed statues) causes rejuvenating fairies to appear.

Left cUp cRight cLeft cUp cRight cLeft cstickUp cstickRight cstickLeft cstickUp cstickRight cstickLeft rstickUp rstickRight rstickLeft rstickUp rstickRight rstickX buttonA buttonY buttonX buttonA buttonY button

Epona's Song[edit]

Use in Hyrule Field to call Epona to your side (does not work as Young Link). Also, playing the song near a cow will earn you a bottle full of free milk (assuming you have an empty bottle).

Up cLeft cRight cUp cLeft cRight cUp cstickLeft cstickRight cstickUp cstickLeft cstickRight cstickUp rstickLeft rstickRight rstickUp rstickLeft rstickRight rstickA buttonX buttonY buttonA buttonX buttonY button

Saria's Song[edit]

Use anywhere to talk to Saria. Saria will give you a hint as to where you should proceed next. For example, after obtaining the Goron Ruby from the Gorons, the only way of knowing to visit the Zoras for the Zora's Sapphire is to talk to Saria. Also used to cheer up the Goron Elder Darunia before entering the Dodongo's Cavern and to get Mido to let you through the Lost Woods as an adult.

Down cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cZ buttonX buttonY buttonZ buttonX buttonY buttonZr buttonX buttonY buttonZr buttonX buttonY buttonR buttonY buttonX buttonR buttonY buttonX button

Sun's Song[edit]

Any time you can see the sky (ie., not in a dungeon), play this song to switch between day and night. After playing this song, the game will proceed from either 12:00 noon or 12:00 midnight. This song also freezes ReDeads, but only temporarily. This song can also summon a fairy if Navi turns green.

Right cDown cUp cRight cDown cUp cRight cstickDown cstickUp cstickRight cstickDown cstickUp cstickRight rstickDown rstickUp rstickRight rstickDown rstickUp rstickY buttonR buttonA buttonY buttonR buttonA button

Song of Time[edit]

First used to get into the Temple of Time. Can move blue blocks bearing the symbol from the Temple of Time. Also can summon a fairy if you play it in front of a Gossip Stone.

Right cA buttonDown cRight cA buttonDown cX buttonA buttonZ buttonX buttonA buttonZ buttonX buttonA buttonZr buttonX buttonA buttonZr buttonY buttonL buttonR buttonY buttonL buttonR button

Song of Storms[edit]

Use to make it temporarily rain and open secret grottos in certain areas. Can also summon a Red Fairy, to restore all of Link's health and Magic Power, if Navi turns green around an area.

A buttonDown cUp cA buttonDown cUp cA buttonDown cstickUp cstickA buttonDown cstickUp cstickA buttonDown rstickUp rstickA buttonDown rstickUp rstickL buttonR buttonA buttonL buttonR buttonA button

Minuet of Forest[edit]

Use to warp to the Forest Temple in the Sacred Forest Meadow.

A buttonUp cLeft cRight cLeft cRight cA buttonUp cstickLeft cstickRight cstickLeft cstickRight cstickA buttonUp rstickLeft rstickRight rstickLeft rstickRight rstickL buttonA buttonX buttonY buttonX buttonY button

Bolero of Fire[edit]

Use to warp to the Fire Temple at the summit of Death Mountain.

Down cA buttonDown cA buttonRight cDown cRight cDown cZ buttonA buttonZ buttonA buttonX buttonZ buttonX buttonZ buttonZr buttonA buttonZr buttonA buttonX buttonZr buttonX buttonZr buttonR buttonL buttonR buttonL buttonY buttonR buttonY buttonR button

Serenade of Water[edit]

Use to warp to the Water Temple at Lake Hylia.

A buttonDown cRight cRight cLeft cA buttonZ buttonX buttonX buttonY buttonA buttonZr buttonX buttonX buttonY buttonL buttonR buttonY buttonY buttonX button

Requiem of Spirit[edit]

Use to warp to the Spirit Temple at the Desert Colossus.

A buttonDown cA buttonRight cDown cA buttonA buttonZ buttonA buttonX buttonZ buttonA buttonA buttonZr buttonA buttonX buttonZr buttonA buttonL buttonR buttonL buttonY buttonR buttonL button

Nocturne of Shadow[edit]

Use to warp to the Shadow Temple in the Kakariko Graveyard.

Left cRight cRight cA buttonLeft cRight cDown cY buttonX buttonX buttonA buttonY buttonX buttonZ buttonY buttonX buttonX buttonA buttonY buttonX buttonZr buttonX buttonY buttonY buttonL buttonX buttonY buttonR button

Prelude of Light[edit]

Use to warp to the Temple of Time in Hyrule Castle Town.

Up cRight cUp cRight cLeft cUp cUp cstickRight cstickUp cstickRight cstickLeft cstickUp cstickUp rstickRight rstickUp rstickRight rstickLeft rstickUp rstickA buttonY buttonA buttonY buttonX buttonA button

Scarecrow's Song[edit]

Causes a scarecrow to appear that can be helpful in your quest.

The notes of this song can be composed by you. Talk to the scarecrow at Lake Hylia and play a song eight notes long. This song can be changed at any time and it is the only song that will not be recorded with the others on the Quest Status screen.

Frog mini game[edit]

As a child, you can play songs to the frogs in Zora's river for rewards (such as two pieces of heart). Please see the Minigames page for more details.

Fun Songs[edit]

These are songs that don't have any effect in-game, but are fun to play when you want to wind down. (The + icon means that you must press these buttons simultaneously.)

Kakariko Village Theme[edit]

This is the theme for Kakariko Village.

A button(Down c+Up control)A buttonLeft c(Down c+Up control)Up cA button(Down c+Up control)A buttonLeft c(Down c+Up control)Up cUp c(Up c+Up control)

(Down c+R button)(Up c+Up control)Up cLeft cLeft cLeft cRight c(Down c+Up control)(Down c+Up control)(Down c+Up control)(Down c+R button)Right c

(Down c+Up control)A button(A button+Down control)(A button+Down control+Z button)(A button+Down control)A button(A button+Down control+Z button)(Down c+Up control)

(Down c+Up control)(Down c+R button)Right c(Down c+Up control)A buttonUp c(Up c+Down control)Left cRight c(Right c+Down control)L button(R button+Up control)L buttonX button(R button+Up control)A buttonL button(R button+Up control)L buttonX button(R button+Up control)A buttonA button(A button+Up control)

(R button+R button)(A button+Up control)A buttonX buttonX buttonX buttonY button(R button+Up control)(R button+Up control)(R button+Up control)(R button+R button)Y button

(R button+Up control)L button(L button+Down control)(L button+Down control+L button)(L button+Down control)L button(L button+Down control+L button)(R button+Up control

(R button+Up control)(R button+R button)Y button(R button+Up control)L buttonA button(A button+Down control)X buttonY button(Y button+Down control)L button(R button+Up lstick)L buttonX button(R button+Up lstick)A buttonL button(R button+Up lstick)L buttonX button(R button+Up lstick)A buttonA button(A button+Up lstick)

(R button+R button)(A button+Up lstick)A buttonX buttonX buttonX buttonY button(R button+Up lstick)(R button+Up lstick)(R button+Up lstick)(R button+R button)Y button

(R button+Up lstick)L button(L button+Down lstick)(L button+Down lstick+L button)(L button+Down lstick)L button(L button+Down lstick+L button)(R button+Up lstick

(R button+Up lstick)(R button+R button)Y button(R button+Up lstick)L buttonA button(A button+Down lstick)X buttonY button(Y button+Down lstick)L button(R button+Up cpad)L buttonX button(R button+Up cpad)A buttonL button(R button+Up cpad)L buttonX button(R button+Up cpad)A buttonA button(A button+Up cpad)

(R button+Up dpad)(A button+Up cpad)A buttonX buttonX buttonX buttonY button(R button+Up cpad)(R button+Up cpad)(R button+Up cpad)(R button+Up dpad)Y button

(R button+Up cpad)L button(L button+Down cpad)(L button+Down cpad+Down dpad)(L button+Down cpad)L button(L button+Down cpad+Down dpad)(R button+Up cpad

(R button+Up cpad)(R button+Up dpad)Y button(R button+Up cpad)L buttonA button(A button+Down cpad)X buttonY button(Y button+Down cpad)

Full-length Saria's Song[edit]

This is Saria's Song in full.

Down cRight cLeft cUp cDown cRight cLeft cUp cDown cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cUp cLeft cRight cDown cA buttonLeft cRight cDown cA buttonLeft cRight cDown cDown cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cUp c(Up c+R button)Left cRight cDown cUp cLeft cRight cDown cUp cLeft cRight cRight cLeft cUp cRight cLeft cUp cLeft cRight cDown cRight cLeft cUp cLeft c(Up c+Z button)Up cRight cLeft cUp cRight cLeft cUp cLeft cRight cDown cRight cLeft cRight cLeft cRight cLeft cRight cLeft cRight cLeft cRight cLeft cDown cRight cLeft cUp cUp cDown cRight cLeft cUp cDown cRight cLeft cUp cDown cRight cDown cRight cUp cLeft cDown cRight cDown cstickRight cstickLeft cstick

Sours: https://strategywiki.org/wiki/The_Legend_of_Zelda:_Ocarina_of_Time/Ocarina_Songs

Every Song in Ocarina of Time, Ranked Worst To Best

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Timeis many players' choice for best game of all-time for a lot of different reasons, but mainly because it uses its every component to the highest extent attainable. Over two decades after release, every element still feels as immaculately crafted as ever. This includes Koji Kondo's musical score, an eclectic mix of songs (some with real-world samples) that cumulatively remain the standard for how to invoke an edifying sense of adventure in players.

Ocarina of Time goes a step beyond most games by not just having sweeping music in the background. It makes many of its ethereal compositions an integral gameplay function, as Link must use the titular blue ocarina frequently to move the story forward. Some songs can instantly warp him to a specific place, acting as a fast travel system across Hyrule's many zones and temples. Others serve specific functions, from summoning Link's trusty steed Epona to manipulating the weather and day/night cycles themselves.

Related: Every 2D Zelda Game, Ranked Worst To Best

Ranking each of the ocarina's tunes is no easy task. Just like how every temple in Ocarina of Timeis distinct from the next, each song on the Ocarina attempts to evoke a different sensation. Some also hit differently due to their significance when Link is older. Here are all the songs Link can play on the Ocarina of Time, from the "worst" to the magisterial best. This list does not include the Scarecrow's Song, which the player improvises.

#12 Worst Ocarina of Time Song - Requiem of Spirit

Many of the songs Link learns from Sheik and other characters feel like they convey the emotion of an entire opera in just a few notes. This is one of the few that doesn't. As the song that can warp Link to the Desert Colossus (where the Spirit Temple is located), it's a simple series of mostly low notes that never really gets off the ground. It's far outshone by the Spirit Temple's actual theme, whose blend of Armenian, Egyptian, and Indian instruments is downright entrancing.

#11 Ocarina of Time Song - Serenade of Water

Link learns this simple tune after acquiring the Iron Boots in the Ice Cavern substage. Used to to transport him to Lake Hylia, right above the Water Temple, it's brief and doesn't leave too much of an impression. It's not even the best song the player hears within that particular stage, as the Ice Cavern's wintery soundtrack is more atmospheric.

#10 Ocarina of Time Song - Bolero of Fire

A somewhat military-esque cadence that sweeps Link right to the Death Mountain Crater. It's immediate, and stirs a feeling of duty to save the Gorons locked away in the Fire Temple. Just make sure to have that red tunic equipped!

Related: Zelda: BOTW 2 Release Date, Name & More Revealed In Ridiculous 'Leak'

#9 Ocarina of Time Song - Prelude of Light

Ocarina of Time's Prelude of Light is one of the most important ocarina songs, allowing Link to go straight to the Temple of Time. It's slightly melancholic, capturing the range of emotions of seeing Hyrule's changes over a long period of time. It's also the perfect lead-in to the thrilling, uplifting rush of the cue that starts when Link either pulls the Master Sword or puts it into the stone, moving backwards or forwards seven years.

#8 Ocarina of Time Song - Minuet of Forest

A stately waltz befitting of the warp song for the first temple Link faces in adulthood. It's mature and reflects the beauty of this Legend of Zelda forest setting. it's also the biggest headache-saver of all the warp numbers, allowing Link to skip past a maze of moblins and saves him the trouble of navigating The Lost Woods whenever he needs to go to the Forest Temple.

#7 Ocarina of Time Song - Nocturne of Shadow

The best of the temple warp songs, this haunting number has the most exciting setup before it's taught. When Link arrives in Kakariko Village as an adult, he witnesses the town in peril as Bongo Bongo (the boss of the Shadow Temple) escapes from the bottom of the well, before learning the song from Sheik. It's also the most useful, given the entrance to the Shadow Temple is tucked away in an enclosed spot above the Kakariko Graveyard and is unreachable without Nocturne of Shadow's help.

#6 Ocarina of Time Song - Saria's Song

While most of the ocarina songs throughout The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time serve purposes like warp travel, "Saria's Song" (also the theme for the Lost Woods area) is one borne out of Link's childhood friendship with Saria. Its joyful melody conveys the essence of companionship and the warmth of home.

Related: Every 3D Zelda Game, Ranked Worst To Best

The joy that it instills is one felt by multiple characters as well - when young Link has to get the grouchy Goron leader Darunia to talk and progress the story, it's "Saria's Song" that gets the stoic leader to dance and open up.

#5 Ocarina of Time Song - Sun's Song

A delightful melody with an all-encompassing power: the ability to change day and night in an instant. In order to wield such skills, Link must traipse through the Royal's Family Tomb, with a phalanx of ReDeads guarding the main area. Ocarina of Time's Sun Song is always pleasurable to hear, making one feel the sensation of the promise of a new day. For players with a crippling fear of ReDeads and Gibdos, being able to whip out those six notes to instantly freeze them is an added bonus.

#4 Ocarina of Time Song - Song of Time

One of the definitive compositions of the entire Zelda series. The hymnal "Song of Time" opens the Door of Time, allowing Link to pull out the Master Sword and go back in time, in addition to removing blocks within dungeons. It sounds even better in the Temple of Time, where it's chanted over and over by a monk-like chorus.

#3 Ocarina of Time Song - Epona's Song

Like Saria's Song, the six-note sequence that summon Link's faithful horse is rooted in everlasting kinship. Learned when Link first visits Lon Lon Ranch as a child, he uses it to summon Epona to ride where necessary as an adult.

Related: Zelda Fan Trailer Envisions Ocarina Of Time 3D On Nintendo Switch

It has a uniquely pastoral feeling, which is amplified by the more country arrangement that envelops the soundtrack at the ranch itself.

#2 Ocarina of Time Song - Song of Storms

A necessity to access the Bottom of the Well, this carnival-sounding jaunt can literally make it rain at any moment. Song of Storms also triggers one of the funniest moments in the entire game, where the Phonogram Man angrily reprimands Link for using it to distort the storm cycle and mess up his windmill. Given he taught Link the song in the first place, though... well, you reap what you sow.

#1 Best Ocarina of Time Song - Zelda's Lullaby

Zelda's Lullaby is the song that binds the entire story of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time together. Shortly after meeting Princess Zelda in the Hyrule Castle courtyard as children, Link is taught Zelda's Lullaby by her bodyguard, Impa. Each time it's played, it recalls the deep heritage and lore of Hyrule, and the eternal bond between Link and Zelda that defies time itself. Playing it on the controller buttons, whether out of necessity or just for fun, always makes time stand still - something many players will likely still be able to do from memory, considering how many times they had to input the song in order to prove their connection to Hyrule's royal family.

Next: What Games Could Appear In The Legend of Zelda 3D All-Stars


God of War: Every Greek God Kratos Meets In The Series

About The Author
Marshall Garvey (24 Articles Published)

Video game critic, baseball writer, history author, boxing aficionado, Dodgers fan, cinephile, music snob, and a whole lot more. Publication credits include The Sacramento Bee, Screen Rant, Dodgers Nation, Cygnus X-1, Teen Ink, Richard Nixon Foundation, Last Token Gaming, 80s Baseball, and more. Also a co-producer for GPU the Show, a video game variety show based in Sacramento, CA.

More From Marshall Garvey
Sours: https://screenrant.com/zelda-ocarina-time-best-worst-songs-ranked/
  1. Average depth of utah lake
  2. Best board games reddit
  3. Roblox giorno theme id
  4. Water pump harbor freight
  5. 2005 polaris sportsman 500 seat

Ocarina of Time Songs

In Ocarina of Time, Link can learn a total of thirteen Ocarina Songs, most of which are required to complete the quest. Listed below are all Ocarina Songs, how to acquire them, as well as their uses.

Regular Songs

These six songs are taught to Link by various characters found throughout Hyrule and each has a distinctive attribute.

Zelda's Lullaby

Main article: Zelda's Lullaby

Link will learn Zelda's Lullaby shortly after meeting up with Princess Zelda in Hyrule Castle. It is taught to Link by Impa and is the song of the Royal Family of Hyrule. It's primarily played whenever a Triforce symbol is found, including within Goron City, at the entrance of Zora's Domain, when changing the water level in the Water Temple, and at other times within some of the other dungeons.

Additionally, the song has some mystical properties, such as being able to cause fairies to appear while standing next to a Gossip Stone, as well as in other specific locations when Navi turns green. Link can also play this song to make sign posts appears after they have been chopped down.

Nintendo 64 - C-Left, C-Up, C-Right, C-Left, C-Up, C-Right
Nintendo 3DS - X, A, Y, X, A, Y

Epona's Song

Main article: Epona's Song

After Link meets Malon at Lon Lon Ranch, repeatedly talk to her and then pull out the Fairy Ocarina. Malon will teach Link Epona's Song. The song can be used to summon Epona and as an adult, it is essential to learn this song in order to escape Lon Lon Ranch with Epona. For a complete guide on how to acquire Epona, view the Epona Quest Guide. Despite it appearing as if it is of importance, learning Epona's Song and visiting Lon Lon Ranch all together is completely optional.

At that point during the quest, if Link encounters a Cow, Link can play Epona's Song to fill a bottle with some Lon Lon Milk.

Nintendo 64 - C-Up, C-Left, C-Right, C-Up, C-Left, C-Right
Nintendo 3DS - A, X, Y, A, X, Y

Saria's Song

Main article: Saria's Song

After meeting Princess Zelda, Link can travel to the Lost Woods, where he will find Saria deep within the Sacred Forest Meadow. When speaking to her, she will teach Link Saria's Song. The song is required to progress in the main story on two occasions. First while in Goron City, Link will play the song for Darunia, who will then give Link the Goron's Bracelet. Later as an adult, Link must play the song to Mido in the Lost Woods, allowing him to pass on his way to the Forest Temple.

Throughout Link's quest, he can play Saria's Song and speak with Saria, who will provide Link with some hints on what he needs to accomplish next. Other times playing the song will just cause Link to chat with Navi.

Nintendo 64 - C-Down, C-Right, C-left, C-Down, C-Right, C-Left
Nintendo 3DS - R, Y, X, R, Y, X

Sun's Song

Main article: Sun's Song

The Sun's Song can be found in the Royal Family's Tomb in the Kakariko Village Graveyard. Link will first need to play Zelda's Lullaby to enter the tomb. After navigating through a few rooms, Link will find the tablet that has the notes for the Sun's Song. Playing the song will immediately cause it to become either day or night. This is particularly useful for a number of quests in the game.

Additionally, Link can play the Sun's Song whenever ReDeads or Gibdos are around, causing them to be stunned momentarily, allowing Link to get some free hits in. There are also a few specific locations where Navi will turn green within dungeons, and if Link plays the Sun's Song, a Big Fairy will appear.

Nintendo 64 - C-Right, C-Down, C-Up, C-Right, C-Down, C-Up
Nintendo 3DS - Y, R, A, Y, R, A

Song of Time

Main article: Song of Time

After Link has acquired all three Spiritual Stones, once he makes his way to the drawbridge leading to the Hyrule Castle TownMarket, Princess Zelda will toss him the Ocarina of Time. Once Link acquires the instrument, a scene will play where Zelda will teach Link the song.

The Song of Time is required to open the Door of Time and obtain the Master Sword. Later, the song can be used on a number of occasions to move or to get Song of Time blocks to appear at various locations within the dungeons.

Nintendo 64 - C-Right, A, C-Down, C-Right, A, C-Down
Nintendo 3DS - Y, L, R, Y, L, R

Song of Storms

Main article: Song of Storms

When Link enters the Windmill as an adult, he can speak with the Phonogram Man. After pulling out his Ocarina, he will learn the Song of Storms. The item is required to enter the Bottom of the Well as a child.

There are a few occasions where Link can play the Song of Storms to cause a grotto to appear in the ground, as well as causing a Fairy Fountain to appear at the Oasis in the Desert Colossus.

Nintendo 64 - A, Down-C, Up-C, A, Down-C, Up-C
Nintendo 3DS - L, R, A, L, R, A

Warp Songs

There are a total of six warp songs that Link is required to learn to complete his quest. Five of these songs will warp Link to the Triforce Pedestals near the Temple dungeons that Link will have to complete, with a sixth warp song leading back to the Temple of Time. All six songs are learned when Link is an adult and they are taught to Link by Sheik.

Minuet of Forest

Main article: Minuet of Forest

Learned when Link reaches the Sacred Forest Meadow. The song will warp Link right outside of the Forest Temple.

Bolero of Fire

Main article: Bolero of Fire

Learned when Link crosses the broken bridge in the Death Mountain Crater as an adult. It will warp Link right outside of the Fire Temple.

Serenade of Water

Main article: Serenade of Water

Learned after Link has acquired the Iron Boots in the Ice Cavern. It will warp Link to Lake Hylia, just above the Water Temple.

Nocturne of Shadow

Main article: Nocturne of Shadow

After completing the Water Temple, when Link enters Kakariko Village from Hyrule Field, a cut-scene will trigger and he will learn the Nocturne of Shadow. The song will warp Link to the Kakariko Village Graveyard.

Requiem of Spirit

Main article: Requiem of Spirit

After Link enters the Spirit Temple and then exits, he will be confronted by Sheik who will teach him the song. Playing the song allows Link to warp to the Desert Colossus, which is the only way Link can reach this region as a child.

Prelude of Light

Main article: Prelude of Light

Link will learn this song after he completes the Forest Temple and returns to the pedestal at the Temple of Time. It will warp Link back to the Temple of Time.


Scarecrow's Song

Main article: Ocarina of Time Scarecrow's Song

The Scarecrow's Song is a unique song that Link will create the notes for and it can be different from game to game. When Link is a child, he can make up the notes of the song and play it for Bonooru at Lake Hylia. Boonoru will remember the song and tells Link to come back and play it for him later. When Link returns as an adult, he can play the song once more to Boonoru. After doing so, there are 13 locations found throughout the Overworld and within Dungeons where Link can play the song, causing the other Scarecrow, Pierre to appear.

Sours: https://www.zeldadungeon.net/wiki/Ocarina_of_Time_Songs
Zelda Ocarina of Time - All Ocarina Songs

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Wiki Guide

If you ever forget the notes of a song, you can access the song list and their notes from the touch-screen, and input the sequence while reading the notes.

WARNING: Using the warp songs during the timed deliveries of the Biggoron Sword Quest will get you to the location, but leave only a single (1) second on the clock, making it impossible to succeed using them!

Zelda's Lullaby

The first song you learn is Zelda's Lullaby. To get it, find Zelda in Hyrule Castle and speak to her. Afterwards, Impa of the Sheikah Tribe will teach you the song, telling you it has special powers. Play this song any time you see a Triforce symbol, as it will usually cause something good to happen.

Epona's Song

You can learn this song from Lon Lon Ranch after you meet Zelda and awake Malon's Father. Approach Malon inside Lon Lon Ranch. Stand next to her and click on the touch-screen to use the Ocarina. She will then teach you this song. Play the song anywhere in Hyrule Field to call Epona to you. You can also play it in front of a cow, and it will give you Lon Lon Milk.

Saria's Song

You'll get this from, yeah you guessed it, Saria. You'll be needing this before you can attempt Dodongo's Cavern, as it needs to be played for Darunia. Seek out Saria in the Lost Woods near Kokiri. Follow the sound of the music through the tunnels so you don't get lost, and you'll eventually find your way to the Secret Meadow. At the end of this maze, she will be chilling out playing her song. Talk to her to acquire it.

Song of Storms

You can learn this song only as Adult Link. First you need to head to Kakariko Village and enter the windmill. The man inside of the windmill will tell you about a song a kid played that made the windmill spin faster. Pull out your ocarina and he teaches you the Song of Storms.

Sun's Song

You can learn this song by going to Kakariko Village and heading to the Graveyard. Head all the way to the back of the Graveyard and you should see a Triforce symbol on the ground. Play Zelda's Lullaby and enter the grave. Go all the way to the back room and read the tombstone and you will  learn the Sun's Song. This song is useful for freezing the undead and turning day into night or vice versa.

Song of Time

This song is taught to you by Princess Zelda after you retrieve the Ocarina of Time from the moat in front of Hyrule Castle Town. It can be used to make blocks disappear or appear in certain locations, which Navi will alert you to by hovering over the spot.

Minuet of Forest

This song is given to you by Sheik when you wander into the area at the end of the Secret Meadow where you acquired Saria's Song. This song will warp you back at the entrance of the Forest Temple.

Bolero of Fire

This song will be taught to you by Sheik when you enter the Death Mountain Crater. This song will warp you back at the entrance of the Fire Temple.

Notes: R  L  R  L  Y  R  Y  R

Serenade of Water

This song will be awarded to you by Sheik. This will transport you to Lake Hylia, nearby the entrance to the Water Temple.

Requiem of Spirit

This is a song that will be taught to you by Sheik upon your arrival at the Spirit Temple. This song warps you back here at the entrance of the Spirit Temple. You will need this song as Young Link to return for the Silver Gauntlets.

Nocturne of Shadow

Taught to you by Sheik when you return to Kakariko Village after having finished the Water Temple. This song warps you to the entrance of the Shadow Temple, on the ledge above the Kakariko Graveyard.

Notes: X  Y  Y  L  X  Y  R

Prelude of Light

Sheik will sneak up on you to teach you this song when you return to the Temple of Time as an Adult to replace the Master Sword. This handy song will warp you back to the Temple of Time whenever you want.

Scarecrow's Song

The Scarecrow's Song the only song in the game for which you can make up your own musical sequence. The only rule is that you cannot have repeating notes (i.e. L, L, L). You can, however, have alternating sequences.

To make the song, visit Lake Hylia as a child and look for a scarecrow by the name of Bonooru. He claims that he never forgets a song, so play him a song that spans exactly eight notes to forever establish it as the "Scarecrow's Song." Revisit him later as an adult, replaying the same song. Now you can play it and summon him at certain points in the game to reach high ledges or platforms. It should be unique for everyone, but you could always use the one below for easy reference.

Check the Scarecrow Locations section for where you can put this song to use!

Notes: L, R, L, R, L, R, L, R (Example)
Sours: https://www.ign.com/wikis/the-legend-of-zelda-ocarina-of-time-3d/Songs_List

Time songs of ocarina

This page lists the ocarina songs that you can learn in Ocarina of Time, with instructions on how to learn each one.

If you attempt to play these songs before learning them in the game, they will not do anything.

Zelda's Lullaby

Zelda's Lullaby Ocarina Song

Zelda's Lullaby Ocarina Song

Effect: If you play this song while standing on or near a Triforce Symbol, you can open doors and make other things happen.

How to Learn Zelda's Lullaby

Complete the Inside the Deku Tree dungeon, then sneak into Hyrule Castle and meet Zelda. After you leave the castle, Impa teaches you Zelda's Lullaby.

Saria's Song

Saria's Song on Ocarina

Saria's Song on Ocarina

Effect: Playing this song will contact Saria, who will give you some helpful information about what to do next in the game. There are also some other places in the game where you need to play this song in order to proceed.

How to Learn Saria's Song

After you meet Zelda, go back to the Kokiri Forest and find Saria in the Sacred Forest Meadow. Talk to Saria and she will teach you Saria's Song.

Epona's Song

Epona's Song on Ocarina

Epona's Song on Ocarina

Effect: If you have an empty bottle with you, play this song near a cow to fill an empty bottle with milk. As an adult, if you did the Epona quest, you can play Epona's Song to make Epona appear.

How to Learn Epona's Song

As a child, go to Lon Lon Ranch and talk to Malon until she says "let's sing together," then play your ocarina while standing near Malon, and she'll teach you the song.

Sun's Song

Sun's Song on Ocarina

Sun's Song on Ocarina

Effect: If you play this song outside during the day, it becomes night time. If you play this song outside at night, it becomes day time. If you play the song underground near ReDeads or Gibdos, they will be temporarily frozen.

How to Learn Sun's Song

Go to the gravestone in the back of the Kakariko graveyard, stand on the Triforce symbol, and play Zelda's Lullaby. Some lightning will break open the grave. Fall into the hole that appears, go to the back room, and read the wall. It teaches you Sun's Song.

Song of Time

Song of Time on Ocarina

Song of Time on Ocarina

Effect: Play this song near a blue Time Block, and the block will move, or disappear. Try playing it if Navi turns green, because a hidden Time Block may appear there.

How to Learn the Song of Time

After you get the three Spiritual Stones as a child, go to Hyrule Castle Town Market. After the cut scene, dive into the moat to get the item that Zelda threw into it. You will learn the Song of Time.

Song of Storms

Song of Storms on Ocarina

Song of Storms on Ocarina

Effect: Play this song to make it rain. You can play the song in various places to cause various effects. For example, if Navi turns green, playing the Song of Storms might open a hole in the ground or make fairies appear.

How to Learn the Song of Storms

As an adult, go into the Kakariko windmill, go up to the angry-looking guy, and use your ocarina. The angry guy will see it and teach you the Song of Storms.

Minuet of Forest

Minuet of Forest, Forest Temple song, on Ocarina

Minuet of Forest, Forest Temple song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to the Sacred Forest Meadow near the entrance of the Forest Temple.

How to Learn the Minuet of Forest

As an adult, go through the Lost Woods and play Saria's Song for Mido when he blocks your path. Go through the maze to reach the Sacred Forest Meadow. Sheik will teach you the song there.

Bolero of Fire

Bolero of Fire, Fire Temple song, on Ocarina

Bolero of Fire, Fire Temple song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to Death Mountain Crater near the entrance of the Fire Temple.

How to Learn the Bolero of Fire

As an adult, get the Hookshot in Kakariko Village, then go Goron City and detonate a bomb to stop the rolling Goron. Ask about the dragon, then ask about the Gorons. Then go into Darunia's room and pull the statue away from the wall. Go through the hidden passage behind the statue, then use the Hookshot to reach the other side of the broken bridge. Sheik will teach you the song there.

Serenade of Water

Serenade of Water, Water Temple song, on Ocarina

Serenade of Water, Water Temple song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to Lake Hylia near the entrance of the Water Temple.

How to Learn the Serenade of Water

As an adult, go to Jabu-Jabu's Fountain (behind the throne room of Zora's Domain). Jump across the ice chunks to reach the Ice Cavern. Sheik will teach you the song in one of the rooms of the Ice Cavern.

Nocturne of Shadow

Nocturne of Shadow, Shadow Temple song, on Ocarina

Nocturne of Shadow, Shadow Temple song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to Kakariko Graveyard near the entrance of the Shadow Temple.

How to Learn the Nocturne of Shadow

Complete the Water Temple, then go to Kakariko Village. After a cut scene, Sheik will teach you the song.

Requiem of Spirit

Requiem of Spirit, Spirit Temple song, on Ocarina

Requiem of Spirit, Spirit Temple song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to the Desert Colossus near the entrance of the Spirit Temple.

How to Learn the Requiem of Spirit

Rescue the carpenters from Gerudo Fortress, then use the Hover Boots to go through the Gerudo Desert and reach the Desert Colossus. Go inside the Desert Colossus and go back out again. Sheik will teach you the song.

Prelude of Light

Prelude of Light, Temple of Time song, on Ocarina

Prelude of Light, Temple of Time song, on Ocarina

Effect: Warps you to the Temple of Time.

How to Learn the Prelude of Light

As an adult, complete any of the six temples, then approach the pedestal of the Master Sword in the Temple of Time. Sheik will teach you the song there.

Sours: https://www.thonky.com/ocarina-of-time/ocarina-songs
Diego Modena \u0026 Jean Philippe Audin - Song Of Ocarina

I gently stroked her cheek, smiled softly and left the room, leaving the woman to follow me thoughtfully with a glance. - Are you doing it again. - Discontentedly crossing his arms over his chest, Xa-Aran asked gloomily as soon as I entered the bedroom. - You too.

You will also be interested:

And where is the second half of humanity. - I nodded in the direction of the photo that hung next to her photo right above the sofa. - A-A-A.

877 878 879 880 881