Sunday, October 15, 2006

Chopin's Dream Coming to US as "Eternal Sonata"


Trusty Bell, at least in Japan, is the story of the famous composer Chopin just before his death, as he enters a dream world and meets a magical little girl with a "terrible destiny" yadda yadda yadda. It looks pretty and the music should be grea

Source: Trusty Bell: Chopin's Dream Coming to US as "Eternal Sonata" - Kotaku

Thanks to "A Million Little Fibers" blog for the tip.

Currently listening to: Morton Feldman - Patterns in a Chromatic Field - 3


Anonymous said...

I'm a regular reader of this fascinating blog in Japan.
I've not played "Trusty Bell"(or "Eternal Sonata") until now because I don't have 360... But I must stress that all the music of Chopin in the game is played by Stanislav Bunin, the winner of International Chopin Piano Competition in 1985.

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