The Video Game Choir (hence their name) are a group who perform various compositions of music from the gaming world. One of the best known video game music pieces they have sung  is the Super Smash Bros Brawl Main Theme which is a delight to hear.

Well now they have taken on the challenge to sing the “Gerudo Valley Theme” from Ocarina of Time and it sounds quite good. You can find the video of them performing this masterpiece after the break.

Source: Nintendo Gamer (via GoNintendo)

  • Garald

    Interesting

  • Golden Monkey

    more like INCREDIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mr. man

    That's more like it.

  • Hahahaha it's cute… :')

  • Banooru

    Whoa! Awesome.

    I dug how the Hyrule Castle them from ALTTP was worked into some of the parts at the end. I want more of them doing Zelda!

  • I do not think it sounds like the theme to me.

  • Craig

    I seriously love it, they should tour with the orchestra – they would be amazing.

  • Craig

    It's the Gerudo Valley theme, not the main theme… but they worked in the Dark Hyrule Castle theme into it, which worked so well.

  • geekbeatradio robot

    The entire performance can be heard at the following link
    http://www.unregularradio.com/bostonradio/podcast

    love,
    geekbeatradio robot

  • geekbeatradio robot

    The entire performance can be heard at the following link
    http://www.unregularradio.com/bostonradio/podcast

    love,
    geekbeatradio robot

  • geekbeatradio robot

    The entire performance can be heard at the following link
    http://www.unregularradio.com/bostonradio/podcast

    love,
    geekbeatradio robot

  • The people of VGMC is absolutely amazing! I've loved their work since hearing "Phazon Corruption" on Harmony of a Hunter! If you like this (which is just as impressive as everything else they do), you should download their free EP, /sing, from their website! (Just Google "Video Game Music Choir." I don't remember the URL.)

  • That is certainly amazing!

  • Merq

    That's amazing, I wish my choir did something like this.