Hello there, Universe. I am Rusty, here to bring you another Music Monday with a disheartening medley of adjectives. Today we once again focus the crosshairs of the Music-Monday-Awesome-Gun* (patent pending) on the incredible music of Twilight Princess. Guess what else? I finally made another ZeldaTunes! So, if you weren’t already jumping up and down with excitement, you’ll probably start to do so very, very soon.

First, I bring you my ZeldaTunes: a Re-Orchestrated version of “Ordon Village”, which is pretty cool, if I do say so myself. After that, one of my favourite remixes of “Clock Town” from Majora’s Mask, which is not Twilight Princess–but since I’m in charge, I can totally do what I want. Hit the jump, and have a listen!

*There is no such thing as a “Music-Monday-Awesome-Gun”, and there is actually no patent pending. I just said that to make myself sound important, and sound like I know how to get a patent on something.

Ordon Village is a really homey environment, and there are goats there, which is a huge plus, because goats are cool. When I first played Twilight Princess and found myself in Ordon Village, I instantly fell in love with the area, the village folk, and of course the incredible music. Gotta love those pizzicato strings, yo. Anyway, I knew eventually I would have to do a ZeldaTunes devoted to Ordon Village, and I am really pleased with my arrangement! If you enjoyed it and want to hear more ZeldaTunes you can click here, and you can find my YouTube channel where all my ZeldaTunes are in a handy-dandy playlist of helpfulness and joy.

ElectricMudkip is a fantastic remixer on YouTube, and I am a huge fan of his work. Normally I would think that Clock Town would be best suited toward orchestral music, but I was happily surprised to find out it works fantastic as a techno song, and ElectricMudkip hit it out of the park as far as I’m concerned. Clock Town has a really special atmosphere, and I really think that this remix suits it! That is why ElectricMudkip gets my Music Monday thumbs up this week: for improving an already incredible song.

Make sure to tune back in next week for another Music Monday, and leave your thoughts on both songs in the comments below! Thanks for reading!