Many of you were lucky enough to see world-class conductor Eimear Noone flourish her very own Wind Waker at the Symphony of the Goddesses concert. Hailing from Ireland, Noone honors her heritage with the upcoming project, Songs of Zelda: A Link to the Celts.

At the Dublin International Game Music Festival this past April, the DIT Irish Traditional Music Ensemble played an Irish-style Zelda medley. The performance was so fantastic that Noone wants to share the music with the world, so on June 15, she’s launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the album. Assuming the campaign is successful, Songs of Zelda: A Link to the Celts will be out just in time for The Legend of Zelda’s 30th birthday.

Both Earth God’s Lyric and Wind God’s Aria from The Wind Waker already have an Irish folk dance sound to them, so a Celtic arrangement of the music from Zelda isn’t that much of a stretch. Besides, Link does wear quite a bit of green! For updates on A Link to the Celts, be sure to sign up for the email list. Until then, enjoy the teaser video below.


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    YES! Ive been wanting nothing BUT this for so SO long!!

  • Ryan Haney

    That makes me smile. Erin go bragh!

  • Morgan

    Eimear Noone is awesome. I really hope this succeeds! I know I’ll contribute if I can!

  • Craig Garfinkle

    Thanks for all the encouragement everyone; Eimear and the team are ecstatic at the positive response!

  • Liam Barrett

    One of the unexpected highlights from iDIG 2014, can’t wait to hear it again 🙂

  • Ovhey Robles

    when is the album coming out? she’s my favorite artist already!