Song of Storms

The Song of Storms is a musical piece featured in the video game series Zelda, originally composed by Koji Kondo in the key of G minor. It first appeared in the game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998. The song is often associated with the character Sheik and is played on the Ocarina of Time. Koji Kondo is a renowned Japanese composer and a long-time collaborator with Nintendo, having composed iconic tunes for various games in the Zelda franchise. A noteworthy trivia about the Song of Storms is that its melody is actually a reversed version of the "Windmill Hut" theme from the same game. The melody of the Song of Storms is catchy and haunting, with a repeating motif that creates a sense of urgency and mystery. Overall, the song has become an iconic and beloved piece of video game music.