Best Legend of Zelda SongsThe Best Zelda Songs throughout the game's 25-year history!
The Top Ten
Ocarina of Time's soundtrack is easily the best out of all the zelda soundtracks, and Song of Storms is the best of the songs in it. The song is even a major part of the storyline.
This song has stayed with me when I was young and even to this day it is my favorite. The combination of the mystery and somehow sorrowfulness in the song is amazing. It gives an aura of being stuck in time, but somehow it is warm and inviting.
Easily the most defining song to be done in the series since the Original theme. One of a kind to the series and truly unique. Stands out from all the rest to a point you will go out of your way to know this tune.
For some reason, this little medley is one of the most renown songs of the Zelda franchise. Catchy and enjoyable, it is one of the first songs that comes to mind when thinking of Zelda.
This game was so amazingly creepy. The graphics were great, as well as the music and sounds. The story quest in all was awesome as well with the different things you had to do before the end. Truly a great game
This song is so hauntingly beautiful. It creates a dark, gloomy atmosphere, which, coupled with the lovely graphics, leaves a lasting impression. Truly one of the best Legend of Zelda songs ever.
This song is beautiful. I become happy, but also sad whenever I hear it. It also fits perfectly for the amazing part of the game that it's featured in.
Mind is my favorite side character from the franchise, and this song reminds me of her. Also, the song is very beautiful and serene in a bizzare way.
This song holds its own musically, largely using its main unique and extremely catchy hook. It is also used effectively in the game in several different settings, and fits well in all of them. Plus, it just makes you want to dance. Lost Woods was definitely the song I played the most on Ocarina of Time.
Yes I very much agree with you finally someone understands how catchy this music is it so just I love it every time it starts playing I start dancing finally someone understands! I'm so happy!
Definitely the best song in OoT, really speaks forest. It's so good that Nintendo made you listen to it by having it lead you to the end of the maze. Indescribably catchy, its good enough to get King Darmani dancing.
This fantastic song made wandering around that annoyingly illogical forest completely worth it!
This is one of the most recognizable songs from the Zelda series, and by far one of my favorites! I learned to play this one on the flute along with several other songs from the series.
This song is so nostalgic for me, and is such a beautiful song. Every time I hear it, I can't help but hum along
This song is just calming and relaxing. You can listen to it for hours on end.
Skyward Sword's rendition is better, but this is great too.
This song is all I listen to in the entire soundtrack on a regular basis. It's catchy, really catchy. I've loved this song ever since I heard it and still do. 10/10 should be number 1,2 or 3
Easily the best song in the Legend of Zelda franchise. The tune is so catchy, upbeat, and memorable, and this is one of those songs that really sticks with you.
This fast-paced, catchy melody is well recognized both for its liveliness and its perfect representation of the dusty valley.
I love how well this fun song fits the setting. Even Nintendo agrees this is great, they made a symphonic movement for it
I was planning on voting for Midna's Lament, but since it was already near the top, here I am voting for this song that truly haunted me with it's meaning. Majora's Mask was by far one of my most favourite LOZ games, with it's meaningful and somewhat eerie and sad features. It was the one that Nintendo took a chance on, and they succeeded in making it one of the best LOZ games ever. This song is the one that pieced the game together to create a beautiful experience. As the moon falls, this song plays. And it's haunting how sad it is how everyone approaches the fact that the moon is falling…. AH! I can't stop talking about it because I love it so much! AHH! :D
This song gives the listener with a sense of distress, sadness, and strangely, tranquility. It's a song that sends shivers down your spine, yet numbs you into a weird, soothing trance.
Majoras mask was a very depressing at times. Your always escaping a terrible death and the npcs are all saying that its no use to be with your family. This song heals the hearts of people and it is a song you can't forget.
I voted Song of Storms, but I had to post a comment for this because it is just so... Good. It actually makes me feel like I am getting healed!
Ok Dragon Roost Island is the only song out of all of these that truly expresses the mideviel feel originally created in the 1987 game. Dragon roost is calming yet very empowering. A very good song
I love this one so much! I know how to play it on flute, listen to tons of versions of it, and I literally cried when I heard it at symphony of the goddesses
This and Song of storms are the two best, but for me I think Dragon Roost Island just edges it out
This song is so awesome. I love it. I stay forever on dragon roost island to hear this.
There are times where I forget how much I enjoyed Skyward Sword but when I listen to this song it brings back fun memories. I just wish this was higher on the list...
I think it is amazing how much thought goes into these songs. The songs that puts her to sleep n OoT reversed awakens her as the goddess in SS.
The most beautiful song in SS, this one just makes me happy. Need I say anymore?
It is one of my favorites, I listen to it whenever I can, except when botw music is on the line...
Amazing theme for a video game! It makes you think about adventure and going on a journey travelling to places you gave never been before! I think this should be #1!
When I hear the main theme on the title screen, I simply think "rising hero" and it relaxes me. This theme song can't be overlooked, even though it isn't.
This song has remained so iconic, and 30 years later, shows us the legacy of such an amazing game.
This classic melody is one of the most recognized themes in video-game history.
This song is very depressing but great at the same time. That's not something you get every day. I just like to play the Song of Double time and get to the last six hours then go the the Great Bay's coast where I have a good view of the moon and just listen.
Listen to this song = instant goosebumps. So much despair and atmosphere to this song. Even better in-game with the bell sounds and tremor noises.
When the world is ending, I will stand in the middle of the street with this music playing.
This song should be number one what are you people listening to.
Best song in the franchise. Adventurous and exciting while remaining subtle and mysterious. A winning combination.
This dark, yet adventurous theme set the perfect mood for that dark and mysterious world.
Best zelda theme... that feel... It gives you hope that you can defeat Ganon... Dark and uplifting
This is by far the sickest song in the Zelda series it may sound old but it has good theme
My all time favorite overworld theme, it is just so catchy and gets stuck in my head (in a good way! ) It perfectly captures the game, from the use of pan flutes to the way it incorporated the train sounds. It makes me happy every time I hear it, and I enjoy pulling my train whistle in time to it. TOOT TOOT!
Seriously this is one of the best versions of the Overworld theme to the Legend of Zelda. The pan flute is just brilliant and beautiful in this music had me tapping my toes every time I drove the Spirit Train
I think that this song is underrated, it has such a great sound with that panflute
I love this song! It's so energetic and adventrous!
This is my favorite Zelda song. It perfectly gives the impression of a vast ocean to explore and serves as the back drop to my favorite Zelda game of all time.
Exciting and heartwarming. I get nostalgic whenever I hear it. should be in the top ten of this list!
Very fitting of an ocean adventure
"This game wreaks of adventure"
One of the best crescendos in Zelda music history, and the unique moment in the game (one of the most memorable of Twilight Princess) would not have been the same without this darkly haunting choral chanting.
Best song ever especially part 2
I liked both parts.
Should be too 10 at least! I think we can get rid of one of the five ocerina of time, (I'm sorry, four) songs and put this on here, even if those other songs are good.
I love this catchy theme, for anyone who hasn't heard it, listen to it.
I love the amount of hype and rhythm it's got! CHICKACHICKACHICKA...
This calm, homely song was the first song in many a Zelda game.
Damn, this song makes me cry every single time. It really reflects the adventurous, yet still childlike feel of Wind Waker, an incredibly underrated game. I'll be playing this song to my children as a lullaby when I have kids. It is my favorite Zelda song of all time!
Honesty I find the title theme kind of annoying after 3 seconds. It's not that it's bad but I just don't understand why people like this song so much.
Such a beautiful theme, and truly captures the spirit of the game. It is so catchy, adventurous, and I sing along to it every time I hear it
Pure adventure. It is really soothing, yet epic and uplifting.
The credits theme is also just as awesome
Its Just So Peaceful
One of the very first songs I hear in this game and its chirpy tune, always makes me be happy
Fi is one of my favorite Zelda characters of all time. Her theme really makes me feel euphoric
Honestly, I don't know what to say. Just wow. This and Gerudo Valley are my two favorite Zelda songs (although I love SO MANY others too). It's just so unique and catchy, and I'm trying to think of the right adjective to describe it but I just can't describe it. It really gives off an amazing feeling. Any remix of this song is great too.
This music is unique... I just love it. It's like some civilization used to travel here a lot but now they've turned killers almost a little bit of sadness in the tone.
It's so mysterious. It's creepy and angelic and very fantasy-eque and it's just plain awesome. The percussion part is something I'll never forget.
It feels like you're in some temple
Its beautiful and heroic at the same time.
Now This is epic
So godd! And so saaadd!
Just makes you look around you and realize the majesty of Hyrule. Especially on my surround sound setup, it sounds amazing.
Very enjoyable music for you long trips through this field
Not the greatest, but it's still too low!
BEST SONG EVER HEARD