Category: Chrono

Chrono Piano Sheet Music

Chrono Trigger – Zeal Palace Piano Sheet Music

The Chrono Trigger: Zeal Palace (トリガー ・ 加速度の王国 ( チンターマニアクス ) Torigā: Kōsoku no Ōkoku (Cintā Maniakusu) in the Japanese version) is a location in Chrono Trigger that can be reached by way of a warp portal in Death Peak. It is the first time that Chrono and his party see Zeal at night, as…

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Chrono Trigger – Wind Scene Piano Sheet Music

From Chrono Trigger (1995) composed by Yasunori Mitsuda. Ossu!   (おっす!) \ – Everyone was probably waiting for this one, sorry it took so long. Chrono Trigger’s Wind Scene is easily my favorite piece of music in the game. It was also incredibly difficult to transcribe the fast arpeggios at the end, but I’m happy…

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Chrono Trigger – Tyran Castle Piano Sheet Music

            Today’s article comes by request of one of the readers, who wanted to see the song “Tyran Castle” from Chrono Trigger sheet music. And thus, here it is!             The style for this song is very different than that of “Burning Hearts.” It’s not as intense or driven. This track reminds me a bit…

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Chrono Trigger – Singing Mountain Piano Sheet Music

Title: Chrono Trigger – Singing Mountain Piano Sheet Music Genre(s): RPG, Fantasy, Action/Adventure Role-Playing Game (RPG) developed and published by Square Enix in 1995 as a part of the Chrono series. Chrono Trigger was originally released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). Chrono Trigger was ported to Android, iOS, PlayStation (only in Japan), and…

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Chrono Trigger – Silent Light Piano Sheet Music

Silent Light is a piece composed by Chrono Trigger composer Yasunori Mitsuda for the game’s soundtrack. It plays in Chrono and Marle’s home when Chrono and Marle are in their house. The song has an emotional impact on Crono and Marle, when Chrono asks her to be his girlfriend. The piece has 5 parts, with…

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Chrono Trigger – Robo’s Theme Piano Sheet Music

Robo’s Theme is a song from Chrono Trigger. Chrono Trigger was Square Enix’s final release for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Chrono Trigger was the last Chrono game. The Chrono series included Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, and Chronos Trigger. They were all released for different systems over many years of development. Chrono Trigger was…

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Chrono Trigger – Robo Gang Johnny Piano Sheet Music

You play Chrono Trigger? I love Chrono Trigger! Robo Gang Johnny is one of my favorite Chrono Trigger songs. There are so many Chrono Trigger piano sheet music out there, but I don’t think there is any for Robo Gang Johnny… So, here’s mine. I have two versions – the easy version and the hard…

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Chrono Trigger – Remains of the Factory Piano Sheet Music

The Chrono Trigger Remains of the Factory Piano Sheet Music is a piano sheet written for people who love Chrono Trigger Original Soundtrack. Chrono Trigger is one of the most popular RPG games ever created by Square Enix. It was released in December 1995 on Super Nintendo Entertainment System at Japan, and Chrono Trigger original…

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Chrono Trigger – Presentiment Piano Sheet Music

Chrono Trigger is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. Chrono Trigger was ported to the PlayStation and released as simply Chrono Trigger . Chrono Trigger was available on the Wii Virtual Console Arcade in 2007. When Chrono Trigger  was first…

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Chrono Trigger – Peaceful Days Piano Sheet Music

Chrono Trigger isn’t Chrono Cross. Chrono Trigger is Chrono Cross’ older brother, Chrono Cross is Chrono Trigger’s younger sister. Chrono Trigger was released in 1995 by Squaresoft for the SNES while Chrono Cross was released in 1999 for the Sony PlayStation. Chrono Trigger takes place in a world that’s very similar to Earth in many…

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