Sonic the Hedgehog – Final Zone Piano Sheet Music

About the Sonic the Hedgehog Sheet Music

The Sonic the Hedgehog sheet music is actually a song from Sonic CD , called “Final Zone.” It’s one of only five songs that have some form of vocals, though Sonic sings more in this game than in others. You can read about some Sonic trivia here .

About the Composer(s)

The composer for Sonic CD is Naofumi Hataya, and he also worked on Sonic 1 , Sonic 2 , Sonic Adventure , Sonic Adventure 2 , and Sonic 3D Blast .

About the Song’s Music Video

Here is a video of someone playing it (somewhat poorly). If you like this song, consider learning it yourself and recording your own performance!

About Sonic the Hedgehog Music and Sonic CD

Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic CD were developed by Sonic Team , under Sega . Sonic was released on June 23, 1991 in Japan on the Mega Drive/Genesis console. Sonic had three sequels: Sonic 2 (1992), Sonic 3 (1994), and Sonic & Knuckles (1994). Sonic CD is Sonic’s first 2D adventure, and Sonic farting at the ending is a classic moment. Sonic CD was released in 1993 in Japan on the Mega Drive/Genesis console, and in North America also in 1993 on the Sega CD add-on for the Genesis. Sonic CD features great music, interesting gameplay mechanics, and quirky Sonic humor. Sonic CD can be purchased on Sonic Mega Collection for PS2, Xbox, or GameCube (the latter two are probably the cheapest). Sonic CD is also available on Sonic Gems Collection for Nintendo GameCube. Sonic CD is now available By Download via the Wii’s Virtual Console .

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