Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy - Memoro de la Stono - Distant Worlds (FFXI)

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  • Published on:  Monday, November 22, 2010
  • Composer: Nobuo Uematsu, Shiro Hamaguchi, Sachiko Miyano, Naoshi Mizuta, Hiroyuki Nakayama, Arnie Roth
    Album release date: 2007
    Console: Various
  • Source: https://youtu.be/b9SQzeALyH0
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  • budakbaong siah

    budakbaong siah

     21 days ago

    Is Memoro de la Štono still the only song in gaming that is sung in Esperanto?

  • RebeccaETripp

    RebeccaETripp

     4 months ago

    Legend of Zelda at 2:07

  • RebeccaETripp

    RebeccaETripp

     6 months ago +5

    This one is so beautiful that it hurts. It's painful- almost unbearably so- but in a good way!

  • Bon YKTAP Ludo

    Bon YKTAP Ludo

     a years ago +1

    La muziko restas en mia kapo jam

  • Aarji Bee

    Aarji Bee

     a years ago +1

    When you ask her in dogeza

  • vide0gameCaster

    vide0gameCaster

     a years ago +2

    Whoosh You're Nostalgic now!

  • Walker Riley

    Walker Riley

     a years ago

    Makes me wanna go back and fire up FFXI again....though I know all the zones are pretty much empty now....

  • Lea Phan

    Lea Phan

     a years ago +1

    3:20 always gets me. I don’t know if that would be called a transition of sorts in orchestrations, but I’ve always loved those parts of pieces. Maybe it’s the trumpets. Maybe with me having chromestesia, it just sounds amazing to me.
    I can see how this really competes with “Answers”, and I love FFXIV.

  • applemanc22

    applemanc22

     a years ago +1

    This song is a prime example of what makes ffxi incredible and ffxiv incredibly (too weak)

  • T S

    T S

     2 years ago +4

    This is one of the reasons I want to learn Esperanto.

  • JohnQuincySmith1

    JohnQuincySmith1

     2 years ago +3

    Nobuo Uematsu = God of Gods

  • applemanc22

    applemanc22

     2 years ago +2

    i played ffxi for about 11 years on and off. i often got timed out at the log in through watching the intro movie just for this song. it has some powerful memories for me. set in stone.

  • Phaedrus

    Phaedrus

     2 years ago +1

    Over the couple years that followed my beginnings in FFXI; this song has solidified itself as my favorite song of all time(and it's been nearly 13 years since I started that game[RIP ffxi.. lest we forget]). My "favorite song" could not be filled with anything up until this point(Similar to my top 5 videos games of all time list). The best I could think of is my top 10 songs of all time and even that kept being added to and changing.. I do have high expectations in life as well.. For instance rating someones looks as 9/10 means that she/he is second to THE most attractive person in the world(It doesn't go higher than 10). 9's should almost never be given out because you rarely see someone that freaking hot.. and 8's should be pretty damn rare as well! So I think hard on these things with a high emphasis on quality. I still don't know what language that song is in but I can sing the whole damn thing and am pretty good at opera style singing now thanks to this song.

  • L0RDZETTA

    L0RDZETTA

     2 years ago +8

    This song still brings me to tears, such a beautiful peace.

  • patrick11286

    patrick11286

     3 years ago

    1:50 "Mi puta entrego... por fin"

  • dadaxx x

    dadaxx x

     3 years ago +4

    ff11 best game ever, your golden age miss me T.T

  • DayGone

    DayGone

     3 years ago +8

    I could listen to this just on the first 3 minutes choir, looped...forever ...

  • JustFizzyDance

    JustFizzyDance

     3 years ago +8

    The title should be Memoro de la Ŝtono, not Stono.

  • Jebzi

    Jebzi

     4 years ago

    So good but the video quality is so bad wich makes the song suffer because of the bitratecap of 240p :/

  • Sarah affouf

    Sarah affouf

     4 years ago

    Mm mnkknk