View Full Version : Favorite Bit of Dancing Mad?

Forsaken Lover
07-31-2017, 02:50 PM
So there are four distinct parts corresponding to the bosses.

Which is your favorite and why?

07-31-2017, 03:39 PM
Well I like the first part for the opening awesomness. The second part is catchy. The 3rd part I only like one bit of really. And the 4th part is just all round epic. Kefka laugh being the cherry on top. So 4th part is my favourite.with 1st and 2nd being close behind

07-31-2017, 06:19 PM
The second half of the fourth movement.

07-31-2017, 07:28 PM
the bit that goes beep boop boop bop boop boop bop

Wolf Kanno
08-01-2017, 06:15 AM
I honestly love the whole piece from beginning to end. The fact it's composed as a classical piece with four movements really meshes well with the games steampunk/opera aesthetic.

With that said, I feel the third movement is my favorite because it's the one that every arrangement and remix gets wrong. Why? Because the original 16-bit version gives it this really cool echo effect, like it is really being played on an organ in a large cathedral and no one can ever seem to recreate that element for me.

08-01-2017, 12:37 PM
I really love all of it, but my favorite one is the fourth one. It's so epic!

08-01-2017, 02:10 PM
I love the piece as a whole. Each movement adds a different flair and as a whole it makes the song all the more amazing/

08-01-2017, 06:47 PM
I mean, I love the whole damn song. That being said, I really love the Organ solo that makes up the third movement. So much so that I tried learning it when taking up Piano again for the first time in years (unfortunately, I had to stop because I moved out of my parents house and the portable keyboard I brought with me is much too small. At least I learned my favorite part). Of course, the fourth movement also gets brownie points for remixing Kefka's theme into a chaotic battle theme, but whenever that Organ solo comes up, I stop whatever I'm doing to appreciate it.

08-01-2017, 11:38 PM
My favorite part is the first movement, as well as the beginning of the second movement, as I consider them to be the most epic parts. The song becomes more complex after that, and while it's musically something to admire, I was never too fond of those parts. The rocky beginning of the fourth movement doesn't really impress me, although many people seem to enjoy it, but I think the slower organ solo during the fourth movement is great.