In addition to producing the phenomenal The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, our good friend Jeron Moore has been hard at work on a little side project called Twilight Symphony. It's a musical journey through the story of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, the 2006 game that marked Link's first foray onto the Wii.

From the Twilight Symphony website:

Experience the journey of Nintendo's greatest gaming masterpieces in a whole new way. Twilight Symphony brings to life 3½ hours of music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess with fully orchestral arrangements, featuring live choir and over 100 professionally recorded live elements including violin, viola, French horn, oboe, English horn, guitar, male and female vocal soloists and of course... the legendary ocarina.

The project was funded on Kickstarter and ChipIn, and a $50 physical package includes an 8-panel digipak, three discs, a printed booklet, and a special designer slip case. The physical set is limited to 2,000 copies, and there are currently around 300 left, but a digital version will also be available starting in mid-November. More details are forthcoming.

The Zelda series has always had a phenomenal score from composer Koji Kondo, and Twilight Princess is no exception. What's your favorite Zelda soundtrack?