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That music is called "Farewell Hyrule King" in TWW. I never noticed it in TP, but if it is indeed in TP, that means it is a recurring song. I don't know if it is notable enough for an article though.
In my opinion, it's not exactly notable because well...do have articles on songs other than ones link plays on an instrument of some sort? J-man Zelda Fan (talk) 23:05, April 29, 2010 (UTC)
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Sorry, I messed up explaining. It's faster because you can hear the main part earlier, and I think it has more notes. But it's probably still not worth mentioning.
I have that on my PC (Farwell Hyrule King) and I also listen to SilvaGunner! Cool! Anyway they are similar, not sure if they were meant to be though, i'll have to go play TP again...Hylianhero777 (talk) 14:09, May 2, 2010 (UTC)
The music that plays in TP's Hyrule Castle isn't quite the same as Farewell Hyrule King, though both are redone versions of the Hyrule Castle Theme introduced in A Link to the Past. The major thing that makes the TP version different is that it also incorporates part of Ganondorf's Theme and only uses about half of the Hyrule Castle theme. So, they're similar, but definitely not the same.
Yeah, a little bit of the Ganondorf part plays at the end of each bit of the song when you're exploring the castle normally. When you enter the central tower, the music slowly changes the higher you go up the tower and by the time you get to the top, the entire song has morphed into Ganondorf's theme.