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- "Link... This sacred song that you've conducted has awakened me... I know myself now! I am the sage of the Wind Temple... It is my fate to return the power to repel evil to your Master Sword. ...And to ease the regrets of my ancestors. Oh, Link, please! You must take me with you to the Wind Temple."
- — Makar
Interestingly, when played in front of a broken sign, the sign will re-assemble, which is similar to the effects "Zelda's Lullaby" has when played in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and when the "Song of Healing" is played in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
The actual pitches of the notes translate as follows: A, A, G, F#, E F#.
The "Wind God's Aria" is taught to Link by Fado. Fado was the Sage of Wind until Molgera's magic killed him inside the Wind Temple. His spirit remained, in the hopes that the new Sage of Wind could be awakened. Makar awakens as the new Sage, when he plays the song on his violin to open the Wind Temple. Makar plays only half of the song upon destroying the stone that blocks the entrance to the temple; but after Makar is awakened as the Wind Sage, he can be found in what was once the dungeon boss's room. He offers to play the entire song, thereby fully restoring the power to repel evil within the Master Sword.
An aria is a long, accompanied song for a solo voice.