Celeste Soundtrack Gets Jazzy New Arrangement

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Prescription for Sleep: Celeste featured

As part of their award-winning Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Libraries series, Scarlet Moon Records has revealed their seventh release- Prescription for Sleep: Celeste. This album will include an arrangement of pieces from the critically-acclaimed Celeste, which released at the beginning of this year to positive reviews. This album is special in that it is actually a collaboration between the composer of Celeste (Lena Raine) and several other well-established artists. The performing artists include violinist Maiko and GENTLE LOVE- a duo that includes Norihiko Hibino (composer of the Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta series) and AYAKI (pianist for the Etrian Odyssey series and PersonaQ). The album itself was also arranged by Norihiko and is described as a jazzy, lullaby-like take on a number of fan-favorite tracks from the game. There are 11 tracks in total, including one all-original track at the end.

Celeste CD unfoldedCeleste CD w/ extras

Prescription for Sleep: Celeste is available for pre-order right now on Bandcamp. The digital version of the album will release on November 2, 2018. There is also a limited-edition CD that will release a month later on December 1, 2018. For more information on this release as well as the previous releases from Scarlet Moon Records, head over to their artist page on Bandcamp.


SOURCE: Press Release

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