Ocarino Song Guide 3DS

******************************************************************************

                          LEGEND OF ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME
                                 OCARINA SONGS FAQ

                                                                @@@@@@
                                                            @@@@@@@@@@
                                                         @@@@@@@@@@@@@
                                                      @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                                                    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                                                 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
        @@                                     @@@@@@@@    @@@@@@@@@@@
       @@@@@                                 @@@@@@@@@      @@@@@@@@@
      @@@@@@@@                            @@@@@@@@@@@@      #@@@@@@@@
      @@@@@@@@@@                         @@@@@@@@@@@@@#    #@@@@@@@@@
      @@@@@@@@@@@                      @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@####@@@@@@@@@
      @@@@@@@@@@@@                   @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
       @@@@@@@@@@@@@               @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@    @@@@@@@@@@@@@
       @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@            @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@     @@@@@@@@@@@@@
        @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@         @@@@@@     @@@@#     @@@@@@@@@@@@
         @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@     @@@@@@@       @@@@    #@@@@@@@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@      @@@  @@@@@@@@       @@@@####@@@@@@@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@         @@@@@@@@@@@       @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
           @@@@@@          @@@@@@@@@@@#     #@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
            @@@@  @@@@@@@@  @@@@@@@@@@@@@####@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
             @@   @@@ @@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
             @    @@ @@@ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
             @@   @@@@  @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
              @@  @@@  @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
              @@  @@ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
               @    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
               @@ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
                @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@     @@@@@@@@@@@@@@
               @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@      #@@@@@@@@@@@@
              @@@@@@@@@@@    @@@@@@@      #@@@@@@@@@@@
             @@@@@@@@@@@      @@@@@@      #@@@@@@@@@@
             @@@@@@@@@@@      @@@@@@#    #@@@@@@@@@@@
             @@@@@@@@@@@     #@@@@@@@#   #@@@@@@@@@@
            @@@@@@@@@@@@#    #@@@@@@@@###@@@@@@@@@@
            @@@@@@@@@@@@@####@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
           @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
           @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@    @@@@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@      @@@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@@@  @@@@@@@      @@@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@@     @@@@@     #@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@       @@@@#   #@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@      #@@@@@##@@@@
          @@@@@@@@@@#     @@@@@@@@@@
           @@@@@@@@@@#   #@@@@@@@@
           @@@@@@@@@@@####@@@@@@
            @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
             @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
               @@@@@@@@@


By: MKaykitkats                                
 
==============================================================================

ABOUT THIS FAQ:

==============================================================================

This FAQ talks about the twelve Ocarina songs learned in the LEGEND OF ZELDA:
OCARINA OF TIME. They are story relevant and gameplay/relevant in some cases.

The FAQ will talk about where you find the songs, when you find them, what
they are used for, how to play them, and any requirements if any.

It does not cover extra "out of game" songs that some FAQs are written for.
While a little redundant considering how relatively minor the songs are (and
that they can be referenced within the menu itself), the FAQ's purpose is
to show the differences in control between the various versions of Ocarina of
Time that have been released, and to serve as a reference tool for those who
are interested in where/when/what the songs are. The release of the 3DS
version can expect a lot of newcomers looking for said songs.

The controls for the Nintendo 64 version, Gamecube port, Wii Virtual Console, 
and 3DS version are all noted.

==============================================================================

TABLE OF CONTENTS [ToC]

==============================================================================

Use Ctrl/Apple + F to skip to specific sections, simply search for the letters
within the brackets listed below.

1.) Table of Contents [ToC]
2.) Controls [CTR]
3.) The Songs [SON]
    a.) Zelda's Lullaby [001]
    b.) Epona's Song [002]
    c.) Saria's Song [003]
    d.) Sun's Song [004]
    e.) Song of Time [005]
    f.) Song of Storms [006]
    g.) Minuet of the Forest [007]
    h.) Bolero of Fire [008]
    i.) Serenade of Water [009]
    j.) Requiem of Spirit [010]
    k.) Nocturne of Shadow [011]
    l.) Prelude of Light [012]
    m.) Scarecrow's Song [013]
4.) Closing/Credits/Contact Information [CCC]
5.) Version Info [VIN]
6.) Authorized Websites [ADS]

==============================================================================

CONTROLS [CTR]

==============================================================================

The controls for playing the Ocarina in game are simple. You equip it to one
of the item slots, and when using it, you will go into a mode where you can
push the C-buttons, as well as other buttons, to control it.

The game's songs do not require you to change the pitch of the notes at all,
so the FAQ will not go too in depth on buttons you do not need to worry about.

As the game has come out on the Nintendo 64, Wii Virtual Console, and 
Gamecube, the respective controls are listed below. I will stick with the
N64 controls for simplicity.

Nintendo 64:

UP C BUTTON = Up
RIGHT C BUTTON = Right
LEFT C BUTTON = Left
DOWN C BUTTON = Down
A BUTTON = A
B BUTTON = Cancel
CONTROL STICK = Change pitch

Gamecube:

C STICK UP = Up
C STICK RIGHT = Right
C STICK LEFT = Left
C STICK DOWN = Down
A BUTTON = A
B Button = Cancel

X BUTTON = Right
Y BUTTON = Left
Z Button = Up

Wii (Virtual Console)

-If using the Gamecube controller, it is the same controls as "Gamecube"
-Classic Controller's right stick is used to substitute for the "C stick/C
 Directional Pad")

The Notes: (N64/GC/Wii)

Up = ^
Down = v
Left = <
Right = >
A = A

You can see where they correspond below:

==============================================================================
                                     UP
==============================================================================
                                LEFT
======================= RIGHT ================================================
                 DOWN
=======   A   ================================================================

The Notes: (3DS)

-The buttons on 3DS no longer use arrows, but instead have the corresponding 
button displayed. See below to where they correspond.
-For those who played the originals:
 -A = Up
 -X = Left
 -Y = Right
 -R = Down
 -L = A

The Notes are: L R Y X A (from lowest to highest)

====================================( A )=====================================
                                     
================================( X )=========================================
                          ( Y )
==============================================================================
                 ( R )
==============================================================================
           ( L )

These positions are shown when you enter the notes in the game anyway. No
worries.



==============================================================================

THE SONGS [SON]

==============================================================================

     @@                                                                  
    @ @                                                                  
 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 
     @
    @
 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 
  @@@  @
  @ @@@ @
 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 
   @   @
    @@ @  
 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 
     @

The format is as follows:

NAME OF SONG

Notes: How to play the Song

Where: Where do you find/learn it
When: When can you find/learn it
What: What does the song do?

Note: All songs can be reviewed in the menu of the game, and in the 3DS
version, one simply has to switch when playing the Ocarina using the "R"
button.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[001]

ZELDA'S LULLABY

Notes: (N64/GC/Wii)

< ^ > < ^ >

(LEFT UP RIGHT LEFT UP RIGHT)

Notes: 3DS

X A Y X A Y

Where: Taught when at HYRULE CASTLE for the first time. It is a story event,
       so it cannot be missed.
When: When you go to HYRULE CASTLE for the first time.
What: The song can be played on special squares that have the Triforce symbol.
      This will trigger some sort of event, be it at the Fairy Fountains, 
      the waterfall at Zora's Domain, at the Bottom of the Well, etc.
      The song is also used for the Frogs in Zora's river.

[002]

EPONA'S SONG

^ < > ^ < >

(UP LEFT RIGHT UP LEFT RIGHT)

Notes: 3DS

A X Y A X Y

Where: LON LON RANCH, from Malon
When: After you learn ZELDA's LULLABY (and so Talon/Malon will have returned
      to the ranch, since you woke him up). When you visit LON LON RANCH as
      Young Link, simply speak to Malon in the center of the ranch, about
      three times, until she says to "sing with her." Pull out the Ocarina,
      and she will teach you the song.
What: It is required to acquire EPONA as Adult Link. It also is used to call
      for EPONA when out on HYRULE FIELD. It can also be used to get milk from
      the various cows all over the land (in caves, buildings, on the field,
      etc.) Simply play the song and have an empty bottle handy to get milk.
      The song is also used for the Frogs in Zora's river.

[003]

SARIA'S SONG

v > < v > <

(DOWN RIGHT LEFT DOWN RIGHT LEFT)

Notes: 3DS

R Y X R Y X

Where: SACRED FOREST MEADOW, from Saria
When: After you acquire the Ocarina and learn ZELDA'S LULLABY, you can learn
      it from Saria when visiting her in the Sacred Forest Meadow as Young
      Link. It is a requirement to proceed in the story.
What: A song that allows you to talk to Saria anytime, as well as proceed in
      the story (to access Dodongo's Cavern). It can also be used to acquire
      a Piece of Heart from the skull kid at the start of the Lost Woods
      (entering and taking a left).
      The song is also used for the Frogs in Zora's river.

[004]

SUN'S SONG

> v ^ > v ^

(RIGHT DOWN UP RIGHT DOWN UP)

Notes: 3DS

Y R A Y R A

Where: GRAVEYARD, The large stone in the back (between the "Composer 
       Brothers' graves"), play ZELDA'S LULLABY to break the stone and enter.
       Inside, kill the enemies in the room to unlock the door, and in the
       next room, avoid the ReDeads and head toward the back. Read the large
       tablet, and learn the song.
When: When you first reach KAKARIKO VILLAGE (after acquiring ZELDA'S LULLABLY)
What: A song that changes night to day and day to night instantly when played.
      It also stuns ReDeads, and is required to get a Piece of Heart from
      beneath another grave that has a lone ReDead (playing the song after
      killing the ReDead will reveal a chest).

      It can also stun Gibdos! (Mummy-like ReDeads, basically)

      The song is also used for the Frogs in Zora's river.

[005]

SONG OF TIME

> A v > A v

(RIGHT A DOWN RIGHT A DOWN)

Notes: 3DS

Y L R Y L R

Where: Story Event, when the Ocarina of Time is acquired, the song comes with
       it in the events that play.
When: After all three spiritual stones are acquired, head toward HYRULE CASTLE
      and watch the event, then dive and get the Ocarina of Time in the river.
What: The song has more use in the sequel, MAJORA's MASK, but in this game
      is used as a story song to open the gate to the Master Sword. It can
      also be used to shift the locations of the various blue boxes that are
      encountered in dungeons throughout Ocarina of Time.
      The Song is also used for the Frogs in Zora's river.

[006]

SONG OF STORMS

A v ^ A v ^

(A DOWN UP A DOWN UP)

Notes: 3DS

L R A L R A

Where: KAKARIKO VILLAGE - WINDMILL HUT (the "?" building). Learn from the
       man inside.
When: As Adult Link, enter the Windmill Hut and talk to the man, who will
      speak of a boy with an Ocarina. Pull out the Ocarina in front of him,
      and he will teach you the song after a brief rant!
What: The song is used to drain the well of the water inside of it (as Young
      Link), in order to get the Lens of Truth (play the song as Young Link
      inside the Windmill). It can also be used to reveal hidden grottos
      that the Stone/Shard of Agony detects nearby. The song is also used to
      receive a Piece of Heart from the Frogs in Zora's river.

      If you play this in the dried up Oasis near the Desert Colossus, it
      will create an outdoor Fairy Fountain!

      If you play this right before using the Lens of Truth, no magic is
      consumed while it's raining!

[007]

MINUET OF THE FOREST

A ^ < > < >

(A UP LEFT RIGHT LEFT RIGHT)

Notes: 3DS

L A X Y X Y

Where: Sacred Forest Meadow (outside of the Forest Temple), taught by Sheik
       upon reaching the platform.
When: As Adult Link, anytime as long as you reach the Forest Temple entrance.
What: The song is used to warp to the Sacred Forest Meadow, right outside
      the entrance to the Forest Temple.

[008]

BOLERO OF FIRE

v A v A > v > v

(DOWN A DOWN A RIGHT DOWN RIGHT DOWN)

Notes: 3DS

R L R L Y R Y R

Where: Inside the Death Mountain Crater, the platform near the entrance to
       the Fire Temple, taught by Sheik.
When: As Adult Link, reach the Death Mountain Crater.    
What: The song is used to warp to the Death Mountain Crater, right outside
      the Fire Temple.

[009]

SERENADE OF WATER

A v > > <

(A DOWN RIGHT RIGHT LEFT)

Notes: 3DS

L R Y Y X

Where: Ice Cavern
When: As Adult Link, when you "complete" the Ice Cavern (and acquire the IRON
      BOOTS), Sheik will teach the song.
What: The song is used to warp to Lake Hylia, on an island that is far from
      the shore, connected by bridges, near the Water Temple.       

[010]

REQUIEM OF SPIRIT

A v A > v A

(A DOWN A RIGHT DOWN A)

Notes: 3DS

L R L Y R L

Where: Desert Collossus 
When: As Adult Link, enter the Desert Collossus, and then exit, Sheik will
      teach it to you.
What: The song allows you to warp to the Desert Collossus, to save the trouble
      of crossing the desert. It will land you on the platform close by.

[011]

NOCTURNE OF SHADOW

< > > A < > v

(LEFT RIGHT RIGHT A LEFT RIGHT DOWN)

Notes: 3DS

X Y Y L X Y R

Where: Kakariko Village
When: After completing the Water Temple (and acquiring the Water Medallion),
      an event will take place in Kakariko, and Sheik will teach you the song.
What: The song allows you to warp to the Graveyard near Kakariko village, near
      the entrance to the Shadow Temple.

[012]

PRELUDE OF LIGHT

^ > ^ > < ^

(UP RIGHT UP RIGHT LEFT UP)

Notes: 3DS

A Y A Y X A

Where: Temple of Time
When: Anytime after you complete the Forest Temple, you will learn this song
      when you return to the Temple of Time from Sheik.
What: The song allows you to warp to the Temple of Time, right next to the
      entrance to the room with the Master Sword.

[013]

SCARECROW'S SONG

Notes: Vary

Where: Lake Hylia
When: Anytime, as Young Link, talk to the lower Scarecrow, and play eight
      notes for him. (It can be all one button, or a song of your choosing!
      Be creative). When you become Adult Link, go back to Lake Hylia, and
      play the same song you played when you were Young Link, and this will
      be the "Scarecrow's Song". It needs to contain at least two different
      notes when you play it.
What: You can call "Pierre", the wandering scarecrow, to certain locations
      throughout Hyrule. He can be hook/longshotted onto, and is required
      for several Gold Skulltulas, as well as Pieces of Heart.

==============================================================================

CLOSING/CREDITS/CONTACT INFORMATION [CCC]

==============================================================================

Short and simple, but I'm taking suggestions if there is anything else that
needs to be added.

If you want to help, I have a few things I may want to add:

For instance, all locations of where "Zelda's Lullaby" can be played, or
every place a block that can be moved by the "Song of Time" is, that would
be helpful, or all Grottos that require the "Song of Storms"

All Scarecrow Locations would be nice too. It is a fairly ambitious project,
but it would add a lot to people wanting more specific information regarding
the songs! It would be useful indeed. I'll be sure to credit you of course!

If you have any other ideas, please email me!

Also, any errors you see, or anything even as small as a typo, please email
me! I'll fix it as quickly as I can.

Thanks for reading, cheers!

-MKay

CREDITS:

Thanks to the reader for bothering to motivate me to write FAQs like this,
even if they seem a little redundant and unecessary, I get emails of
appreciation regardless...

Thanks to the reader [email protected] who emailed me information on 
the Song of Storms, Sun's Song, a correction regarding the Prelude of Light, 
and the Scarecrow's song. Your help is much appreciated!

CONTACT:

Email me at: [email protected]

I read all emails, and respond if necessary. :)

==============================================================================

VERSION INFO [VIN]

==============================================================================

Version 0.00 [5/21/2004]: Original conception of the FAQ, but the release of
                          the 3DS version 11 years later allowed for
                          motivation of completion.
Version 1.00 [6/28/2011]: The FAQ as you see it.
Version 1.05 [7/07/2011]: Updates to some of the sections! Thanks!

==============================================================================

AUTHORIZED WEBSITES [ADS]

==============================================================================

If you find this FAQ on any sites OTHER than the ones listed below, please
contact me IMMEDIATELY. 

www.gamefaqs.com [Original submission]

www.neoseeker.com 

www.supercheats.com

==============================================================================
                                    @
                                   @@@
                                  @@@@@
                                 @@@@@@@
                                @@@@@@@@@
                               @@@@@@@@@@@
                              @@@@@@@@@@@@@
                             @@@         @@@
                            @@@@@       @@@@@
                           @@@@@@@     @@@@@@@
                          @@@@@@@@@   @@@@@@@@@
                         @@@@@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@@@@@
                        @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 
==============================================================================
                      ~~~~~COPYRIGHT 2011 MKaykitkats~~~~
==============================================================================