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One of the Miracles

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One of the Miracles
Various arrangements of "One of the Miracles".
Debut appearance Kirby: Triple Deluxe (2014)
Last appearance Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe (2023)
Other appearance(s) Kirby: Planet Robobot
Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
Kirby's Blowout Blast
Kirby Battle Royale
Kirby Star Allies
Super Kirby Clash
Kirby Fighters 2
Kirby and the Forgotten Land
Kirby's Dream Buffet
Composer(s) Hirokazu Ando[1]
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"One of the Miracles" is the main staff credits theme of Kirby: Triple Deluxe. It was composed by Hirokazu Ando.[1]


The Dreamstalk in glorious bloom.

"One of the Miracles" is made up of various recurring themes of its game of origin, such as "Spring Smash Factory" (and its iteration "Under the Sunshine"), "Floral Fields" (and its iteration "Hypernova Inhale"), as well as recurring Kirby series staples "Green Greens" and "Kirby's Triumphant Return".

The track begins with a bright C major version of "Spring Smash Factory" with an intro based on it. It then switches to a C minor iteration of the main melody of "Floral Fields" with the usage of bells. This smoothly transitions into "Spring Smash Factory", still in this key but preparing a modulation through a common dominant to (harmonic) C major. The motif of third section of "Floral Fields" plays twice with richer harmonies in increasingly high registers, followed by a piano transition.

The pace slows down, and the music acquires a delicate character, much like the intro of "Waking to a Flowery Coup!". A flute plays a variant of "Under the Sunshine" (which is in turn derived from "Spring Smash Factory"), and eventually it is joined by lower woodwinds and a glockenspiel. Violins then play the intro motif of "The World to Win", preparing another modulation, first seemingly to A-flat major, but then to the brighter A major. Cellos play the main melody of "Spring Smash Factory", backed by a strong percussive basis. "Under the Sunshine" follows in F major with violin and marimba counterpoints, as well as a piccolo playing the third section of "Floral Fields". Bells take over the melody of "Under the Sunshine" while trumpets announce "Kirby's Triumphant Return", which is picked up by strings, showing signs of an extended cadence as opposed to its original simple progression. More instruments join, with the brightest continuing with the second section of "Green Greens" in E-flat minor with "Under the Sunshine" (a descending iteration of "Spring Smash Factory") in the background. The build up increases exponentially.

The third section of "Floral Fields" (as heard in the second section of "Hypernova Inhale") gloriously arrives, moving from one group of instruments to another. Brass transitions in using the second phrase of "Spring Smash Factory" as its basis. This further repeats, and eventually the piece decelerates again. A gentle, high-pitched D-flat major violin solo of "The World to Win"'s intro phrase slowly grows into the third section of "Floral Fields", ending in a characteristic suspense.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, "One of the Miracles" plays in the during the staff credits Theater movies "Ending" and "Secret ending".

The opening section of "One of the Miracles" based on "Spring Smash Factory" serves as the title screen music, "Sun, Sky, Dreamstalk". This track does not loop, instead fading out before the "Floral Fields" section.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

In Kirby Star Allies, the original track accompanies the "A Miracle Sent to the Skies" Celebration Picture.

Other appearances[edit]

Starting with Kirby: Planet Robobot, a looping version of "Sun, Sky, Dreamstalk" represents its game of origin when viewing Past Adventures.

In The Sound of Kirby Café 2, "One of the Miracles" is arranged along with "Floral Fields" as part of a medley called 空と花の香りの思い出 (Remembering the Sky and the Scent of Flowers). It can be found on the CD as Track 11.

Names in other languages[edit]

Sun, Sky, Dreamstalk[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 空と太陽とワールドツリー
sora to taiyō to wārudo tsurī
The Sky, the Sun, and the World Tree
World Tree is the Japanese name of the Dreamstalk.

One of the Miracles[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きせきの1つ
kiseki no hitotsu
One of the Miracles
This is part of the narration in the "FLOWERED" cutscene: 「これも、ワールドツリーの きせきの 1つ…なのかもしれませんね。」("It could be that this, too... was one of the miracles of the Dreamstalk.") The English equivalent to this dialogue is "Indeed, the Dreamstalk works in mysterious ways."