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Sky at Sunset

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Sky at Sunset
"Sky at Sunset" from Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Debut appearance Kirby: Triple Deluxe (2014)
Composer(s) Hirokazu Ando
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Sky at Sunset is a stage theme from Kirby: Triple Deluxe and can be heard in the second and third stage of Old Odyssey. This theme was composed by Hirokazu Ando and is the 25th theme in the Jukebox.


Kirby stands in the sunset-lit sky.

"Sky at Sunset" is a calm theme in the key of F major. The theme appears to be backed up by instruments such as a few synths and a piano. The theme starts with a measure of a few synths playing in the background and then starts with the melody, which is played by a flute like instrument. The melody, played by a woodwind, starts a measure within the theme and plays a rather soothing tune. The second quarter of the portion even has a few synths join the melody as it higher notes. After this, the main instrument is swapped with a mandolin, and plays the melody again, but with more apparent piano chords and a different ending (on the home key). When this portion concludes, the key changes many times in this portion (A flat, C major, E-flat, and back to C major) and the main instrument is swapped once again. The melody of the second portion is much slower than that of the first one, making it sound calmer, and it also contains the same rhythm throughout . A synth can also be heard quietly playing arpeggios in the background. After the melody concludes, an eight measure interlude played with piano chords and a different synth playing arpeggios can be heard (with extra instrumentation added in the last four measures), and the theme then loops.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 天空に沈む夕陽
Tenkū ni shizumu yūhi
Sunset in the Sky