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Stadium: Air Glider

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Stadium: Air Glider
First 30 seconds of "Stadium: Air Glider" from Kirby Air Ride.
Debut appearance Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (2001-2003) (Japanese version only)
Last appearance Kirby Air Ride (2003)
Composer(s) Akira Miyagawa
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This article is about the music for the eponymous Stadium in Kirby Air Ride. For the Stadium itself, see Air Glider.

"Stadium: Air Glider" (capitalized as "Stadium: AIR GLIDER" in the Sound Test) is the music for the eponymous Stadium: Air Glider in Kirby Air Ride. It is also used during the "Air Ride machine formation" Event in City Trial.

Like many other tracks borrowed from the anime, this theme features classical orchestration. It is composed in 4/4 time signature and makes use of heavy percussion, brass, and string instruments along with electronic synth instruments. The track is relatively short, with only two distinct verses. This track is composed by Akira Miyagawa, the main composer of the original Japanese anime Kirby: Right Back at Ya!. Like many other tracks in Kirby Air Ride, this one is used in the Japanese version of the anime, serving as the theme of Channel DDD. It is titled 時空を超えて (Across Time and Space) in the original soundtrack CD of the Japanese anime.

To unlock this track in the Sound Test of Kirby Air Ride, the following Checklist task must be accomplished: "Stadium: AIR GLIDER Stay airborne longer than 30 seconds!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スタジアム:エアグライダー
sutajiamu: ea guraidā
Stadium: Air Glider
French Stadium: AIR GLIDER -
Italian Stadium: AIR GLIDER -