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Phonograph

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Phonograph
Sprite
OoS Phonograph Sprite.png
TMC Phonograph Sprite.png
OoSTMC
Main appearance(s)
Use(s)
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Trade for Noble Sword (OoS)

Phonographs are recurring items and objects in The Legend of Zelda series.[1]

Appearances

Ocarina of Time

A Phonograph can be seen in Ocarina of Time being played by Guru-Guru who resides in the Windmill in Kakariko Village. Guru-Guru later uses his Phonograph to teach an adult Link the Song of Storms.

Majora's Mask

An identical Phonograph reappears in Majora's Mask alongside Guru-Guru in his room at the Stock Pot Inn, and the Laundry Pool. It also appears in the Milk Bar during the credits.

Oracle of Seasons

Guru Guru and the Phonograph

The Phonograph is the tenth and final item in the Oracle of Seasons Trading Quest. It is given to Link by Guru-Guru in exchange for helping the Windmill spin faster with the Engine Grease.[2] When played for the Deku Scrub in the Lost Woods, he will give Link instructions on how to navigate the Lost Woods and find the Noble Sword.[3]

The Minish Cap

In The Minish Cap, a Phonograph can be found inside the Music House in Hyrule Town. It allows Link to listen to music.

Two tracks on the Phonograph ("2" and "6") do not play anywhere else in the game. There are also two music tracks that play in-game that do not appear on the Phonograph; the first plays in South Hyrule Field before Link and Princess Zelda reach Hyrule Town to attend the Picori Festival (a similar song to "27"), and the second is a short fanfare that plays when Ezlo first leaps onto Link's head (an excerpt of the series' main theme, "The Legend of Zelda (Theme)").

Tracks

# Track Length
1 "1" 0:08
2 "2" 0:08
3 "3" 0:11
4 "4" 2:02
5 "5" 1:15
6 "6" 0:11
7 "7" 1:31
8 "8" 1:12
9 "9" 0:46
10 "10" 1:51
11 "11" 1:42
12 "12" 1:12
13 "13" 1:10
14 "14" 1:06
15 "15" 0:36
16 "16" 1:30
17 "17" 1:33
18 "18" 1:39
19 "19" 1:55
20 "20" 1:52
21 "21" 1:50
22 "22" 1:50
23 "23" 1:34
24 "24" 0:56
25 "25" 1:06
26 "26" 2:14
27 "27" 1:38
28 "28" 1:34
29 "29" 1:04
30 "30" 3:27
31 "31" 1:22
32 "32" 1:41
33 "33" 1:47
34 "34" 2:00
35 "35" 1:54
36 "36" 2:02
37 "37" 1:35
38 "38" 1:20
39 "39" 1:45
40 "40" 2:11
41 "41" 1:58
42 "42" 2:03
43 "43" 2:17
44 "44" 1:20
45 "45" 2:15
46 "46" 1:18
47 "47" 2:06
48 "48" 1:42
49 "49" 1:55
50 "50" 1:14
51 "51" 1:44
52 "52" 1:55

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ちくおんき (Chikuonki) Gramophone
French Republic FrenchEU Phonographe
Federal Republic of Germany German Grammophon
Italian Republic Italian Fonografo
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Fonógrafo

Gallery

References

  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 134 (OoS)
  2. "Engine Grease? Will that make it go quickly?" — Guru-Guru (Oracle of Seasons),
  3. "Dee! What a tune! I love it! I'll teach you the way to my Secret Spot! If temperatures rise as you go far to the west, you'll find it!" — Deku Scrub (Oracle of Seasons)