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Ocarina of Time: Ocarina Songs

The Ocarina plays an important part in the game. It allows you to learn songs and play them to warp you to different places. Each song has its own effect. Some transport you to places such as temples and others let you call upon people or Epona. By learning these songs, it will make the game seem much easier. Below we have listed the title of each song, who/where you get it from, what it does, and what buttons you use to play it.

Zelda's Lullaby

Left Up Right Left Up Right
Where to get:
Hyrule Castle, talk to Impa after talking to Zelda
What it does:
This songs has different effects in different places, try playing it over a Triforce symbol.

Epona's Song

Up Right Left Up Right Left
Where to get:
Lon Lon Ranch, talk to Malon as Young Link
What it does:
Playing this song will make Epona come to you anytime your in Hyrule Field, after winning her from Ingo when your an Adult.

Saria's Song

Down Right Left Down Right Left
Where to get:
Sacred Forest Meadow, talk to Saria as Young Link
What it does:
When you play this song you will be able to talk to Saria. Also, play this song for Darunia and the Skull Kid as Young Link.

Song of Storms

A Down Up A Down Up
Where to get:
Kakariko Village, talk to the man in the Windmill
What it does:
Playing the Song of Storms will make rain fall. Interestingly, rain will even appear inside of buildings that you're allowed to play the ocarina in.

Sun's Song

Right Down Up Right Down Up
Where to get:
Kakariko Village Graveyard, in the Royal Tomb.
What it does:
This song will make the sunrise and set anytime you play it.

Song of Time

Right A Down Right A Down
Where to get:
You learn this song when you get the Ocarina of Time from Princess Zelda
What it does:
Play this song in front of the pedestal in the Temple of Time, when you have all three spiritual stones.

Prelude of Light

Up Right Up Right Left Up
Where to get:
Temple of Time, talk to Sheik as an Adult after beating the Forest Temple
What it does:
This song will warp you to the Temple of Time.

Minuet of Forest

A Up Left Right Left Right
Where to get:
Forest Temple, talk to Sheik as Adult Link
What it does:
This song lets you warp to the Sacred Forest Meadow.

Bolero of Fire

Down A Down A Right Down Right Down
Where to get:
Death Mountain Crater, talk to Sheik as an Adult after getting the Goron Tunic
What it does:
This song will take you to the middle of the crater.

Serenade of Water

A Down Right Right Left
Where to get:
Ice Cavern, talk to Sheik after you get the Iron Boots, which is located inside the cavern
What it does:
This song will warp you above the Water Temple.

Nocturne of Shadow

Left Right Right A Left Right Down
Where to get:
Kakariko Village, talk to Sheik near the well as an Adult after beating the Water Temple
What it does:
This song will take you to the graveyard leading to the Shadow Temple.

Requiem of Spirit

A Down A Right Down A
Where to get:
Spirit Temple, talk to Sheik as an Adult after going through the Haunted Wasteland
What it does:
This song will take you to a spot near the Spirit Temple.

Scarecrow's Song

Random Notes
Where to get:
Use your Ocarina to play a variety of notes in front of the Scarecrow in Lake Hylia as YoungLink
What it does:
If you play this some in certain places, the Scarecrow will appear allowing you to use your Hookshot on him.


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