Halo Sheet Music Collection

Halo Sheet Music: Scores of Halo – Halo: Legends

Halo Sheet Music: Scores of Halo – Halo: Legends Original Soundtrack Sheet Music

Halo: Legends Original Soundtrack:

Halo Legends Soundtrack Cover

Halo Legends Soundtrack Cover

The Soundtrack to Halo Legends was written by Yasuhara Takanashi, Naoyuki Hiroko and Tetsuya Takahasi. With themes used from Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori. With additional composition and arrangements from Tilman Sillescu, Alexander Roeder, Alex Pfeffer, Markus Schmidt, Robin Hoffmann, Marco Jovic and David Christiansen.

Halo Legends released on the 16th of February 2010 on DVD and Blu-Ray. The Original Soundtrack released on the 9th of February in the same year.

Halo Legends in a collection of 7 short anime type films set in the Halo Universe.  One of the first Halo projects by the at the time, still young studio, 343 Industries.

The episodes include:

“Prototype” by the Animation Studio Bones, “Odd One Out” by Toei Animation.”Origins” part 1 and 2 and “The Babysitter” by Studio 4˚C, “The Package” by Casio Entertainment, “The Duel” by Production I.G and “Homecoming” by Bee Train and Production I.G.

The soundtrack logically has more of a cinematic vibe to it then the other Halo Soundtracks. While most of the tracks are remakes from the old Halo 2 and 3 Soundtracks. There are some new tracks that contain more switches in the style of music then what we are used to with Halo Soundtracks.


The Legend Continues:

Halo Legends Cover Art

Halo Legends Cover Art

With Halo Legends we finally started to finish the work that we always had something lying around of. We treated it like a bigger project then before. Looking more at how to play and converting big orchestral music to piano.

During our work on Legends we had to dig in our old Halo CE and 2 work because of the recurring theme’s. Seeing the difference in time and experience we decided to start working on re-releases everything up to ODST. We looked at it and decided that what we had accomplished so far showed huge improvement.

You have already seen this in the re-release of Halo Combat Evolved’s Sheet Music.

Halo Legends gave us the incentive to redo Halo 2 and 3. Graphically mostly with some overhauls. We tested it with CE and the result was well received so Halo Legends brought another positive spin on the collection then just it’s own new sheet music.

Halo Legends just is a brilliant soundtrack.

So without further ado, we present Halo Legends in the Sheet Music Collection!

Halo: Legends in The Sheet Music Collection:

01 – Ghosts of Reach
02 – Opening Suite 2
03 – Machines and Might
04 – Blade and Burden
05 – Steel and Light
06 – Impend
07 – True Arbiter
08 – Unforgotten
09 – Shattered Legacy
10 – Out of Darkness
11 – High Charity Suite 2
12 – Sacred Icon Suite
13 – Rescue Mission
14 – Here in Peril
15 – Finale 2

Choosing Paths:

With Halo Legends relying on existing themes, it was a bit easier to make more sheet music. Initially we filtered on music that was fun and possible to arranged and play on other instruments ( Mainly Piano ) and then taking what we already had and tried to do most of the new stuff. Some old ones are in here like “Ghosts of Reach”, “Impend” and  “Unforgotten”. Each having enough of a twist to make it fun and new.

What remained were new tracks created specially for Legends. Some tracks fit perfectly with only one episode. Like the episode “The Duel”. Other tracks came round multiple times. There are massive tracks like “Sacred Icon Suite 2”, “Machines and Might”, High Charity Suite 2″ and Rescue Mission”.

And there are subtle and soft tracks like “”Shattered Legacy”, “Blade and Burden” and “Steel and Light”.

From the old and never fail tracks like “Truth and Reconciliation” to made to fit tracks like “True Arbiter” to the new memorable tracks like “Rescue Mission”.

We hope we have an accurate representation of the Halo Legends Soundtrack. To most memorable and the most fun to play. We hope you enjoy these new pieces !

As always you can find the Sheet Music on The Halo Archive Forums HERE

Rearrangement Dilemma:

 .Halo 2 Original Soundtrack Volume 1 CoverHalo 2 Original Soundtrack Volume IIHalo 3 Original Soundtrack Cover.

Halo 2 Volume 1, Halo 2 Volume 2 and Halo 3’s Original Soundtrack Cover

In addition to this update which brings Halo Legends to the Halo Sheet Music Collection. There will also soon be an update to the Sheet Music of Halo 2 and 3. ( As mentioned before )

Much like the remake of the Sheet Music for Halo: Combat Evolved. The update will focus on the graphical part of it all.

While some tracks get a complete overhaul most tracks will be the same with minor alterations. This is all in the effort of brining up the older material to our current standard and quality we aim for. Being more then pleased with the effect it had on Halo CE’s Sheet Music we thought it appropriate to give Halo 2 and 3 the same dedication.

So Halo 2 and 3 are getting a makeover. BUT we are currently working in overdrive, to immediately begin work on Halo 4 alongside the remakes.

There will be a separate small update once this is complete for both Halo 2 and Halo 3. While the update will roll from disc to disk. So keep an eye out because the updates to the will come sooner then the final notice of completion.

Up Next !

The Next Large update will be Halo 4!

Halo 4 Soundtrack Cover

Halo 4 Soundtrack Cover

The First Game by 343 Industries. The next step for Halo. Also musically. Finding a replacement for the legacy Marty and Mike left behind was not an easy thing to do. Riddled with a labyrinth of opinions, preferences and first time moments 343 gave us a soundtrack Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge…..

And it was awesome!

As always. Thanks to The Halo Archive for the supportive environment and Special thanks to my music teacher for always being open to the weird stuff I trow at him.

Thanks for reading. Until next time!

– HurryingCandy



Posted by HurryingCandy

Piano, Music and Halo. All the time. Player since 2001. Piano since 2006. Halo Sheet music since 2007.

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