FINAL FANTASY VIII, LIBERI FATALLI Nobuo Uematsu.
Arrangement for cello octet, Manuel Santapau.
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"Liberi Fatali" is a prominent theme from Final Fantasy VIII. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu and it is, notably, the composer's first experiment with a combination of chorus and orchestra for music. Nobuo Uematsu states that, along with "Eyes on Me", "Liberi Fatali" is one of the two main themes of Final Fantasy VIII. "Liberi Fatali" plays during the opening full motion video of Final Fantasy VIII, and its Latin meaning, "Fated Children", refers to the main playable cast who are within the ages of 17 and 18. Its lyrics were written by Taro Yamashita and Kazushige Nojima. Music The central melody and elements of "Liberi Fatali" is incorporated in several other themes of the game, including "The Landing", "The Stage is Set", "Premonition", and the game's "Ending Theme".