Song of Passing
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|"Song of Passing"|
|Game(s)||The Wind Waker|
|Power(s)||Change from day to night and viceversa|
|Learned in||Windfall Island|
|Related songs||"Sun's Song"|
The "Song of Passing" is a song featured in The Wind Waker.
Conducted on the Wind Waker, the Song of Passing is an optional melody learned which allows Link to change from day to night and night to day. It is learned on Windfall Island from the dancer Tott, who can be found on the hilltop. Once Link shows the Wind Waker to the charismatic dancer, Tott will remember the dance moves, and in return will teach the young hero the Song of Passing.
This melody is especially useful to pass time while waiting for a figurine to be carved, or to change the phases of the moon. Despite its usefulness, the "Song of Passing" is the only optional song in the game.
- ↑ "That magical dance that changes day into night and night into day... If I could only recall the rhythm. Oh, the RHYTHM! Then I could dance it perfectly! [...] Unh, unh, CHA! Unh, unh, CHA! That's... That's it! That's the rhythm I've been trying to recall! OH! I can feel it! I can FEEL it, guy!" — Tott (The Wind Waker)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||昼夜の唄 (Chūya no Uta)||Song of Day and Night|
|Spanish||Melodía del Transcurrir||Melody of Passing|
|French||Chant du Soleil||Sun's Song|
|German||Kleine Tag- und Nachtmusik||Small Day and Night Music|
|Italian||Sonata in Dì Notturno||Song of Day Night|