World of Goo Piano Medley

The multi-talented Sebastian Wolff (GermanSeabass) has transcribed (by ear!) all 27 songs from the soundtrack. Video of him playing the full 14-minute medley below, with complete sheet music on his site here.

I was lucky enough to meet up with Sebastian briefly at GDC a few weeks ago where we chatted about favorite composers over tea time and he gave me my very own bound copy of the sheet music! Also check his Kingdom Hearts medley.

26 Responses to “World of Goo Piano Medley”

  1. AtkinsSJ Says:

    Makes it sound very Victorian, and especially the first piece, is very sinister. Nice.

  2. Zsxd Says:

    oh i saw his site yesterday, im learning to play “regulation pumping station”!

  3. vonboy Says:

    yes this is pure awesome

    and Zsxd, your typo is epic! [regulation pumping station lol]

  4. kof Says:

    Dude,that sounds awesome,good job!

  5. Elyriah Says:

    This is pure Awesomeness!

  6. Dan the Music Master Says:

    Very entertaining.

  7. Jake Says:

    Cool! Now I just need to learn to play the piano. I play clarinet…is that good enough?

  8. Nic Freed Says:

    Amazing… Just amazing… Wow!

  9. Zsxd Says:

    oh sorry i was typing at like 55 wpm and wasnt thinking lol.

  10. Richard D Says:

    I love Astor Piazzolla and was pleasantly surprised to hear that he had influenced the making of the WoG soundtrack. The soundtrack truly is very beautiful.

    <3

  11. cucamonga Says:

    There’s no doubt for me that the music of the game is one of its reasons for success! The soudtrack is one of the best I’ve ever listening to.
    Cheers!

    Cuca

  12. Cogzwell Says:

    flameo hotman… flameo….

  13. Dominic Bisset Says:

    I love your soundtrack. It’s oh-so-fantastically atmospheric. It’s one of the more-played albums in my collection. And this is superb as well – in some places it sounds even better – even more grandiose, even more industrial.

    I just wish my laptop was decent enough to play the game on. I’ve seen hamsters with more processing power than my machine, which occasionally hangs when I play linux-tetris-clone Gnometris.

    But anyway, your music is spot-on, as is this.

  14. Owand Says:

    That’s an unsustainable amount of talent over here, I’m gonna blow up ! XD
    This is just stunning. Great work M.Gabler, great work M.Wolff !

  15. Trent Petro Says:

    Wow awesome. Very very awesome.

  16. Stickybomb67 Says:

    The them from the pumping station sounds great!
    ‘doot do do, DEET DEET DEET, doot do do, DU DU DUUUU’!
    Great work, Sebastian!
    P.S. By ear? Wow :O

  17. Farul Says:

    Well, in the post it is written that he played all 27 soundtrack songs. But I’ve counted only 16…

    And for sure there wasn’t “The Red Carpet” (in game music directory called as n2) Try to play that on piano ;p

  18. Taylor Calderone Says:

    Amazing job on transcribing the whole game Sebastian! I’ll be studying it lots for my next game ;)

  19. Álvaro Says:

    It is a wonderful Music, and the one that interprets the Music to the piano is an angel, is something impressive. Thank you. From Spain. Álvaro

  20. André Bicudo Larrubia Says:

    The game has a really great soundtrack. Sebastian’s interpretation is also pretty good. It is pretty enjoyable to listen to. Congrats!

  21. kry127 Says:

    Can you give me notes of these soundtracks?

  22. IL'ya Says:

    I’m need world of goo notes for piano

  23. Jamie Says:

    That is truely epic and awesome. Much cudos to Sebastian.

  24. Marcin Says:

    Where i can buy it?

  25. Stijn Says:

    Farul said:
    Well, in the post it is written that he played all 27 soundtrack songs. But I’ve counted only 16…

    And for sure there wasn’t “The Red Carpet” (in game music directory called as n2) Try to play that on piano ;p
    __

    You’re right, he didn’t play all the songs. He did transcribe them all though, and they all sound pretty good.

  26. siduahuruf Says:

    COOLNESS!