Finished this piece the other day, may be of interest. Performed this rendition of the 'Final Hours' piece from Majora's Mask live in one take on an EMAX Turbo II. All aspects of the song are played by-hand, with the exception of the Giant's voice and the harpsichord bit, which were sequenced and placed on backing tape. I recorded this piece as a demonstration of a sample translation project I've been working on for several weeks.
One of many pleasant nuances of the E-MU Emulator II and EMAX II range of sampler keyboards is the dark, lo-fi 'grain' and organic textured sound they give to the samples you run through them. The evolving atmosphere and overall emotion they can bring to a piece is exquisite, which suits many Legend Of Zelda compositions (and this particular piece) quite well, I think.
Currently in the process of saving all dry .WAV-based instruments, percussion, and sound effects from most console games in the Zelda series to zip drives for editing on a 16-bit E-MU II, then translating their contents to an EMAX-compatible format for loading into the EMAX II. Can take the resulting EMAX II soundbanks from the drives and convert them over to EMAX II images, which can be converted to other, more accessible formats like .WAVs and Soundfonts. Would be happy to share copies of them here once they're all sorted, if anyone would like them.