Pokémon Red and Blue Piano Collections Available Now from Materia Collective

Materia Collective is thrilled to unveil the latest installment in their Piano Collections album series dedicated to the original Pokémon titles that started it all. Arranger and performer Trevor Alan Gomes returns to bring to life 38 tracks from Pokémon Red/Blue/Green/Yellow, and in the spirit of those classic Game Boy variants, is releasing Piano Collections Pokémon in four different album cover variants, each featuring a unique interpretation of fan-favorite Pokémon charmander, squirtle, bulbasaur, and pikachu. Piano Collections Pokémon is licensed and available today:

Piano Collections: Pokémon Red on Bandcamp
Piano Collections: Pokémon Red on Spotify
Piano Collections Pokémon Blue on Bandcamp
Piano Collections Pokémon Blue on Spotify

“There are piano albums like this for many games, but the vision that drove this one was unique: it’s comprehensive and narrative-driven, spanning the entire soundtrack of the game in chronological order to tell the entire story that millions have loved since 1996,” notes Trevor Alan Gomes. “Together with an amazing team, I’ve had the joy of taking the simple, charming 8-bit music of Pokémon Red and
Blue and turning it into lush, expansive piano arrangements.”

With 38 tracks covering almost all of the music from the game and spanning over 100 minutes of classic Pokémon music that is beautiful and lively, fans will relive all of their favorite moments from the original Pokémon games.
About Trevor Alan Gomes
Trevor Alan Gomes is an Los Angeles-based composer, pianist and performer. He has worked extensively as a pianist for The Walt Disney Company and has assisted with score preparation of such feature films as Finding Dory, Skyfall, and Passengers. He regularly performs a live show on Twitch based on improvisation, song writing and sight reading music under the alias 88bitmusic. He holds a Master’s Degree in Music Composition from University of Cincinnati.

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