Nintendo composer Mahito Yokota has been confirmed as the chap who has worked on Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Skyward Sword.
Yokota was one of the composers who crafted your favourite tunes alongside Koji Kondo in both Super Mario Galaxy games. He also penned trailer music for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess which, despite being absent from the game itself, had a positive response from fans around the world.
In the 3DS version of Ocarina of Time, he's been remastering the soundtrack - some of his work emerging in a recent trailer for the game. It's a loose translation from the Iwata Asks Japanese interview, which is likely to do with adapting the original sound to the 3DS hardware as in the build we tried; there wasn't any re-recorded/orchestrated music.
In more exciting news, Yokota as been hard at work as part of the music team for Nintendo's latest Legend of Zelda adventure for Wii out later this year, Skyward Sword.
For those unfamiliar with his work, or wanting a slice of aural bliss, a selection of compositions from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess trailers and Super Mario Galaxy: