Final Fantasy VI’s ‘Dancing Mad’, a critical analysis

I always liked that third movement.

…if some of it sounds familiar, it’s because much of the melody has been shamelessly lifted from Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, probably the most famous organ piece of all music history. All of this serves to set up Kefka as having achieved divinity, a point that even his appearance during this part of the fight beats you over the head with…But instead of playing this straight, all the religious symbolism is a mockery.