But yeah, I totally would like something a bit more ear-catching when arrangements for anime albums happen. To the Same Heights is nice. Reply Sorry mate, I wrote in wrong page. Technically speaking, nothing really differentiates the opener “To the Same Heights” with the closer “Love Song”, both highlighting a longing melody above simple chords and arpeggios. These emotions really come to fruition once the piano enters the high registers. Sign up Forgot password? Doing jazz to violin would be just a little tough.
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Album was released by Key Sounds Label. Summary The simple approach to this piano album is both a strength and a weakness. CD 1 1 To the Same Heights This approach is exactly what Key nostalgics are looking for, aerange may sometimes tire casual listeners. Mag Mell riya, Ryo Mizutsuki 4: Agter you can probably guess, I’m a big anime music junkie with a special love for composers who’ve put out some beautiful melodies to accompany some of my favorite anime series.
Reply Hey there Zero, I just happened to come across this great site when searching up this soundtrack. A lot of composers start off on the piano before they start putting all the instruments together.
Endgame Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Still, those looking for conservative arrangements should find a highlight here. I tend to gravitate towards music in the classical style with Joe Hisaishi and Yoko Kanno being a few of my favorite composers, but I’ve come to appreciate jazz and rock as anime music has widened my tastes. While I know Clannad was a very emotional anime, there were definitely exciting tracks in there, or at least tracks that could have been amped for piano performance.
An excursion arrabge writing like the great romantics, or some jazz improvisations, would have made these tracks much more substantial highlights.
Album has no ratings. Its initial calming ardor gels all of the scattered loving emotions into a greater whole, reflecting the strengthening of those familial bonds. But essentially, both tracks are very typical examples of game music arranged for piano and won’t appeal to those looking for musical creativity.
Makes you wonder why when VGM is filled to the brim with higher-quality arrangements.
The glowing outlook and determination it conveys is wonderful and this piece does well in setting the tone for the tracks that follow. Control Original Game Soundtrack.
That said, the album does offer some variety by incorporating a range of moods into the release. To the Same Heights is nice.
I was fortunate enough to come across one new on eBay a few hours ago, so that would seem a good starting point if none of the usual places have it. The simple approach to this piano album is both a strength and a weakness. Reply Sorry mate, I wrote in wrong page. Even though the track selection and the creativity that goes into the arrangements leave a bit to be desired, the piano music does convey the sentiments of Clannad well.
To close, though this album is far from being the be-all-end-all of anime piano music, the tracks are competently arranged and highlight some of the more memorable moments in Clannad and Tomoyo After.
A little more diversity would have gone a long way on this release. Albim album has certainly become rather difficult to find. These emotions really come to fruition once the piano enters the high registers. Nothing too virtuosic or impressive, but sometimes piano arrangements are done best with little to no change to the original melody. May I ask if you happen to know where I can buy this soundtrack, preferably along with the score book?
Sign up Forgot password? Playasia, Yesasia and CDJapan are the mainstream. To the Same Heights. The music used for this story arc is more somber and packs a tragic aura.