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SCORE楽譜「 Into the Sky」full GUNDAM UC RE:0096 Sawano Hiroyuki [nZk] ガンダムUC op主題歌 澤野弘之 piano solo

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原曲のように終始一貫してフォルテで弾くとピアノの場合飽きるかな?と思ったので、途中静かな部分にして、こんなInto the Sky も良いな~♡と思っていたアレンジを入れました。

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LUNA SEA「BEYOND THE TIME ~メビウスの宇宙を超えて~」『機動戦士ガンダム GUNDAM THE ORIGIN 前夜 赤い彗星』OP 主題歌 NHK

Aimer「春はゆく」Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel]III.spring song piano solo 

戦闘BGM ハイキュー!!Haikyu!! OST 「Battle of Concept」「コンセプトの戦い」&名言集 サントラ 林ゆうき

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~澤野氏ヴォーカルプロジェクト歴代シングルSingle collection↓ Sawano Hiroyuki [nZk]

4th「 Into the Sky」

5th 楽譜ありSCORE「gravity wall」Re:CREATORS OP (Extended TVsize) Tielle

6th 「Binary Star」Uru TV ver.銀英伝Die Neue These OP

7th「narrative」 LiSA GUNDAM NT

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~Album collection↓ [nZk] 澤野弘之氏ヴォーカルプロジェクト歴代アルバム

1st 「01」より Aimer 「s-AVE」

2nd「2V-ALK」よりTielle「Amazing Trees」

3rd 「Rヨ/MEMBER」より Aimer「i-mage」

Aimerさんとの企画アルバム「「Un Child」より「Next 2 U」 

プロメア「Inferno」メインテーマ OST PROMARE   Sawano Hiroyuki

GUNDAM NT Insert song「Cage」ガンダムナラティブ挿入歌 お台場実物大ユニコーン立像テーマソング

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