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Doux Crépuscule

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date Nov 29, 2014
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price Name Your Price
Media Format Digital
Classification Arrangement
Published by Chernabogue (distributed by Bandcamp / / )
Composed by Sotaro Tojima / , Michiru Yamane / , Koji Kondo / , Yoko Shimomura / , Keiichi Suzuki / , Hirokazu Tanaka /
Arranged by Chernabogue

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Warm Sunset 3:09
02 Ice Dance 2:46
03 Proof of Love 3:50
04 Beyond the Horizon 2:39
05 Together at the End of the Day 3:08
Disc length 15:32

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Products represented
Kingdom Hearts II, Earthbound, Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Castlevania: Bloodlines
Platforms represented
Sony PlayStation 2

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Notes

1. Arrangement of "Lazy Afternoons" (Kingdom Hearts II)
2. Arrangement of "Snowman" (Earthbound)
3. Arrangement of "proof of blood" (Circle of the Moon)
4. Arrangement of "Dragon Roost Island" (The Wind Waker)
5. Arrangement of "Requiem for the Nameless Victims" (Bloodlines)


Release notes: Doux Crépuscule is an EP I created for Alizée, my girlfriend, who wanted me to do some music for her. On Nov. 29, 2014 (release date of the album), we're celebrating our 3 years together. Still the beginning of a great adventure.

After 2 weeks of fast work, 5 new romantic ballades were arranged for her in a minimalistic genre I really like. I also wanted to share it with you all, so enjoy it. Best way to listen to the album is during a romantic dinner with your sweetheart, or near a swimming pool around sunset.

Original composition: Satoro Tojima, Michiru Yamane, Koji Kondo, Yoko Shimomura, Keiichi Suzuki & Hirokazu Tanaka
All arrangements, Art & Production: Chernabogue (Alexandre Mourey)