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Old Nov 27, 2012, 02:28 PM
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Default KICA-3202~3: Music from "EVANGELION: 3.0" YOU CAN (NOT) REDO.

After blind buy I was listening today clips from score and WOW!
There is really impresive using of brass section in first 5 tracks probably thanks to Mr. Amano orchestration skills.

P.S. There is even used organ in track No.13. Give me more of this fantastic instrument in scores!

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After blind buy I was listening today clips from score and WOW!
There is really impresive using of brass section in first 5 tracks probably thanks to Mr. Amano orchestration skills.
Probably. Sagisu never really had any skill at orchestration, although 2.0 was better than his usual. I'm going to wait until I see the movie before I buy the score, personally.
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Old Apr 19, 2013, 12:21 PM
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There is track on second disc starting 1:05 after ending of track 15 at 6:30.
It is solo piano track - lenght 2:46.
I am just curious if could it be considered as bonus track and should this be mentioned in notes?
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Well actually tracks 6, 10, 11, 13 and 15 from disc 2 are all listed as bonus tracks.
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Well actually tracks 6, 10, 11, 13 and 15 from disc 2 are all listed as bonus tracks.
Hm...so it is bonus in bonus, nice
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I was using this entry to tag some rips, and I think some things are not clear, but I do not have access to my CD at this time to confirm all the details. Here are some points which could do with clarification, although the liner notes themselves may be at fault for the omissions:

I am presuming Beethoven 9 was performed by Warsaw National Philharmonic orchestra. I wonder who the conductor was?

2-13 uses a boys choir, but no credit is given.

2-15 vocal performer is uncredited.

It is not possible to tell which pianists played for which tracks.

Any thoughts?
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For maniacs like me, and if you use MusicBee's Multiple Artist Splitter for performers like i do, here are the accurately formated performers list:
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Shiro SAGISU: Arranger
Shiro SAGISU: Producer
Shiro SAGISU: Additional Piano
Shiro SAGISU: Synthesizers
Shiro SAGISU: Rhythm Programming

Masamichi Amano: Arranger
CHOKKAKU: Arranger
Teho: Arranger
Miho Hazama: Arranger

The London Studio Orchestra: Orchestra

Perry Montague-Mason: Violin (1st Principal)
Emlyn Singleton: Violin (2nd Principal)
Peter Lale: Viola (Principal)
Vicci Wardman: Viola (Principal)
Anthony Pleeth: Cello (Principal)
Chris Laurence: Contrabass (Principal)
Jonathan Snowden: Flute
Anna Noakes: Flute
Eliza Marshall: Flute
David Theodore: Oboe
Jane Marshall: Oboe
Chris Cowie: Oboe
Jon Carnac: Clarinet
Anthony Pike: Clarinet
Dave Fuest: Clarinet
Richard Skinner: Bassoon
Gavin McNaughton: Bassoon
Stephen Maw: Bassoon
Richard Watkins: Horn
Michael Thompson: Horn
Philip Eastop: Horn
Nicholas Korth: Horn
Nigel Black: Horn
Richard Berry: Horn
Andy Crowley: Trumpet
John Barclay: Trumpet
Paul Mayes: Trumpet
Tom Rees-Roberts: Trumpet
Derek Watkins: Trumpet
Maurice Murphy: Trumpet
Andy Wood: Trombone
Mark Nightingale: Trombone
Richard Edwards: Trombone
Dave Stewart: Bass Trombone
David Vines: Bass Trombone
Owen Slade: Tuba
Nick Hitchens: Tuba
Lee Tsarmaklis: Tuba
Skaila Kanga: Harp
Stephen Henderson: Timpani
Frank Ricotti: Percussion
Gary Kettel: Percussion
Glyn Matthews: Percussion
Bill Lockhart: Percussion


Catherine Bott: Soprano
Deborah Miles-Johnson: Alto
Andrew Busher: Tenor
Michael George: Bass

Junko Miyagi: Piano
Makoto Kuriya: Piano
Rumiko Kita: Piano
Miho Hazama: Piano

Yasuharu Nakanishi: Additional Piano 
Shinya Kiyozuka: Additional Piano

Warsaw National Philharmonic orchestra: Additional orchestra

CHOKKAKU: Synthesizers
CHOKKAKU: Rhythm Programming

CHOKKAKU: Guitar
CHOKKAKU: Bass
Makoto Matsushita: Guitar
Makoto Matsushita: Bass

Tsuyoshi Kon: Additional Guitar
Kenji Kitajima: Additional Guitar

Eric Miyashiro: Additional Horn Section
Eijiro Nakagawa: Additional Horn Section
Yoshiyuki Uema: Additional Horn Section
Shinpei Tsugita: Additional Horn Section
Koji Nishimura: Additional Horn Section
Daisuke Kadowaki: Additional Violin 
NAOTO: Additional Violin
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For maniacs like me, and if you use MusicBee's Multiple Artist Splitter for performers like i do, here are the accurately formated performers list:
This is great list of performers, but it didn´t clarify any of Paul Coddington´s question.
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This is great list of performers, but it didn´t clarify any of Paul Coddington´s question.
I'm aware, but i don't necessarily know the answers
I just figured that posting there might be the best way to share this in case
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