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* And then in the last episode they add the '''more''' tearjerking, acoustic version of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQdekhYmLtY Kirameki]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXyKP5WaXmE Orange]].

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* And then in the last episode they add the '''more''' tearjerking, [[TearJerker tearjerking]], acoustic version of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQdekhYmLtY Kirameki]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXyKP5WaXmE Orange]].


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7Hbxv2E_E Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDDAwKs6YBw Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdSpuTi9d8A Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, catchy, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7Hbxv2E_E Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDDAwKs6YBw Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdSpuTi9d8A Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS7Hbxv2E_E Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDDAwKs6YBw Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdSpuTi9d8A Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist. They certainly make this troper always get up and dance. Also they make him take of his home state of Michigan.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist. They certainly make this troper always get up and dance. Also they make him take of his home state of Michigan.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist. They certainly make this troper always get up and dance. Also they make him take of his home state of Michigan.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song)]], the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song)]], song), the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song)]], the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru Hikaru]] [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song)]], the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.


* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnXkhkEvNIM Hikaru Nara (1st op song)]], the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.

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* Sure, some might consider them just {{Ear Worm}}s, but many others consider the energetic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnXkhkEvNIM [[https://youtu.be/wm37xkws5lQ Hikaru Nara [[https://youtu.be/SnXkhkEvNIM Nara]] (1st op song)]], the cheerful [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/Coalamode---Nanairo-Symphony/f96932e4221b1bd0b20f7086e8a0da45 Nanairo Symphony (2nd op song)]], the heartwarming [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/wacci---Kirameki/7319dee4a34589f6b194114f790f7535 Kirameki (1st ed song)]], and the tearjerking [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/7%2521%2521---Orange/d82af846f7274555794bda77687b0039 Orange (2nd ed song)]] worthy of their playlist.


* Despite being a background piece, [[https://youtu.be/sZsVeZYgIiE "Yuujin A kun wo Watashi no Bansousha Ni Ninmeishimasu",]] the theme which plays before the performers' big performance builds up the pressure of the atmosphere with the piano, while giving a sense of excitement of looking forward to the grand moment of performance with the strings. It captures the mood of the restlessness of a performer preparing to be onstage and the wonder of having their song be conveyed to the audience perfectly and flawlessly.

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* Despite being a background piece, [[https://youtu.be/sZsVeZYgIiE "Yuujin A kun wo Watashi no Bansousha Ni Ninmeishimasu",]] [[note]]I Appoint Friend A as My Accompanist[[/note]] the theme which plays before the performers' big performance builds up the pressure of the atmosphere with the piano, while giving a sense of excitement of looking forward to the grand moment of performance with the strings. It captures the mood of the restlessness of a performer preparing to be onstage and the wonder of having their song be conveyed to the audience perfectly and flawlessly.


* Episode 1. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCr6Xaw1IRE Kousei's performance on flashback when he just lost his mother]] [[note]]Piano Sonata No.14 in C-sharp minor, ''Moonlight'', third Movement (Ludwig van Beethoven)[[/note]].

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* Episode 1. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCr6Xaw1IRE com/watch?v=xGJmbEXnfnI Kousei's performance on flashback when he just lost his mother]] [[note]]Piano Sonata No.14 in C-sharp minor, ''Moonlight'', third Movement (Ludwig van Beethoven)[[/note]].



* Episode 4. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqCCyF28znQ Kousei & Kaori's "brawl" performance.]] [[note]]Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op.28 (Camille Saint-Saëns)[[/note]]

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* Episode 4. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqCCyF28znQ com/watch?v=oWYmmhl9zGQ Kousei & Kaori's "brawl" performance.]] [[note]]Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op.28 (Camille Saint-Saëns)[[/note]]



* Episode 10. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rfIntrV3es Kousei's comeback performance.]] [[note]]Étude in E minor, Op.25 No.5, "Wrong Note" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]]
* Episode 13. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqXs_3oB8X8 Kousei performance when he's finally able to cope with the loss of his mother.]] [[note]]''Liebesleid - Love's Sorrow'' (Fritz Kreisler)[[/note]]
* Episode 18. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7HvsNTYBqA Kousei and Nagi's four-hands duet performance.]] [[note]]''The Sleeping Beauty'' waltz, piano duet version (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)[[/note]]
* Episode 19. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqCxPE-p5g0 Takeshi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in C minor, Op.10 No.12, "Revolutionary" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]].
* Episode 21. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk Kousei's starting performance]] [[note]]Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op. 23 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], which continues its entire performance in Episode 22, Kousei's and [[spoiler:imaginary/spirit]] Kaori's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk final performance]].

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* Episode 10. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rfIntrV3es com/watch?v=zQT6rrN9c38 Kousei's comeback performance.]] [[note]]Étude in E minor, Op.25 No.5, "Wrong Note" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]]
* Episode 13. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqXs_3oB8X8 com/watch?v=bmFOuT2_9Is Kousei performance when he's finally able to cope with the loss of his mother.]] [[note]]''Liebesleid - Love's Sorrow'' (Fritz Kreisler)[[/note]]
* Episode 18. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7HvsNTYBqA com/watch?v=HrF0OTSz-9E Kousei and Nagi's four-hands duet performance.]] [[note]]''The Sleeping Beauty'' waltz, piano duet version (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)[[/note]]
* Episode 19. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqCxPE-p5g0 com/watch?v=kwXeCHMPWZk Takeshi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in C minor, Op.10 No.12, "Revolutionary" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]].
* Episode 21. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk com/watch?v=MSfPIcQBvpc Kousei's starting performance]] [[note]]Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op. 23 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], which continues its entire performance in Episode 22, Kousei's and [[spoiler:imaginary/spirit]] Kaori's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk final performance]].


* Episode 8. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aBgXOpklNM Takeshi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in C-sharp minor, Op.10 No.4 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr0z_3OOxDM Emi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in A minor, Op 25 No.11, "Le vent d'hiver - Winter Wind" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]].

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* Episode 8. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aBgXOpklNM com/watch?v=TRAmjy1amqc Takeshi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in C-sharp minor, Op.10 No.4 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr0z_3OOxDM com/watch?v=lIdqPKy1jHg Emi's performance]] [[note]]Étude in A minor, Op 25 No.11, "Le vent d'hiver - Winter Wind" (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]].


* Episode 18. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZVqAO1HA3Y Kousei and Nagi's four-hands duet performance.]] [[note]]''The Sleeping Beauty'' waltz, piano duet version (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)[[/note]]

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* Episode 18. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZVqAO1HA3Y com/watch?v=-7HvsNTYBqA Kousei and Nagi's four-hands duet performance.]] [[note]]''The Sleeping Beauty'' waltz, piano duet version (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)[[/note]]


* Episode 2. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-ZrxnkW67M Kaori's wild performance.]] [[note]]Violin Sonata No.9 in A major, Op.47, ''Kreutzer'', first movement (Ludwig van Beethoven)[[/note]]

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* Episode 2. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-ZrxnkW67M com/watch?v=okWr-tzwOEg Kaori's wild performance.]] [[note]]Violin Sonata No.9 in A major, Op.47, ''Kreutzer'', first movement (Ludwig van Beethoven)[[/note]]


* Episode 21. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enaLYT4mT4k Kousei's starting performance]] [[note]]Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op. 23 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], which continues its entire performance in Episode 22, Kousei's and [[spoiler:imaginary]] Kaori's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypZbBIvVqJU final performance]].

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* Episode 21. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enaLYT4mT4k com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk Kousei's starting performance]] [[note]]Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op. 23 (Frédéric Chopin)[[/note]], which continues its entire performance in Episode 22, Kousei's and [[spoiler:imaginary]] [[spoiler:imaginary/spirit]] Kaori's [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypZbBIvVqJU com/watch?v=bahdBTYEXLk final performance]].


* Despite being a background piece, the [[https://youtu.be/sZsVeZYgIiE theme]] which plays before the performers' big performance builds up the pressure of the atmosphere with the piano, while giving a sense of excitement of looking forward to the grand moment of performance with the strings It captures the mood of the restlessness of a performer preparing to be onstage and the wonder of having their song be conveyed to the audience perfectly and flawlessly. [[note]] (Named: "Yuujin A kun wo Watashi no Bansousha Ni Ninmeishimasu" in case the link is blocked in the future.) [[/note]]

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* Despite being a background piece, the [[https://youtu.be/sZsVeZYgIiE theme]] "Yuujin A kun wo Watashi no Bansousha Ni Ninmeishimasu",]] the theme which plays before the performers' big performance builds up the pressure of the atmosphere with the piano, while giving a sense of excitement of looking forward to the grand moment of performance with the strings strings. It captures the mood of the restlessness of a performer preparing to be onstage and the wonder of having their song be conveyed to the audience perfectly and flawlessly. [[note]] (Named: "Yuujin A kun wo Watashi no Bansousha Ni Ninmeishimasu" in case the link is blocked in the future.) [[/note]]flawlessly.

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