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| Romaji = Shingeki no Kyojin Orijinarusaundotorakku II
 
| Romaji = Shingeki no Kyojin Orijinarusaundotorakku II
 
| Image = Original Soundtrack II Cover.png
 
| Image = Original Soundtrack II Cover.png
| Composer = [[Hiroyuki Sawano]]
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| Composer = {{w|Hiroyuki Sawano}}
 
| Release date = October 16, 2013
 
| Release date = October 16, 2013
 
| Total length = 47:51
 
| Total length = 47:51
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| Next album = [[YAMANAIAME (Album)]]
 
| Next album = [[YAMANAIAME (Album)]]
 
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{{nihongo|'''"Attack on Titan" Original Soundtrack II'''|進撃の巨人 オリジナルサウンドトラック II|Shingeki no Kyojin Orijinarusaundotorakku II}} is the second soundtrack album containing music from the anime adaptation of ''[[Attack on Titan (Anime)|Attack on Titan]]''. It is composed by [[Hiroyuki Sawano]].
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{{nihongo|'''"Attack on Titan" Original Soundtrack II'''|進撃の巨人 オリジナルサウンドトラック II|Shingeki no Kyojin Orijinarusaundotorakku II}} is the second soundtrack album containing music from the anime adaptation of ''[[Attack on Titan (Anime)|Attack on Titan]]''. It is composed by {{w|Hiroyuki Sawano}}.
   
 
== Track listing ==
 
== Track listing ==
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==== '''Naming Terminology'''<ref>http://imslp.org/wiki/IMSLP:Abbreviations_for_Instruments</ref><ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_musical_terminology</ref> ====
 
==== '''Naming Terminology'''<ref>http://imslp.org/wiki/IMSLP:Abbreviations_for_Instruments</ref><ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_musical_terminology</ref> ====
[[Hiroyuki Sawano]] uses his own version of abbreviations for instruments, which closely resembles the Italian instrument abbreviations standard.
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{{w|Hiroyuki Sawano}} uses his own version of abbreviations for instruments, which closely resembles the Italian instrument abbreviations standard.
 
* st - String Instruments
 
* st - String Instruments
 
* hrn - Horns
 
* hrn - Horns
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* medley - A piece composed from parts of existing pieces, usually three, played one after another, sometimes overlapping.
 
* medley - A piece composed from parts of existing pieces, usually three, played one after another, sometimes overlapping.
 
* adlib - Improvised or unrehearsed (Written ad lib)
 
* adlib - Improvised or unrehearsed (Written ad lib)
* st (2nd meaning) - Stringendo: Gradually getting faster (literally, tightening,
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* st (2nd meaning) - Stringendo: Gradually getting faster (literally, tightening, narrowing) (i.e. with a pressing forward or acceleration of the tempo, that is, becoming stretto)
narrowing) (i.e. with a pressing forward or acceleration of the tempo, that is, becoming stretto)
 
 
 
==== '''Liner Notes'''<ref>https://vgmdb.net/album/40757</ref> ====
 
==== '''Liner Notes'''<ref>https://vgmdb.net/album/40757</ref> ====
* All Music Composed & Produced by [[Hiroyuki Sawano]]
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* All Music Composed & Produced by {{w|Hiroyuki Sawano}}
 
* Co-produced, directed by Yasushi Horiguchi (Legendoor)
 
* Co-produced, directed by Yasushi Horiguchi (Legendoor)
 
* Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Mitsunori Aizawa
 
* Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Mitsunori Aizawa
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* Kotani, Takanori Takahashi
 
* Kotani, Takanori Takahashi
 
* Additional Orchestra: [nZk] Philharmonic Orchestra
 
* Additional Orchestra: [nZk] Philharmonic Orchestra
* Piano, Keyboard & All Instruments: [[Hiroyuki Sawano]]
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* Piano, Keyboard & All Instruments: {{w|Hiroyuki Sawano}}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 06:38, October 2, 2019

"Attack on Titan" Original Soundtrack II (進撃の巨人 オリジナルサウンドトラック II Shingeki no Kyojin Orijinarusaundotorakku II?) is the second soundtrack album containing music from the anime adaptation of Attack on Titan. It is composed by Hiroyuki Sawano.

Track listing Edit

  1. 進撃st-hrn-egt20130629巨人
  2. 進撃pf20130218巨人
  3. 進撃gt20130218巨人
  4. 進撃st-hrn-gt-pf20130629巨人
  5. 進撃vc-pf20130218巨人
  6. 進撃vn-pf20130524巨人
  7. 進撃pf-adlib-b20130218巨人
  8. 進撃st20130629巨人
  9. 進撃pf-adlib-c20130218巨人
  10. 進撃st-hrn-gt20130629巨人
  11. 進撃pf-medley20130629巨人

Naming Terminology[1][2] Edit

Hiroyuki Sawano uses his own version of abbreviations for instruments, which closely resembles the Italian instrument abbreviations standard.

  • st - String Instruments
  • hrn - Horns
  • pf - Piano/Pianoforte (Italian)
  • gt - Guitar
  • egt - Electric Guitar
  • vn - Violin
  • vc - Cello/Violoncello (Italian)
  • vc (2nd Meaning) - Vocal Score: A arrangement using the notes of a vocal on a instrument (vocal parts of an opera, cantata, or similar)
  • f - Pianissimo: to perform on a piano very softly and gently. Written like (p or f) [p or f being soft] [ppp or fff being the softest.]
  • medley - A piece composed from parts of existing pieces, usually three, played one after another, sometimes overlapping.
  • adlib - Improvised or unrehearsed (Written ad lib)
  • st (2nd meaning) - Stringendo: Gradually getting faster (literally, tightening, narrowing) (i.e. with a pressing forward or acceleration of the tempo, that is, becoming stretto)

Liner Notes[3] Edit

  • All Music Composed & Produced by Hiroyuki Sawano
  • Co-produced, directed by Yasushi Horiguchi (Legendoor)
  • Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Mitsunori Aizawa
  • Mastering Engineer: Yuta Tada
  • Recorded at Studio Sound Valley, Bunkamura Studio, Studio Green Bird, ONKIO HAUS
  • Mixed at Studio Sound Valley
  • Mastered at PONY CANYON
  • Score Copy: Shoji Kobayashi

Musicians Edit

  • Guitars: Hiroshi Iimuro, Tetsuro Toyama
  • Strings section: Daisensei Muroya Strings
  • Another Violin: Daisensei Muroya
  • Horn: Otohiko Fujita, Yasushi Katsumata, Marie Fujita, Yu Sakuma, Shinichi
  • Kotani, Takanori Takahashi
  • Additional Orchestra: [nZk] Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Piano, Keyboard & All Instruments: Hiroyuki Sawano


References Edit

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