Symphony event features music from "Sonic the Hedgehog", "NiGHTS into dreams...", and more
Crunchyroll previously reported on the 14th Game Symphony Japan concert, which will take place on October 10, 2015 at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater. The concert features music exclusively from Sega video games, and now the entire line-up for the concert has been announced.
The concert will be divided into three segments.
The 1st segment will consist of music from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise:
- Sonic the Hedgehog - Title, Green Hill Zone
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Chemical Plant Zone
- Sonic & Knuckles - Title, Sky Sanctuary Zone
- Sonic Adventure - Emerald Coast Zone
- Sonice Adventure 2 - City Escape, Live & Learn (instrumental)
- Segagaga - Segagaga March
- Space Channel 5 - Mexican flyer, Ulala's Swinging Report Show, Spaceport: Introducing Ulala!
- Roomania #203 - Haroharonariyansu Marching Song
- Sakura Wars - Geki! Teikoku Kagekidan
- Phantasy Zone - OPA! OPA!
- Virtual Fighter 2 - Beginning, Akira, Lion, Kage
- Daytona USA - Let's Go Away
- Cyber Troopers Virtual-on Force - Conquista Ciela
- Feel the Magic: XY/XX - Feel the Magic: XY/XX (full version)
- The Rub Rabbits! - Heaven and Hell (full version)
- Burning Rangers - Burning Hearts ～ANGEL of Flame ～
The 3rd and final segment will feature music from NiGHTS into dreams...
- Fragmented Nights
- Gate of Your Dream
- Paternal Horn
- Gloom of The N.H.C.
- Suburban Museum
- The Amazing Water
- Take The Snow Train
- Under Construction
- The Dragon Gave a Loud Scream
- She Had Long Ears
- Deep It Lies
- E-LE-KI Sparkle
- The Mantle
- NiGHTS and Reala
- Growing Wings
- D'Force Master
- Peaceful Moment
- NiGHTS, Forever in Our Heart
- Sowing Seeds
- Dreams Dreams
- Fragmented Nights：Epilogue Ver.
In addition to the musical line-up, a number of guests were also announced, including Sonic producer Takashi Iizuka, Hi-sCool! Seha Girls Dreamcast voice actress M.A.O, and comedian Kagawano Mizuwari (the stage name of Satoshi Shimizu). There will also be a "live via satellite" performance by Ulala, the protagonist of Space Channel 5.
For more information, check out the official Game Symphony Japan home page here.
Official Game Symphony Japan home page
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