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Examples of "kalafina"
This is the discography of Japanese female group Kalafina.
After Eden is the third studio album by the Japanese girl group Kalafina.
The opening theme for the first two films is by ClariS, which was released on October 10, 2012. The ending theme for the first film is "Magia (quattro)" by Kalafina, and the second film's ending theme is by Kalafina, which was released on October 24, 2012. For the third film, the opening theme is by ClariS, which was released on October 30, 2013, and the ending theme is by Kalafina, which was released on November 6, 2013.
Re/oblivious is a remix mini-album by Kalafina, featuring the two original members Wakana and Keiko.
The 2014 series Aldnoah.Zero's opening theme "Heavenly Blue" was composed by Kajiura and was performed by Kalafina.
Invited singers include Ichirou Mizuki, Flow, Lisa, and Sea*a on Day 2 of AFA. May'n, Angela, Kalafina, Kanako Itō and Milky Holmes on Day 3.
For the second season, the opening theme is "Tsubasa" (Wings), performed again by Eir Aoi, and for the ending theme is "Blaze", performed again by Kalafina
Red Moon is the second studio album by the Japanese girl group Kalafina released on 17 March 2010 under Sony Music Japan label.
Consolation is the fourth studio album by the Japanese girl group Kalafina released on 20 March 2013 under Sony Music Japan label.
Invited singers for the Anisong concert in Malaysia include Kalafina, Maon Kurosaki, and Aimi on Day 1, and Flow, Kotoko, and Sea*a on Day 2.
Far on the water is the fifth studio album by the Japanese music group Kalafina on 16 September 2015 under Sony Music Japan label.
Magia is the 9th single of Japanese girl group Kalafina. The title track is the ending theme to the anime series "Puella Magi Madoka Magica". As of 2011, Magia is the best-selling single of Kalafina. A second iteration, "Magia (quattro)", was used as the ending theme for the film adaptation, "", and was included on the single release of "Hikari Furu" on October 26, 2012.
Oblivious is the first single by the Japanese girl group Kalafina, with the two original members Wakana Ootaki and Keiko Kubota. All three tracks are used as theme songs in the first three "Kara no Kyoukai" movies.
Each of the theme songs to the series are performed by Kalafina, a project formed by Yuki Kajiura. Outside of the ones for "Future Gospel", they were found on their album "Seventh Heaven".
Kalafina (カラフィナ) is a Japanese vocal group formed by the composer Yuki Kajiura in 2007, mainly to perform theme songs for the anime "Kara no Kyōkai". The group first appeared in January 2008 with two original members from Yuki Kajiura's FictionJunction project, Wakana Ōtaki and Keiko Kubota, whose membership was not confirmed until the first Dream Port 2008 concert held on April 29, 2008. In May 2008, it was announced that two more vocalists, Maya and Hikaru, would be added to the project. Kalafina moved to the Sacra Music record label under Sony Music Entertainment Japan in April 2017.
The first opening theme is "Ideal White" by Mashiro Ayano and the first ending theme is "Believe" by Kalafina. A cover version of "This Illusion" from the original visual novel was used as the ending theme for episode 12, performed by LiSA. The second opening theme is "Brave Shine" by Aimer and the second ending theme is "Ring Your Bell" by Kalafina. A remix of "Ring Your Bell", titled "Ring Your Bell (in the silence)", was used as the ending theme for episode 15. The song "Last Stardust", performed by Aimer, was used as an insert song for episode 20.
fairytale is the 3rd single by Japanese girl group Kalafina, featuring Wakana Ootaki, Keiko Kubota and Hikaru. The title track was used as the theme song for the sixth chapter of Kara no Kyoukai while "serenato" has no tie-in to Kara no Kyoukai whatsoever.
THE BEST “Red” is the first best album released by Japanese girl group Kalafina. It was released at the same time as THE BEST "Blue". It was released in a limited CD+Blu-ray edition and a regular CD Only edition.
THE BEST “Blue” is the first best album released by Japanese girl group Kalafina. It was released at the same time as another Kalafina's compilation album THE BEST "Red". It was released in a limited CD+Blu-ray edition and a regular CD Only edition.
Seventh Heaven is the first studio album by the Japanese girl group Kalafina, released on 26 May 2009 under Sony Music Japan label. The album was named after the theme song they performed for the seventh chapter of the Anime movie "Kara no Kyoukai".