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The "Da Capo III" visual novel has nine pieces of theme music: four opening themes, two ending themes, and three insert songs. The four opening themes are: by
, by No Life Negotiator, "Shiny Steps!!" by Suzuko Mimori, and "True Magic..." by Yurica/Hana-tan. The two ending themes are: by Hiromi Satō, and "All is Love for you" by CooRie. The insert songs are: Kyoro The World, by CooRie, and by
The opening theme for the series is "Reason why XXX" by Sayaka Sasaki, while the ending theme is by
. The songs were released as CD singles on July 25, 2012 and August 8, 2012 under the Lantis label.
The anime's opening theme song is "Super Affection" (すーぱー☆あふぇくしょん) by Minami Kuribayashi, Miyuki Hashimoto, Faylan, Aki Misato,
* and Rino and the ending theme song is "Fellows" by Masaaki Endoh.
* has often worked alongside Rino of CooRie, who also sings for the "Da Capo" series. They have performed together under the name "yozurino*", and have been hosting the internet radio show "Web Kissa yozurino*" since 2004.
* (born March 21 in Kumamoto) is a Japanese female singer. She performs songs mainly for games and anime and is known especially for her vocal contributions to the "Da Capo" series. Her debut was in 2002 with the song "Da Capo: dai-2 botan no chikai", used as the theme song for the adult PC game "".
Like "School Days", the original soundtrack of "Summer Days" was reproduced for distribution on June 23, 2006 by Lantis. The album contains all the game's background music, all of which was composed KIRIKO/HIKO Sound, and theme songs performed by YURIA,
*, Minami Kuribayashi and Kanako Itō, totaling 31 tracks.
The opening theme for the anime is by Emi Nitta, Ui Miyazaki, Mikoi Sasaki, Chiyo Ousaki, and Erika Kaiho. The main ending theme is by CooRie. Other ending themes include by
for episodes 1 and 10, and "Reflection" by Emi Nitta for episode 6.
Besides the video releases of the "School Days" anime, a concert film, the "School Days Secret Live DVD", was also produced by HOBiRECORDS. Released on June 26, 2006 in conjunction with "Summer Days", the film contains footage of a concert held on June 15, 2005 featuring the performances of Miyuki Hashimoto, YURIA, rino,
* and Minami Kuribayashi.
For the anime's first season, the opening theme of season one is sung by
*, and the ending theme is by CooRie. Both singles were released on October 24, 2007 by Lantis. The song sung by Minori Chihara was used as the ending theme for the thirteenth episode of season one, and the single containing the song was released by Lantis on January 23, 2008. A best of album containing songs from the games and the anime seasons of "Da Capo" titled was released by Lantis on November 21, 2007. A vocal album containing songs sung by
* and CooRie titled "Dolce3" was released by Lantis on July 9, 2008. Six image song singles were released for the six main heroines featured in "Da Capo II". The first two for Koko and Minatsu were released on December 26, 2007. The next two singles for Nanaka and Anzu were released on February 27, 2008. The final two singles for Yume and Otome were released on April 9, 2008 by Lantis. For the second season, the opening theme is sung by
*, and the ending theme is sung by CooRie. Both singles were released on April 23, 2008 by Lantis.
An anime adaptation of the manga was directed by Ei Aoki and produced by Anime International Company's AIC Spirits division. It aired on Fuji Television on July 6, 2004 and ran until September 28, 2004, spanning 11 episodes. A second season, consisting of 13 episodes was later broadcast on WOWOW from January 27 to April 21, 2005. Four pieces of theme music were used in the series. The first opening theme, titled "Going My Way", was performed by
* also sang the second opening theme, titled "Ever After". "Koko ni Iru kara", the ending theme, was performed by Miyuki Hashimoto, who also sang the second ending theme "And Then...". In Japan, the series was released across 13 Region 2 DVD compilation volumes. Geneon Entertainment also licensed the series for an English-language dubbed release in North America. Madman Entertainment also licensed the series for release in Australian and New Zealand.
"Da Capo III" is the 52nd title developed by the visual novel developer Circus. The game's production was headed by Tororo, president of Circus. The scenario was written by two people: Kōta Takeuchi and Chihare Ameno, who is also the game's director. Character design and art direction for the game was split between two artists: Natsuki Tanihara and Yuki Takano. Music in the game is performed by four artists: CooRie,
, Aimi Terakawa and Suzuko Mimori.
The second anime series had three pieces of theme music, one opening theme and two ending themes. The opening theme is by
*, though the first episode's version does not use vocals. The first ending theme is by CooRie and was used in episodes one through 23, and in the final episode. The second ending theme is by CooRie which was used in episodes 24 and 25.
The first anime series had four pieces of theme music, one opening theme and three ending themes. The opening theme is sung by
*, although was used as the ending theme for the first, and last episodes. The first ending theme is by CooRie which was used in episodes two through seven, nine through 14, and 16 through 20. The second ending theme is by Haruko Momoi which was used in episodes eight and 15. The third ending theme is by CooRie and was used in episodes 21 through 25, though was also used as the opening theme for the final episode.
As was the case for "School Days" and "Summer Days", the original soundtrack of "Cross Days" was reproduced for distribution alongside the game, initially scheduled for February 27, 2009. As this was the first of the later six postponements, however, the album was republished and deferred to June 26. Following the second delay, the soundtrack was held indefinitely until 0verflow announced on April 16, 2010 that it would be released April 21. The album contains all of the game's background music, all of which was composed by HIKO of KIRIKO/HIKO Sound, and theme songs performed by
*, iyuna, Ceui, Kotaro Odaka and Riryka, totaling 25 tracks.
From 2005 to 2010, Lantis published six albums of "School Days" music. The "School Days Vocal Album", a compilation featuring all nine of the game's closing themes, as performed by artists
*, Miyuki Hashimoto, YURIA, Halko Momoi, Minami Kuribayashi, rino, and Kanako Ito was the first to be distributed, sharing its April 28, 2005 date with the release of the game itself. The remaining twenty-eight background scores, composed by KIRIKO/HIKO Sound, were released on July 21, officially completing the game's soundtrack. Another compilation, the "School Days Vocal Complete Album" featuring songs from "Summer Days" and "Cross Days", was released on October 8, 2010.
Promotion for the game began shortly after. In a November 6 development post, 0verflow announced that it was planning a public screening of new game material, but was experiencing difficulty acquiring space for it. The company had initially chosen to have the venue in Akihabara but was unable to find a retailer willing to host it, prompting a visit to Osaka the following week. News that the game would contain music by artists such as Minami Kuribayashi, Haruko Momoi,
* and YURIA was posted on November 30, along with a release date change to February 25, 2005.
A CD single containing the main opening and ending themes of "Da Capo II" was released on June 7, 2006 by Lantis. The main opening theme, , was sung by
*, and the main ending theme, "Spring has come", was sung by Rino. There were two other opening themes: "Beautiful flower" was sung by Aki Misato, which was also used as an insert song, and "Especially" was sung by Miyuki Hashimoto. Additionally, there were four other ending themes. was sung by
*, which was also used as another insert song, was used as the ending theme for Nanaka's route. "Little Distance" was sung by Seiko Modaka was used as the ending theme for both Anzu's and Koko's route. The third ending theme, "If...I wish", was sung by Aki Misato and was used as the ending theme for Otome's and Yume's routes. The last ending theme, , was sung by twenty of the cast from the game and was used as the ending theme for Minatsu's route. The final theme song used in the game was "Time will shine" sung by Alchemy+, and was used as an insert song.
Two pieces of theme music were used in the visual novel. Noriyatsu Agematsu, who has previously also provided composition for "Galaxy Angel", wrote the opening and ending themes, "Tears in Snow", sung by Hiromi Satō, and , sung by
*. Tororo, who had previously provided composition and lyrics for the "Da Capo" series, written the lyrics for the songs. Two singles were released containing the two theme songs. The first, a maxi single titled "Tears in Snow", was released on December 23, 2005, containing both the opening theme, and the opening theme used in the first radio show, titled "Melody". The second single, titled "Kimi to Ashita e", was released on April 26, 2006, containing the ending theme and remixed versions of the song.
The original visual novel and the ports to the PlayStation and Dreamcast each have two pieces of theme music, one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is "Fragment: The Heat Haze of Summer" sung by Kamin in the original PC version, and by
* in the two ports. A maxi single containing the opening theme sung by Kamin was released by Circus on July 15, 2001. The ending theme is "Fragment: Thought to Wish to the Starlit Sky" sung by Miwa Kōzuki in the PC version, and by Rino for the ports. Both songs were written and composed by Tororo. The "Water Summer Original Soundtrack", the soundtrack for the PlayStation and Dreamcast versions, was released by Circus on August 11, 2001. A remix album entitled was released by First Smile Entertainment on December 19, 2001. The "Suika Original Soundtrack" for the original visual novel was released by PetaBits Records on October 26, 2007.
The original visual novel of "Da Capo" has four pieces of theme music, one opening theme, two ending themes, and one insert song. The opening theme is which is written and composed by Tororo and sung by
*. The first ending theme is "Dream: The ally of" written by Tororo, composed by Naoyuki Nagata, and sung by Rino. The second ending theme is "Dream: The other side" written by Tororo, composed by Takayuki Azuma, and sung by Noriko Mitose. A single containing the opening and ending themes was released by Lantis on August 22, 2002. The insert song is "Small Cherry: promised bell" written by Tororo, composed by Angel Note, and sung by Mami Nakayama from Angel Note.
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