List of Aria soundtracks

Aqua and Aria is a utopian science fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Kozue Amano published between 2001 and 2008 by Enix then by Mag Garden.[1] Set in the early 24th century on a terraformed Mars, now called Aqua, it depicts the life of a young woman named Akari as a trainee gondolier tour guide, or undine. It was adapted by Hal Film Maker as a 54-episode anime television series broadcast between 2005 and 2008, comprising two seasons, an original video animation (OVA), and a third season, all directed by Jun'ichi Satō with music direction by Shigeharu Sasago and Takeshi Senoo.[2] A new OVA, called Aria the Avvenire, was released in the 10th anniversary Blu-Ray Box sets of the anime series between 24 December 2015 and 24 June 2016. The discography of the Aria television series consists of five studio albums, one compilation album, one tribute album, and nine maxi singles.

Aria discography
Studio albums5
Compilation albums2
Singles9
Tribute albums1

The core of the discography is the three original soundtrack albums, covering the three anime seasons, produced by Flying Dog/JVC Entertainment and released in 2005, 2006, and 2008, respectively. Most of the music on the soundtrack albums was composed, performed, and arranged by Takeshi Senoo and Choro Club,[citation needed] a Japanese choro band that previously created the music of the anime adaptation of Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō,[3] another futuristic slice of life story.[4] The other two studio albums containing piano versions of music from the soundtrack albums and theme sounds, released in 2006 and 2008, respectively. A vocal compilation album collecting the songs and lyric-less vocal themes from first two anime seasons was released in 2006.

Nine maxi singles were released, seven of them produced by Flying Dog/JVC Entertainment, covering the opening and endings themes of the three anime seasons and the OVA. The remaining two, produced by 5pb. Records, were the opening and ending theme songs of the two video game adaptations. One tribute album was released to mark the passing of Eri Kawai in 2008.

SoundtracksEdit

Several soundtrack albums were released for the anime television series Aria. Most of the releases charted in the Oricon charts, with the highest ranking album being Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection at 30th,[5] and the highest ranking single being "Euforia", the opening theme for Aria the Natural, at 18th.[6]


Aria the Animation singles and albumEdit

The opening and closing themes of the first anime season, Aria the Animation, were both released as singles on 21 October 2005 under the Victor Entertainment label,[7][8] and peak ranked 25th and 40th on the Oricon singles chart, respectively.[9][10] The opening theme single performed by Yui Makino included "Undine" and "Symphony" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics written by Eri Kawai and Rieko Itou, respectively.[7] The ending theme single performed by Round Table feat. Nino included "Rainbow" and "Just for You" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics written by Katsutoshi Kitagawa and Rieko Itou, respectively.[8]

The soundtrack for the first season, Aria the Animation Original Soundtrack, was released under Victor Entertainment label on 23 November 2005[11] and peak ranked 102nd on the Oricon albums chart.[12] Choro Club feat. Takeshi Senoo performed all the tracks except #2, #9, and #25, which were performed by Yui Makino, Eri Kawai, and Round Table, respectively.[11]

The two singles and the albums were re-released on 22 July 2009 by Victor Entertainment.[13][14][15]

Aria the Animation OST Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Gondola no Yume" (ゴンドラの夢)Jouji SawadaChoro Club1:45
2."Undine: forest mix" (ウンディーネ -forest mix- ; Lyrics by Eri Kawai)Mina KubotaMina Kubota1:40
3."Shourou no Patri: Neo Venezia" (鐘楼のバトリ 〜ネオ·ヴィネツィア〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo1:56
4."Aqua"Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:14
5."Natsu Tayori" (夏便り)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club1:25
6."Aqua Alta Hiyori" (アクアアルタ日和)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:12
7."Mangetsu no Dolche" (満月のドルチェ)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo4:07
8."Koi to wa Donna Mono?" (恋とはどんなもの?)Ou AkiokaChoro Club3:22
9."Baracarole" (バルカローレ ; Lyrics by Eri Kawai)Mina KubotaMina Kubota1:48
10."Mayoikonda Roji he to" (迷い込んだ路地へと)Jouji SawadaChoro Club1:57
11."Gensou Carnival" (幻想カーニバル)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:08
12."Shizuka ni Afureru Namida" (静かにあふれる涙)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:03
13."Todokanu Omoi" (届かぬ想い)Ou AkiokaChoro Club3:02
14."Gyakuakogi Queen" (逆漕ぎクイーン)Jouji SawadaChoro Club1:50
15."Aria"Shigeharu SasagoTakeshi Senoo2:47
16."Mizu no Kagami" (水の鏡)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club4:51
17."Adria no Umibe" (アドリアの海辺)Takeshi SenooChoro Club1:34
18."Hoshikage no Gondola" (星影のゴンドラ)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:47
19."Orange no Hibi" (オレンジの日々)Jouji SawadaChoro Club3:37
20."Tenki Ame" (天気雨)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:24
21."Santa Claus no Sora" (サンタクロウスの空)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:58
22."Kanki no Machi" (歓喜の街)Ou AkiokaChoro Club1:21
23."Aqua (reprise)"Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:34
24."Soshite Fune wa Iku" (そして舟は行く)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:42
25."Rainbow (acoustic ver.)" (Lyrics by Katsutoshi Kitagawa)Katsutoshi KitagawaRound Table & Yasushi Sakurai3:46
Total length:65:53

Aria the Natural singles and albumEdit

The opening and closing themes of the second anime season, Aria the Natural, were both released as singles on 26 April 2006 under the Victor Entertainment label,[16][17] and peak ranked 18th and 23rd on the Oricon singles chart, respectively.[6][18] The opening theme single performed by Yui Makino included "Euforia" and "Amefuri Hana" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics written by Eri Kawai and Yui Makino, respectively.[16] The ending theme single performed by Round Table feat. Nino included "Natsu Machi" and "Shiosai" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics written by Katsutoshi Kitagawa and Rieko Itou, respectively.[17]

The soundtrack for the second season, Aria the Natural Original Soundtrack: Due, was released under the Victor Entertainment label on 24 May 2006,[19] and peak ranked 48th on the Oricon albums chart.[20] Choro Club feat. Takeshi Senoo performed all of the tracks except #2, #13, and #24, which were performed by Yui Makino, Eri Kawai, and Round Table, respectively.[19] "Due" is Italian for "two."

The two singles and the albums were re-released on 22 July 2009 by Victor Entertainment.[21][22][23]

Aria the Natural Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Neo Venezia no Suisaiga" (ネオ·ヴェネツィアの水彩画)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club1:43
2."Euforia (TV Size)" (ユーフォリア -TVサイズ- ; Lyrics by Eri Kawai)Mina KubotaMina Kubota1:41
3."Natsu no Yousei" (夏の妖精)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:19
4."Unga wa Meguru" (運河はめぐる)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:27
5."Santa Claus no Sora he: Riverside Christmas Mix" (サンタクロウスの空 ~Riverside Christmas Mix~)Takeshi SenooChoro Club/Takeshi Senoo2:51
6."Nyuudougumo no Shita de" (入道雲の下で)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club4:13
7."Ajisai no Shoukei" (アジサイの小径)Takeshi Senoo/PAXQUETakeshi Senoo2:33
8."Hoshi Made Tsudzuku Omoi" (星まで続く想い)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:48
9."Kodomo no Jikan" (子供の時間)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:24
10."Okashi na Futari" (おかしなふたり)Ou AkiokaChoro Club1:41
11."Itsuka Kita Michi" (いつか来た道)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:54
12."Kakaribi no Nocturne" (篝火のノクターン)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:00
13."Coccolo (Organ Ver.)" (コッコロ -オルガンVer.- ; Lyrics by Eri Kawai)Mina KubotaMina Kubota2:17
14."Aria no Yuuutsu" (アリアの憂鬱)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:02
15."Haru Ichiban" (春一番)Ou AkiokaChoro Club1:10
16."Kettsy no Koushin" (ケットシーの行進)Ou AkiokaOu Akioka1:32
17."Samba de Aqua"Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:11
18."Tooi Kobune" (遠い小舟)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club3:04
19."Rakuyou" (落陽)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:28
20."Hana Hie" (花冷え)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:52
21."Toori Ame ga Yandara" (通り雨がやんだら)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:43
22."Second Season: Deai" (Second Season〜出会い〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo1:59
23."Yuunagi" (夕凪)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:53
24."Natsu Machi" (夏待ち -TVサイズ- ; Lyrics by Katsutoshi Kitagawa)Katsutoshi KitagawaRound Table/Yasushi Sakurai1:36
25."Aqua -Guide Solo-"Shigeharu SasagoShigeharu Sasago1:36
Total length:60:57

Aria Piano Collection: StagioneEdit

An album of piano music titled Aria Piano Collection: Stagione label was released on 2 August 2006 under the Victor Entertainment label,[24] and peak ranked 115th on the Oricon albums chart.[25] It had piano versions of music from the first two seasons of Aria, with a focus on different seasons of a year on Aqua, performed by Takeshi Senoo and Mina Kubota. Piano tracks are interspersed by "Stagione" tracks which are comments from the voice actors reprising their roles from the anime adaptation.[24] "Stagione" is Italian for "season".

The album was re-released on 22 July 2009 by Victor Entertainment.[26]

Aria Piano Collection: Stagione Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicPerformerLength
1."Stagione: Joshou" (スタジオーネ-序章-) Erino Hazuki as Akari Mizunashi0:25
2."Euforia" (ユーフォリア)Mina KubotaMina Kubota2:20
3."Stagione: Haru" (スタジオーネ-春-) Erino Hazuki as Akari Mizunashi0:50
4."Aqua"Shigeharu SasagoTakeshi Senoo2:23
5."Hanabie" (花冷え)Jouji SawadaTakeshi Senoo2:25
6."Natsu Machi" (夏待ち)Katsutoshi KitagawaMina Kubota2:22
7."Stagione: Natsu" (スタジオーネ-夏-) Ryō Hirohashi as Alice Carroll1:01
8."Tooi Kobune" (遠い小舟)Shigeharu SasagoTakeshi Senoo2:45
9."Smile Again"Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:49
10."Stagione: Aki" (スタジオーネ-秋-) Chiwa Saitō as Aika S. Granzchesta0:39
11."Koi to wa Donna Mono?" (恋とはどんなもの?)Ou AkiokaTakeshi Senoo2:32
12."Undine" (ウンディーネ)Mina KubotaMina Kubota2:03
13."Stagione: Fuyu" (スタジオーネ-冬-) Sayaka Ohara as Alicia Florence0:46
14."Shourou no Patori: Neo Venezia" (鐘楼のパトリ〜ネオ ヴェネチア〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:26
15."Santa Claus no Sora" (サンタクロウスの空)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:42
16."Soshite Fune wa Iku (Short Ver.)" (そして舟は行く-Short Ver.-)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:26
17."Stagione: Shuushou" (スタジオーネ-終章-) Erino Hazuki, Ryō Hirohashi, Chiwa Saitō and Sayaka Ohara as their respective roles0:27
18."Rainbow"Katsutoshi KitagawaMina Kubota3:05
Total length:36:03

Aria the Natural Vocal Song CollectionEdit

An album, compilation of vocal music titled Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection was released on 6 September 2006 under the Victor Entertainment label,[27] and peak ranked 30th on the Oricon albums chart.[5] It compiled songs and vocals themes from the two first seasons, new versions of previously released ones, and an original composition with Erino Hazuki, Ryō Hirohashi, and Chiwa Saitō reprising their roles from the anime adaptation as main performers.[28]

Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection Japanese Release
No.TitleLyricsMusicPerformerLength
1."Barcarole: a cappella" (バルカローレ 〜a cappella〜)Eri KawaiMina KubotaEri Kawai1:46
2."Undine: Hikigatari" (ウンディーネ〜弾き語り〜)Eri KawaiMina KubotaYui Makino2:37
3."Symphony" (シンフォニー)Rieko ItouKatsutoshi KitagawaYui Makino5:15
4."Rainbow"Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi KitagawaROUND TABLE feat. Nino3:46
5."Mangetsu no Dolce" (満月のドルチェ) Takeshi SenooEri Kawai4:02
6."Amefuribana" (雨降花)Yui MakinoF. GiraudYui Makino5:50
7."Kami to Hairpin to Watashi" (髪とヘアピンと私)Takahashi MaiF. GiraudChiwa Saitō4:42
8."Second Season: Kibou" (Second Season 〜希望〜) Takeshi SenooEri Kawai2:28
9."Natsu Machi" (夏待ち)Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi KitagawaROUND TABLE feat. Nino5:43
10."Coccolo" (コッコロ)Eri KawaiMina KubotaEri Kawai2:18
11."Euforia: Hikigatari" (ユーフォリア 〜弾き語り〜)Eri KawaiMina KubotaYui Makino2:12
12."Smile Again"Takeshi SenooTakeshi SenooErino Hazuki3:42
13."Dekkai Shiawase Desu." (でっかいシアワセです。)Naoki NishiTomofumi SuzukiErino Hazuki, Ryō Hirohashi & Chiwa Saitō6:17
Total length:51:07

Aria the Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage OP & ED SingleEdit

A single of the opening and ending themes of the visual novel Aria The Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage was released 6 October 2006 under the Geneon Entertainment label,[29] and peak ranked 74th on the Oricon singles chart.[30] It included vocal and instrumental versions of "Blue Blue Wave" and "Sono Chiisana Chiisana Hohoemi de" performed by Kaori, with music and lyrics by Chiyomaru Shikura for both songs.[31]

Japanese Release
No.TitleArrangementsLength
1."Blue Blue Wave"Toshimichi Isoe4:31
2."Sono Chiisana Chiisana Hohoemi de" (その小さな微笑で)Kouji Ueno5:36
3."Blue Blue Wave (Instrumental)"Toshimichi Isoe4:31
4."Sono Chiisana Chiisana Hohoemi de (Instrumental)"Kouji Ueno5:35
Total length:20:19

Aria the OVA: Arietta OP & ED SingleEdit

A single of the opening and ending themes of Aria the OVA: Arietta was released 21 September 2007 under the Victor Entertainment label,[32] and peak ranked 35th on the Oricon singles chart.[33] It included "Nana iro no Sora o" performed by Sonorous and "Ashita, Yūgure Made" performed by Erino Hazuki, both in vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics by Sonorous and Rieko Itou, respectively.[34]

Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Nana iro no Sora o" (七色の空を; Lyrics by Sonorous)SonorousChoro Club6:49
2."Ashita, Yūgure Made" (明日、夕暮れまで ; Lyrics by Rieko Itou)Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi Kitagawa6:21
3."Nana iro no Sora o (Instrumental)"SonorousChoro Club6:49
4."Ashita, Yūgure Made (Instrumental)"Katsutoshi KitagawaKatsutoshi Kitagawa6:21
5."Nana iro no Sora o: Hikigatari"Sonorous 6:30
Total length:33:15

Aria the Origination singles and albumEdit

The opening and closing themes of the third anime season, Aria the Origination, were both released as singles under the Victor Entertainment label on 23 January 2008,[35][36] and peak ranked 20th and 26th on the Oricon singles chart, respectively.[37][38] The opening theme single performed by Yui Makino included "Spirale" and "Yokogao (acoustic version)" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics by Eri Kawai and Rieko Itou, respectively.[39] The ending theme single performed by Akino Arai included "Kin no Nami Sen no Nami" and "Torikago no Yume" in both vocal and instrumental versions, with lyrics by Akino Arai.[40]

The soundtrack for the third season, Aria the Origination Original Soundtrack: Tre, was released under the Victor Entertainment label on 20 February 2008,[41] and peak ranked 49th on the Oricon albums chart.[42] Choro Club feat. Takeshi Senoo performed all of the tracks except numbers 1, 2, 14, 21, and 22, which were performed by Sonorous (#1 and #21), Yui Makino (#2), Ryō Hirohashi (#14), and Akino Arai (#22).[43] "Tre" is Italian for "three."

Aria the Origination OST Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Nanairo no Sora o (OVA Size)" (七色の空を-OVAサイズ- ; Lyrics by Sonorous)SonorousChoro Club2:17
2."Spirale (TV Size)" (スピラーレ-TVサイズ- ; Lyrics by Eri Kawai)Mina KubotaMina Kubota1:56
3."Rakuyou no Namikimichi" (落葉の並木道)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club3:15
4."Odayakana Gogo" (おだやかな午後)Ou AkiokaChoro Club1:49
5."Yuuyami Kogi" (夕闇漕ぎ)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:27
6."Tayorinai Funade" (頼りない船出)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club1:48
7."Nemuri no Mori de" (眠りの森で)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:33
8."Aria to Osanpo" (アリアとお散歩)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club1:44
9."Tsunaida Te to Te" (つないだ手と手)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:36
10."Bourou" (望楼)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:22
11."Amaretto no Natsu" (アマレットの夏)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:59
12."Jet Kiryuu" (ジェット気流)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:49
13."Mirai he no Kouseki" (未来への航跡)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:45
14."Lumis Eterne" (ルーミス エテルネ ; Lyrics by Mina Kubota)Mina KubotaMina Kubota4:36
15."Kaze Yomi" (風読み)Jouji SawadaChoro Club2:56
16."Majo" (魔女)Jouji SawadaChoro Club1:41
17."Yuudachi no Ato de" (夕立ちのあとで)Ou AkiokaChoro Club2:51
18."quiet tea time"Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:46
19."Chiisana Shiawase" (小さな幸せ)Ou AkiokaChoro Club3:25
20."Eien no Umi: A Song for Zephyr" (永遠の海 〜A Song for Zephyr〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:03
21."Nanairo no Sora o (choro ver.)" (七色の空を-choro ver.-)SonorousChoro Club2:30
22."Kin no Nami Sen no Nami (TV Size)" (金の波 千の波-TVサイズ- ; Lyrics by Akino Arai)Hisaaki HogariAkino Arai/Hisaaki Hogari1:56
23."Shiki: Soshite Boku ha Umi ni Kaeru" (四季 〜そして僕は海に還る〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:41
Total length:60:45

Aria the Origination Piano Collection II: Di PartenzaEdit

A second album of piano music titled Aria the Origination Piano Collection II: Di Partenza was released under the Victor Entertainment label on 26 March 2008,[44] and peak ranked 56th on the Oricon albums chart.[45] It had piano versions of music from the third and final season performed by Takeshi Senoo for all tracks except numbers 2, 6, and 9, which were performed by Mina Kubota (#2 and #9) and Sonorous (#6).[46] "Di partenza" is Italian for "of departures."

Aria the Origination Piano Collection II: Di Partenza Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Shiki: Soshite Boku wa Umi ni Kaeru" (四季 〜そして僕は海に還る〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:41
2."Spirale" (スピラーレ)Mina KubotaMina Kubota2:43
3."Itsuka Kita Michi" (いつか来た道)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:55
4."Eien no Umi: A Song for Zephyr" (永遠の海 ~A Song for Zephyr~)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:16
5."Waltz for Aria"Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:11
6."Nanairo no Sora o" (七色の空を)SonorousSonorous2:18
7."Mirai he no Kouseki" (未来への航跡)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:45
8."Amaretto no Natsu" (アマレットの夏)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo1:58
9."Kin no Nami Sen no Nami" (金の波 千の波)Akino Arai/Hisaaki HogariMina Kubota2:48
10."Bourou" (望楼)Ou AkiokaTakeshi Senoo2:51
11."Tenki Ame" (天気雨)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:24
12."Ashita, Yuugure Made" (明日、夕暮れまで)Katsutoshi KitagawaTakeshi Senoo4:54
Total length:35:44

Aria the Origination: Aoi Hoshi no Il Cielo OP & ED SingleEdit

A single of the opening and ending themes of the visual novel Aria the Origination: Aoi Hoshi no El Cielo was released under the Media Factory label on 25 July 2008,[47] and peak ranked 84th on the Oricon singles chart.[48] It included vocal and instrumental versions of "Graceful Way", "Il Cielo", and "Hana no Saku Hoshi" performed by Kicco, Kana Hanazawa, and Mio Isayama, respectively, with lyrics by Chiyomaru Shikura for the first and the third songs and Daisuke Mizuno for the second.[49]

Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Graceful Way"Chiyomaru ShikuraKoji Ueno4:54
2."Il Cielo"Daisuke MizunoDaisuke Mizuno3:52
3."Hana no Saku Hoshi" (花ノ咲ク星)Chiyomaru ShikuraDaisuke Mizuno6:01
4."Graceful Way (Instrumental)"Chiyomaru ShikuraKoji Ueno4:53
5."Il Cielo (Instrumental)"Daisuke MizunoDaisuke Mizuno3:52
6."Hana no Saku Hoshi (Instrumental)"Chiyomaru ShikuraDaisuke Mizuno5:59
Total length:29:31

HimawariEdit

A tribute album to Eri Kawai titled Himawari was released on 24 December 2008 under the Victor Entertainment label,[50] and peak ranked 151st on the Oricon albums chart.[51] All tracks except numbers 11 and 12 are related to the Aria anime adaption. Tracks 3, 7, and 11 are "sample versions" made for the final singers, and tracks 13 through 16 are live versions of songs performed during Aria the Concert. All songs and themes are performed by Eri Kawai, who also wrote the lyrics for all songs except track 7.[52] The album cover was drawn by Kozue Amano, the writer and illustrator of Aqua and Aria.[53]

A portion of the profits from the album were donated to WWF Japan.[54]

Himawari Japanese Release
No.TitleMusicArrangementsLength
1."Barcarole: dokushou" (バルカローレ-独唱-)Mina KubotaEri Kawai1:45
2."Mangetsu no Dolce" (満月のドルチェ)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo4:02
3."Undine (Zougoshi Ver.)" (ウンディーネ -造語詞Ver.-)Mina KubotaMina Kubota5:44
4."Yuunagi" (夕凪)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club2:53
5."Coccolo (Organ Ver.)" (コッコロ -オルガンver.-)Mina KubotaMina Kubota2:17
6."Santa Claus no sora" (サンタクロウスの空)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo3:58
7."Lumis Eterne" (ルーミス エテルネ ; Lyrics by Mina Kubota)Mina KubotaMina Kubota4:37
8."Second Season: kibou" (Second Season 〜希望〜)Takeshi SenooTakeshi Senoo2:28
9."Aria"Shigeharu SasagoTakeshi Senoo2:47
10."Mizu no Kagami" (水の鏡)Shigeharu SasagoChoro Club4:51
11."Tanpopo suisha" (たんぽぽ水車 ; Not relelated to Aria)Ken MuramatsuKen Muramatsu4:02
12."Sunflower" (Not relelated to Aria)Kawai EriSadahiro Nakano4:37
13."Mangetsu no Dolce (Live Ver.)" (満月のドルチェ -Live Ver.-)Takeshi Senoo 4:47
14."Coccolo (Live Ver.)" (コッコロ -Live Ver.-)Mina Kubota 3:18
15."Barcarole (Live Ver.)" (バルカローレ -Live Ver.-)Mina Kubota 4:58
16."Santa Claus no sora (Live Ver.)" (サンタクロウスの空 -Live Ver.-)Takeshi Senoo 6:34
Total length:64:17

Aria the BoxEdit

A compilation triple album titled Aria the Box was released on 23 September 2009 under the Victor Entertainment label,[55] and peak ranked 25th on the Oricon albums chart.[56] The first CD contains the 25 best hits soundtracks selected by the anime adaptation director Jun'ichi Satō, the second one the theme and insert songs from the three anime seasons and OVA, and the last CD contains the compositions which were not used in the anime.[57]

Release detailsEdit

Album details Peak chart positions
Oricon
Aria the Animation Original Soundtrack 102[12]
Aria the Natural Original Soundtrack: Due 48[20]
Aria Piano Collection - Stagione - 115[25]
Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection 30[5]
Aria the Origination Original Soundtrack: Tre 49[42]
Aria the Origination Piano Collection II: Di Partenza 56[45]
Himawari 151[51]
Aria the Box 25[56]

Single details Peak chart positions
Oricon
Aria the Animation Opening: Undine 25[9]
Aria the Animation Ending: Rainbow 40[10]
Aria the Natural Opening: Euforia 18[6]
Aria the Natural Ending: Natsu Machi 23[18]
Aria the Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage OP & ED 74[30]
Aria the OVA: Arietta OP & ED 35[33]
Aria the Origination Opening: Spirale 20[37]
Aria the Origination Ending: Kin no Nami Sen no Nami 26[38]
Aria the Origination: Aoi Hoshi no Il Cielo OP & ED 84[48]

ReceptionEdit

On 30 November 2007 was held Aria the Concert in the Nippon Seinen-kan hall. Most of the performers of the soundtracks of the anime franchise were present.[58][59][60]

See alsoEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ Thompson, Jason (2007). Manga: The Complete Guide. New York: Del Rey. p. 15. ISBN 978-0-345-48590-8.
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  3. ^ "OVA・ヨコハマ買い出し紀行 -Quiet Country Cafe- 公式Webサイト" (in Japanese). Sony Music. Archived from the original on 10 February 2009. Retrieved 27 January 2009.
  4. ^ Dirk Deppey (24 January 2007). "ADV's Abandoned Manga". The Comics Journal. Archived from the original on 9 February 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009. Like this manga's closest spiritual contemporary, Hitoshi Ashinano's Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou, it doesn't have story arcs so much as an endless string of idyllic moments. Rather than a plot, Aria contains a series of encounters with customers, townspeople and the city and surrounding countryside.
  5. ^ a b c "Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  6. ^ a b c "Aria the Natural Opening Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  7. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Opening Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 19 January 2008.[dead link]
  8. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Ending Single in details". Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 19 January 2008.
  9. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Opening Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  10. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Ending Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  11. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Original Soundtrack in details". Oricon. Retrieved 19 January 2008.[dead link]
  12. ^ a b "Aria the Animation Original Soundtrack peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  13. ^ "「ARIA The ANIMATION」OPテーマ ウンディーネ" [Aria the Animation Opening Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 22 July 2009. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  14. ^ "「ARIA The ANIMATION」EDテーマ Rainbow" [Aria the Animation Ending Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 15 July 2009. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  15. ^ "「ARIA The ANIMATION」オリジナルサウンドトラック" [Aria the Animation Original Soundtrack] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  16. ^ a b "Aria the Natural Opening Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 19 January 2008.[dead link]
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  18. ^ a b "Aria the Natural Ending Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  19. ^ a b "Aria the Natural Original Soundtrack in details". Oricon. Retrieved 19 January 2008.[dead link]
  20. ^ a b "Aria the Natural Original Soundtrack peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  21. ^ "「ARIA The NATURAL」OP ユーフォリア" [Aria the Natural Opening Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 22 July 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  22. ^ 夏待ち [Aria the Natural Ending Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 13 July 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  23. ^ "「ARIA The NATURAL」ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK due" [Aria the Natural Original Soundtrack: Due] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 28 June 2009. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  24. ^ a b "Aria Piano Collection - Stagione - in details" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 19 January 2008.
  25. ^ a b "Aria Piano Collection - Stagione - peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  26. ^ "ARIA〜ピアノ・コレクション〜 スタジオーネ-季節-" [Aria Piano Collection - Stagione -] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 29 September 2010. Retrieved 24 April 2010.
  27. ^ "テレビ東京系アニメーション「ARIA The NATURAL」ボーカルソング・コレクション" [Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 10 December 2008. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  28. ^ nonchan. "Aria the Natural Vocal Song Collection in details". Neko-Han-Ten CD Guide. Archived from the original on 21 September 2007. Retrieved 21 January 2008.
  29. ^ "「BLUE BLUE WAVE」 ARIA The NATURAL〜遠い記憶(ゆめ)のミラージュOP/EDテーマ" [Aria the Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage Single] (in Japanese). Geneon Entertainment. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  30. ^ a b "Aria the Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  31. ^ "Aria the Natural: Tooi Yume no Mirage Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 21 January 2008.[dead link]
  32. ^ "オリジナルビデオアニメーション「ARIA The OVA〜ARIETTA〜」 OPテーマ「七色の空を」/EDテーマ「明日、夕暮れまで」" [Arietta Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  33. ^ a b "Arietta Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  34. ^ "Aria the Natural: Arietta Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 21 January 2008.[dead link]
  35. ^ "テレビ東京系アニメーション「ARIA The ORIGINATION」OPテーマ 「スピラーレ」" [Aria the Origination Opening Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  36. ^ "「ARIA The ORIGINATION」エンディングテーマ 金の波 千の波" [Aria the Origination Ending Single] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 15 September 2008. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  37. ^ a b "Aria the Origination Opening Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  38. ^ a b "Aria the Origination Ending Single peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  39. ^ "Aria the Origination Opening Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 21 January 2008.[dead link]
  40. ^ "Aria the Origination Ending Single in details". Oricon. Retrieved 21 January 2008.[dead link]
  41. ^ "テレビ東京系アニメーション「ARIA The ORIGINATION」ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK tre" [Aria the Origination Original Soundtrack: Tre] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  42. ^ a b "Aria the Origination Original Soundtrack peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  43. ^ "Aria the Origination Original Soundtrack in details" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2008.
  44. ^ "テレビ東京系アニメーション「ARIA The ORIGINATION」ピアノ・コレクションII ディパルテンツァ-旅立ち-" [Aria the Origination Piano Collection II: Di Partenza] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 24 February 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2008.
  45. ^ a b "Aria the Origination Piano Collection II peak rank" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2008.
  46. ^ "Aria the Origination Piano Collection II in details" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2008.
  47. ^ "PS2ゲーム「ARIA The ORIGINATION 〜蒼い惑星のエルシエロ〜」主題歌「graceful way」/「花ノ咲ク星」/「Il Cielo」" [Aria the Origination: Aoi Hoshi no Il Cielo Single] (in Japanese). Media Factory. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 28 December 2008.
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  49. ^ "Aria the Origination: Aoi Hoshi no Il Cielo Single in details" (in Japanese). Oricon. Archived from the original on 20 February 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2008.
  50. ^ ひまわり [Himawari] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Archived from the original on 26 July 2009. Retrieved 21 January 2009.
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  54. ^ ex_anime. "Hamawari announced" (in Japanese). Excite. Archived from the original on 6 July 2009. Retrieved 27 March 2009.
  55. ^ "ARIA The BOX 佐藤 順一 監修 サントラBEST25" [Aria the Box] (in Japanese). Victor Entertainment. Retrieved 8 November 2009.
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  58. ^ "Aria the Concert announced" (in Japanese). Flying Dog/JVC Ent. Archived from the original on 27 June 2009. Retrieved 25 January 2009.
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