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Sheet Music – Kemono no Souja Erin

Here are two sheet music arrangements for two of the more noteworthy piano pieces from Kemono no Souja Erin:

“Ai” is a slightly melancholic melody encompassing the more tender moments of the series:


Link to Sheet Music


And “Fushigi na Utsukushisa” is a simple but haunting piece played during more mysterious, ambiguous moments.


Link to Sheet Music

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3 Responses to “Sheet Music – Kemono no Souja Erin”

  1. Arabesqueon Jul 10th 2011

    Back when the show was airing, I was pretty much mesmerized by everything about it. The visuals, the background art, the characters and the score, so it made sense at the time to get the OST when it was released. Once I got through it at that time, however, I was slightly disappointed. Not to say that it was bad at all, in fact I appreciated the Eastern Tribal tone that it had in some of it’s tracks, but I had come to the realization that a large part of what drew me into the music in the show was the sound arrangement as opposed to the actual music composition.

    That being said, it’s a very nice score to listen to from time to time. Not among my favorites, but the show itself is 🙂

    My friend though had a harsher criticism of the OST, and while I don’t agree with what she had to say about, I did always find some of the parallels she made hilarious.

    ”This is more suited for elevator music” ”Pokemon Battle Themes” and ”Sad violin you find in sitcoms” were the funniest description I ever came across from someone criticizing an OST lol

    On the two tracks, I prefer Fushigi na Utsukushisa more so than Ai, but I think that I thought Ai was used in a way that made it more appealing to me during the shows run.

  2. Theowneon Jul 10th 2011

    I too find Fushigi to be a little more compelling when listened to alone.

    “Ai”, as you say, gains some appreciation because it was used in a lot of beautiful moments and thus becomes associated with them. Taken as a standalone piece, you could say it bears a lot of similarities to “sentimental piano pieces” found in many anime (and media altogether), though probably at the higher end of that scale.

    Oddly enough the non-piano music hasn’t really made much of an impression on me yet. The OP and ED themes are quite enjoyable though. Especially the lyrics on the OP.

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