February 02, 2015


I'm just going to leave this here.

This too.

Yes, that's the group that provided music A number of people in the Kuricorder Quartet were part of the group that provided music for Azumanga Daioh.  Performing John Williams' Imperial March.  I suck.

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1 I don't think they did Azumanga Daioh. They did the music for Pythagoras Switch.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at February 02, 2015 07:03 PM (+rSRq)

2 AD was Kuricorder Pops Orchestra with Oranges and Lemons.  However, I think some of the same musicians were involved.  I can't find verification, though.

Posted by: Ben at February 02, 2015 07:32 PM (dLr9j)

3 By coincidence, I listened to the Kuricorder Quartet for a while earlier this evening, including the "Imperial March." The CD is buried in a box somewhere so I can't check, but as I recall, the "Kuricorder Pops Orchestra" is the Kuricorder Quartet plus a few extra musicians. Besides Azumanga Daioh, they also recorded a couple of very listenable albums inspired by Yotsuba&!

Posted by: Don at February 02, 2015 08:39 PM (Rr4UF)

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