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Music titles translation
No. 1 Sealed Gods

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  This is the title theme.

The same song as ever... I tried to make it really majestic, as befitting for a Japanese-style God. It's a pretty queer and unusual rhythm, but it all comes through if you keep listening to it.

Especially, say, while you're debugging the game.

No. 2 A God That Misses People ~ Romantic Fall

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  This is the first stage theme. It's been quite a while since I last used this kind of mood.

Considering the melodious part where the tempo suddenly drops, and the tune which doesn't really cause any tension... I think this is the song most befitting of a

stage 1 out of all the stages 1 and 2 songs in Touhou games up until now. What do you think?

No. 3 Because Princess Inada Is Scolding Me

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No. 4 The Road of the Misfortune God ~ Dark Road

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No. 5 Dark Side of Fate

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No. 6 The Gensokyo the Gods Loved

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  This is the third stage theme. It's the first tune you hear after infiltrating Youkai Mountain. It's bursting with the heavy verses of Gensokyo. I prepared the best melodious tune I could for the beautiful valley the youkai reside in.

I hope I have managed to convey a rather liberal and joyous feeling, in contrast to the darker stage two theme.

No. 7 Akutagawa Ryuunosuke's "Kappa" ~ Candid Friend

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No. 8 Fall of Fall ~ Autumnal Waterfall

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  This is the fourth stage theme. When you think of waterfalls, there are two images: The powerful, vast waterfall, and the meek, trickling one. But this time, I opted for the image of the former. Touhou has always had a dark feel to it, so I tried to express a somewhat refreshing feel. Why is that?

A fall's waterfall. I think the time when waterfalls convey the most meaning is during fall.

No. 9 Youkai Mountain ~ Mysterious Mountain

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No. 10 The Primal Scene of Japan the Girl Saw

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  This is the fifth stage theme. This time, the Japanese element is deep throughout. Especially as it gets more Japanese the more you progress through the latter half. Comparing this tune to the others, the Japanese element is relatively small, but the very dark, nostalgic melody, and rapid chorus can be felt very heavily in the latter half.

Even so, the Moriya Shrine seems even more extravagant than the Hakurei Shrine...

No. 11 Faith Is for the Transient People

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  This is Sanae Kochiya's theme. It feels like the metal section suddenly got bigger here; I thought I'd give this a heavy feeling, but I got careless and overdid it, which is a bad habit of mine. Oh well. Whether it's the melody or something else, it's the heaviest in this game. From this point on, it suddenly becomes bright, and at the end it kind of lost its touch...

The stronger they are, the less the feeling of tension: This is the promise in Gensokyo.

No. 12 Cemetery of Onbashira ~ Grave of Being

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No. 13 The Venerable Ancient Battlefield ~ Suwa Foughten Field

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No. 14 Tomorrow Will Be Special, Yesterday Was Not

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No. 15 Native Faith

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  This is Suwako Moriya's theme. It's a cheerful piece with a rapid feeling. Moreover, I tried to add a Japanese and childish feeling to the melody. It fits Suwako perfectly. Such a lively tune is on the contrary, and it's more of a piano piece from hell. Again, this song has an abundance of chaos, even more so than Kanako. You'd definitely think

she was playing around with the shrine maiden, what with the particularly high tempo piano.

No. 16 Shrine at the Foot of the Mountain

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  This is the ending theme.

This time, there are many triple beats that permeate your whole body. I feel that things like triple beats match the Japanese-style game nicely. It asserts itself modestly without being too dark or too light.

Made this way, it becomes an atmospheric piece, thus it's suitable for any scene.

No. 17 The Gods Give Us Blessed Rain ~ Sylphid Dream

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No. 18 Player's Score

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