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[Little Busters!] (difficulty: challenging)
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Alright, here’s a proper post:
So yeah, it’s here. The much anticipated Little Busters Anime.
Is it worth the hype?
I’d say YYYYYYYYEEEEESSSSSS!!!!!, but I am also extremely fan biased.
But I am actually quite impressed of the anime adaption by JC staff so far.
I know, it didn’t get the red carpet treatment by Kyoani, and the animation is not god-tier, (in fact, they are really lazy sometimes) but the pacing and the dialogue feels very natural and the Characters are exactly like in the Visual Novel.
This is the first time I’ve done a FULL version of a Anime Opening, because Little Busters! has a special place in my heart. It was really the first Visual Novel, which made me cry. Seriously. I cried. Considering I’ve played tons of other VN’s, this was the first time I was so touched and moved, that I couldn’t hold up my tears…
Anyway, this is the reason why this transcription should really be special (and I am really glad they kept the original Visual Novel Opening for the Anime) and thus, I’ve made the full version. You can stop playing at bar 59 on the first beat if you only want to play the TV size (and it’s much more easier).
Oh, and there’s another feature on my sheet:
As you have noticed, I have utilized for the first time D.S. al Coda or Dal Segno al Coda, which means you have to “go back to the Segno symbol, and play until you reach “to coda”, then jump straight to coda.
I am not making this up, it’s a common term for musicians, you can read it up here on wikipedia.
Instead of copy paste the refrain again, I used this notation to save place in the sheet, you can play the full little busters opening with only 6 pages instead of 7.
I’m currently thinking which OP/ED i should transcribe next…
well, until next week then.