Da Capo Lyrics
Da Capo Opening Lyrics
Da Capo Ending Lyrics
Da Capo OVA Lyrics and other songs
- Amenochi Hare  ( Rain, Then Sun )
- Chime to You
- Honto no Kimochi  ( My true feelings )
- Komorebi no Wink  ( Wink of the Sunbeam )
- Soyokaze no Harmony  ( The Harmony of the Breeze )
- Takaramono  ( Treasure )
- Tokubetsu na yokan
- Yumeiro no tameiki  ( Dream-coloured sigh )
|Also Called:||D.C. ~Da Capo~ | D.C.～ダ・カーポ～|
|Released on year:||2007|
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The Sakura Trees, which never die, have returned. The story takes place on Hatsunejima again, but 53 years after the events of D.C. and D.C.S.S., and is based on a PS2 sequel to the original DaCapo game. Although some characters will appear to be familiar to the seasoned viewer, the cast is entirely new. Yoshiyuki Sakurai, the new main protagonist, lives next door to the Asakura sisters Yume and Otome, who are Junichi and Nemu's granddaughters from the first season.
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About Da Capo
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Da capo (English: /d kpo/, also US: /d -/, Italian: [da (k)kapo]) is an Italian musical term that literally translates to "from the beginning." D.C. is a common abbreviation. The term is an easier way of saying "repeat the music from the beginning." It is a directive to repeat the previous part of music, which is often used to save space.
This could be the same as a repeat in small pieces. D.C., on the other hand, may appear after one or more repeats of small sections in larger works, indicating a return to the beginning.
The piece's resulting structure is usually ternary in nature. Menuet da capo, for example, is a term used by composers to describe the part that will be repeated. [additional explanation required] The repeated section is frequently embellished with grace notes in opera, where an aria of this structure is known as a da capo aria.
The word Fine (Ital. 'end') is usually written above the stave where the movement comes to an end after a 'Da capo' repetition. A pause (see fermata) can sometimes take its place.".
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