Sound! Euphonium The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day

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Alternative title:
Hibike! Euphonium: Chikai no Finale (Japanese)
Sound! Euphonium: Chikai no Finale (Japanese)
劇場版 響け!ユーフォニアム~誓いのフィナーレ~ (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Kumiko is now a second year and one of the senior players of the euphonium section. With new underclassmen joining the concert band, Kumiko will have to learn new things in order to deal with awkward and difficult underclassmen. She and third-year trumpeter Tomoe Kabe have been chosen to lead the new underclassmen members. Among the new members to Kumiko's bass section are euphonist Kanade Hisaishi, whose appearances are deceiving; tuba player Mirei Suzuki, who cannot adapt to her new environment; tuba player Satsuki Suzuki, who wants to get along with Mirei; and double bassist Motomu Tsukinaga, who cannot talk about himself. Between the Sunrise Festival, chair placement auditions, and the competition, a number of problems quickly begin to arise.
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Seen in part or in whole by 14 users, rank: #6891 (of 7760)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 8.000 (Very good), std. dev.: 1.0377, rank: #517 (of 7794)
Weighted mean: 7.870 (Very good), rank: #690 (of 7794) (seen all: 7.87)
Bayesian estimate: 7.688 (Very good−), rank: #758 (of 5884)
Vintage: 2019
Premiere date:
2019-04-19 (Japan)
Opening Theme:
"Blast!" by TRUE
Insert song:
"Bolero" by Maurice Ravel
"Hibike! Euphonium" by Akito Matsuda
"Joyful Tuba" by Akito Matsuda
"Kageki 'Turandot' Yori" by Giacomo Puccini
"Kitauji Shijuusou Dai-4-ban From Trumpet" by Akito Matsuda
"Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi" by Tamio Okuda
"Liz and the Blue Bird" by Akito Matsuda
"Omo yo, Hito no Nozomi no Yorokobi yo" by Johann Sebastian Bach
"Radio Taisou No. 1" by Tadashi Hattori
"Samba de Loves You" by Susumu Kazuhara
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Tatsuya Ishihara
Script: Jukki Hanada
Storyboard: Tatsuya Ishihara
Music: Akito Matsuda
Original creator: Ayano Takeda
Character Design: Shoko Ikeda
Art Director: Mutsuo Shinohara
Chief Animation Director:
Futoshi Nishiya
Shoko Ikeda
3D Director: Norihiro Tomiita
Sound Director: Yota Tsuruoka
Director of Photography: Kazuya Takao
3D Art Design: Joji Unoguchi
Advertising Producer: Takayuki Konishi
Advertising Tie-Up: Hidenori Masuoka
Assistant 3D Director: Tatsunori Kase
Assistant producer:
Risa Sakai
Ryutaro Usukura
Chief Production Manager: Keisuke Yokota
Chief Unit Director: Naoko Yamada
Color Check: Akiyo Takeda
Color design: Akiyo Takeda
Color Design Assistant: Fuyuki Ohtsuka
Concert Band Manager: Manami Matsumoto
Coverage Cooperation: Kiyotaka Moriwaki (Kyoto Bunka Museum)
Design Coordinator: Kenji Minagawa
Digital Cinema Engineer: Aya Shintani
Distribution Coordination:
Kōta Kuroda
Motoki Mukaichi
Toshio Iizuka
Editing: Kengo Shigemura
Engineer: Chifumi Karasawa
In-Between Check: Naoko Fujita
Insert Song Arrangement:
Akito Matsuda (Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi)
Hideo Shimazu (Omo yo, Hito no Nozomi no Yorokobi yo)
Jay Bocook (Bolero)
Kenichi Kuroda (Liz and the Blue Bird)
Susumu Kazuhara (Samba de Loves You)
Yō Gotō (Kageki 'Turandot' Yori)
Insert Song Composition:
Akito Matsuda (Liz and the Blue Bird; Joyful Tuba; Kitauji Shijuusou Dai-4-ban From Trumpet; Hibike! Euphonium)
Giacomo Puccini (Kageki 'Turandot' Yori)
Johann Sebastian Bach (Omo yo, Hito no Nozomi no Yorokobi yo)
Maurice Ravel (Bolero)
Susumu Kazuhara (Samba de Loves You)
Tadashi Hattori (Radio Taisou No. 1)
Tamio Okuda (Kore ga Watashi no Ikiru Michi)
Literature: Atsuko Tanaka
Logo Design: Yukari Hayakawa
Music producer: Shigeru Saitō
Music Supervision: Masahiro Ōwada
Planning Cooperation:
Ayako Shimomura (Takarajimasha)
Takahide Ushiro (Takarajimasha)
Yuiko Amano (Cosael Work)
Planning Producer: Hideaki Hatta
Production Coordination: Jin Kanou
Recording: Yasushi Nagura
Recording Assistant: Mika Kamemoto
Setting Manager: Kazuki Kurihara
Sound Effects: Eiko Morikawa
Sound Production Manager: Tomomi Yano
Special Effects: Rina Miura
Studio Management:
Takeshi Kojima
Teru Ogawa
Technical Coordinator: Kyosuke Sakai
Theater Promotion:
Hideaki Miyoshi
Mayuko Suzuki
Theme Song Arrangement: Yusuke Kato
Theme Song Composition: Yusuke Kato
Theme Song Lyrics: Miho Karasawa
Theme Song Performance: True
Trailer Production: Tomoki Kawabe
Ayaka Asai as Hazuki Katō
Ayaka Nanase as Mirei Suzuki
Chika Anzai as Reina Kōsaka
Haruki Ishiya as Shūichi Tsukamoto
Kenjiro Tsuda as Takuya Gotō
Konomi Fujimura as Natsuki Nakagawa
Minako Kotobuki as Asuka Tanaka
Misaki Kuno as Satsuki Suzuki
Miyuki Kobori as Riko Nagase
Moe Toyota as Sapphire Kawashima
Shimba Tsuchiya as Motomu Tsukinaga
Sora Amamiya as Kanade Hisaishi
Takahiro Sakurai as Noboru Taki
Tomoyo Kurosawa as Kumiko Ōmae
Yuri Yamaoka as Yūko Yoshikawa
Japanese companies
Animation Production: Kyoto Animation
Commercialization: Kyoto Animation
Digital Laboratory: Imagica
Distributor: Shochiku
HD Editing: studio2001:
In-Between Animation: Studio Blue
Music Production:
Heart Company
Lantis
Music Production Assistance: Senzoku Gakuen College of Music
Musical Instrument Assistance: Yamaha
Performance Cooperation: Freshman Wind Ensemble
Production Cooperation: Animation DO
Recording Studio:
studio2001:
studio2010:
Sound Production: Rakuonsha
Textbook Reference: Powerup Band Music! Contrabass
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Christian La Monte
Erica Mendez as Kumiko Omae
Jennifer Losi as Hazuki Katou
Kayli Mills as Sapphire Kawashima
Laura Post as Reina Kosaka

Christian La Monte as Shūichi Tsukamoto
Christine Marie Cabanos as Kanade Hisaishi
Katelyn Gault as Mirei Suzuki
Lucien Dodge as Motomu Tsukinaga
Reba Buhr as Asuka Tanaka
Robbie Daymond as Noboru Taki
Sarah Anne Williams as Natsuki Nagakawa
Xanthe Huynh as
Ririka Kenzaki
Satsuki Suzuki
English companies
Distributor: Eleven Arts

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