Descendants of Darkness (TV)

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The Devil’s Trill, episodes, 4, 5 and 6’s title, is a real piece of classical music. The anime used 5 minutes, 38 seconds of the normally 14 minutes, 30 seconds Devil’s Trill for the episodes. The best known work of Italian composer Giuseppe Tartini, the Devil’s Trill is so called presumably because of a legend surrounding it. The legend has it that Tartini dreamed of the devil playing a violin. When Tartini woke up, he composed a violin sonata based on what the devil was playing in his dream. Another version of the legend has Tartini even making a contract with the devil for the violin sonata. The Devil’s Trill is also so called presumably because of its defining, very difficult cadenza part, which consists of trills (a musical technique of rapid playing of the marked note and the note one step above) going for a lengthy period that the violinist plays on one string while he plays rapidly moving notes on another string.

In Episode 3 Gushoshin is on Hisoka's left but after an attack Tsuzuki is now holding him next to Hisoka's right.

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