"Yakusoku" (約束, Promise) is an image song single for the Clannad film by Lia originally released at Comiket 72 on August 17, 2007, produced by Frontier Works. The Clannad Film Soundtrack (劇場版「CLANNAD-クラナド-」 SOUNDTRACK, Gekijōban Clannad Soundtrack) is the soundtrack to the Clannad film released by Frontier Works on November 21, 2007 bearing the catalog number FCCM-0198. 13 in the weekly singles charts for the week of November 16, 2008. The single is composed, arranged, and produced by Jun Maeda, Magome Togoshi, Hajime Kikuchi, Takumaru, and ZTS. The album is composed, and produced by Jun Maeda, Shinji Orito, Magome Togoshi, and Eufonius; all the tracks are arranged by Ryō Mizutsuki. [1] The soundtrack contains three discs totaling fifty-six songs composed, arranged, and produced by Jun Maeda, Shinji Orito, and Magome Togoshi. The music on the film soundtrack was mainly composed and arranged by Yoshichika Inomata. Four songs are performed by Eufonius and sung by Riya, "Mag Mell (frequency⇒e Ver. Dango Daikazoku - The big dumpling family, Ending Song, CLANNAD, lyrics,song lyrics,music lyrics,lyric songs,lyric search,words to song,song words,anime music,megumi hayashibara lyric [12][13] The single dropped to No. All lyrics are written by Riya; all music is composed by Eufonius. The ending theme "Dango Daikazoku" is sung by Chata. [8] The album came bundled with the "Toki o Kizamu Uta / Torch" piano sheet music book. In 2014, it was re-released through Sekai Project's Kickstarter for the official English translation of the game. [2] This album was not released for individual sale. -Memento- is a remix album for the Clannad visual novel, and was first released on December 28, 2004 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog numbers KSLA-0016—0017. It was adapted by Toei Animation into an animated film in 2007 directed by Osamu Dezaki with music direction by Yoshichika Inomata. The discography of Clannad and its anime adaptations consists of two studio albums, four singles, two soundtracks, and four remix albums. Sorarado (ソララド) is an image album for the Clannad visual novel, and was first released on December 28, 2003 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog number KSLA-0009. )", This page was last edited on 5 October 2020, at 10:50. The Clannad Original Soundtrack, from the visual novel Clannad, was first released on August 13, 2004 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog numbers KSLA-0012—0014. The music CD was only available to those who bought film tickets early for the Clannad film. (メグメル ~frequency⇒e Ver.~, Megu Meru ~frequency⇒e Ver.~) is a maxi single arranged by the J-pop band Eufonius first released in Japan on July 14, 2007 by Frontier Works. Each track is arranged by a different person, three of which include Shinji Orito, Magome Togoshi, and OdiakeS. "Toki o Kizamu Uta / Torch" Piano Arrange Disc is a piano arrange album for the Clannad After Story anime series by Kyoto Animation which was released on December 28, 2008 at Comiket 75 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog number KSLC-0003. Mabinogi is an arrange album which contains a selection of songs from the visual novel Clannad, remixed by Hideki Higuchi. [14] By November 26, 2008, the single had sold 15,765 units. This album was released as a bonus item, included with the limited edition first printing of the PC version of the game released on April 28, 2004 by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog number KSLA-0010, though this was later corrected to KSLA-0011. The story follows Tomoya Okazaki, a discontented high school student whose life changes when he meets a girl one year older than him named Nagisa Furukawa. "Mag Mell / Dango Daikazoku" (メグメル/だんご大家族, Megu Meru / Dango Daikazoku) is a single for the Clannad anime series by Kyoto Animation which was released on October 26, 2007 in Japan by Key Sounds Label bearing the catalog number KSLA-0036. [1] The single contains the opening and ending themes from the anime version in full length, TV length, and off-vocal versions, along with a bonus remix track of the song "Shōjo no Gensō" from the earlier Sorarado image album released in 2003.