Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra – Suzumiya Haruhi no Gensou

After seeing Kadokawa milking as much money as possible out of Haruhi series, Tokyo Philharmonic decided to join in to sink to a new low to take on the challenge, and hence we present you Suzumiya Haruhi no Gensou, with Haruhi music performed by an orchestra of international level. As much as I’m tempted to force you to download our releases to get the romanized tracklist, I will post it here.

Tracklist:
1. Koi no Mikuru Densetsu
2. Itsumo no Fuukei~Gekiretsu de Karei Naru Hibi
3. Saikyou Pare Parade
4. Higeki no Heroine~Hinichijou he no Sasoi~Beach Vacances
5. Kouchou Kouchou~Mikuru no Kokoro~Chiisaku demo Shiawase~Oioi~Comical Hustle
6. Bouken Desho Desho? [vocal: Suzumiya Haruhi (Hirano Aya)]
7. Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 60, “Leningrad” First Movement
8. Sunao na Kimochi~Aru Ame no Hi~Haruhi no Omoi
9. The Mysterious~Asakura Ryouko no Shinjitsu~Fuyu no Ashioto
10.Lost my music [vocal: Suzumiya Haruhi (Hirano Aya)]
11.SOS Dan Shidou!~Nanika ga Okashii
12.Yuki, Muon, Madobe nite. [vocal: Nagato Yuki (Chihara Minori)]
13.Nodoka na Shoutengai~Yuki Toujou~Pinchppoi!~Mikuru Henshin! Soshite Sentou!~Daidanen
14.Hare Hare Yukai
15.God knows…  [vocal: Suzumiya Haruhi (Hirano Aya)]

I have to say, Hirano singing along the orchestral version of “God knows…” is… yeah…

21 thoughts on “Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra – Suzumiya Haruhi no Gensou

  1. Itadakimasu…..
    Can’t wait to hear how awful Aya Hirano is when singing an orchestratic version of God Knows……

  2. Personally, the only ever successful transposition of a ‘modern’ track into something orchestral were the various Zelda, Mario, Halo and Chrono Trigger adaptations.

    I know they are trying to milk Haruhi franchise (god that sounds wrong and disturbing) for all it’s got, but seriously – keep some face please. It would be welcome!🙂

  3. @ren: I think it’s pretty recent, this release and Nipponsei’s both turned up at TokyoTosho at about the same time.

    I’m downloading, but I’m a bit wary… then again some nutcase did turn Parallel Days into British-style happy hardcore!😉

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  6. Listen this CD maybe 7 times and I like the adaption for symphonic orchestra. Orchestrators, conductor and orchestra did perfect job and also composer who created original themes – Satoru Kousaki.
    Only If I could be there …😦

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