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Tsuki no Waltz


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Minna no Uta, The Moon Waltz
Japanese: 月のワルツ

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Type: Music
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 10, 2004
Producers: NHK
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Unknown
Genres: Music
Duration: 5 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Ranked: #45782
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Popularity: #6199
Members: 1,494
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Synopsis

First "professional" animation work by Atsuko Ishizuka of MADHOUSE. It was done and broadcast as an episode of NHK's Minna no Uta.

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Staff

Ishizuka, Atsuko
Ishizuka, Atsuko
Director, Key Animation
Isayama, Mio
Isayama, Mio
Music


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Alpharon
Apr 14, 2012
Esta review también está en español.

Tsuki no Waltz, or in english, The Waltz of the Moon, is a song by Mio Isayama, with a video directed by Atsuko Ishizuka (Madhouse), and originally aired in the program Minna no Uta.

In a dark alley with only one street lamp, a red-eyed young girl is admiring a music box. When the music starts, the imaginary (or not?) adventure of our protagonist begins, who will tour dark caves and starry skies, first running and later flying, to finally reach the Palace of the Moon (named Chandra Mahal in the song), where time flows in a different way...

So that's (part read more
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Bobulated
Feb 26, 2015
Hey there

Before I start I just want to ask you to read this while playing the song in the background. Look it up "Tsuki No Waltz"

it's only five minutes long, you have little to lose but a great song to gain!


Count the beats!
one two three one two three one two three one two three one two three one two three
quick-quick-slow quick-quick-slow quick-quick-slow quick-quick-slow


Now, onto the review
A very pretty song by Mio Isayama and animated by Madhouse.

A very traditional styles waltz with a fun rhythm that had that medieval vibe that you'd expect in a fantasy ball.

The art is of a great hand-drawn style read more
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