This song was once recorded for the Three Fairies tankoubon.
I'd originally planned to use it as a stage one theme, so this
song must be satisfied to finally have that wish granted.
Game music is perfected when listened to during game play.
Some people probably get impressions different from those they got by listening to it on CD.
This is the theme for battles with the Three Fairies.
It has a very boss-ish feel to it, but it's also very liiight.
Maybe it's a cute feel that accompanies the enemy's attacks in your little argument.
The atmosphere changed from that of stage 1, to that of an evening.
This song has the title screen theme's melody.
I think it has a much more mysterious and nostalgic feel.
After all, evening is very mysterious and nostalgic.
The melody is a little jazzy and adult-y.
Night is the time for adults. Or the time of youkai.
It's the time when good children are in bed and the youkai come out to whittle away the night.
Or when adults come out. Well, they come out undoubtedly.
This is the third stage boss theme.
It is for the last boss battle, but players can reach it quickly,
so it was hard to decide how heavy the song would be.
Starting with max power is too wearing, so I made it have a slow and happy feeling in the beginning,
and a fast and hot feeling in the ending.
The tone is fairy-like, but the song itself is rather hot-blooded.
In the music room and stage music name display, 妖精大戦争 ～ Fairy Wars is misspelled as 妖精大戦争 ～ Faily Wars. Video of this.
It turned out feeling like being rushed uselessly in the introduction,
but the whole song has a prank-like feel to it, fitting for the extra stage.
It gave an image of flight in the falling petals of cherry blossoms.
(Needless to say,I was rushed by the schedule during the composition.)
At first I planned to make an arrangement of The Witches' Ball.
Since I composed it only with the impression left in my mind, it became a completely different song after all...
"A song arranged by the original composer can't be an arrangement" may mean this.
Anyway, isn't this a cool song? It's no problem if the song is good.
春の氷精 - 静 -
An Ice Fairy in Spring - still -
This is the ending theme.
This is a different version of the opening theme.
It's a little more adult-y.
An adult man still talking of fairies is hopeless, right?
This is the name entry theme.
This is a liiittle bit lighter, to fit the game's theme.