As usual it's completely laid-back(?) The characters for "forest" and "shrine" look pretty similar, so the title has to be some mistake. Without realizing it you become confident that it says shrine or something.
For the beginning I imagined a refreshing sea. Of course for summer vacation you'll go to the sea or a pool or someplace like that. Well, I'm your typical iron weight, so I stay home and cool myself off there..._(:3 」∠ )_
When I was a kid I got sick a lot and had to take some awful medicine. They say that good medicine tastes bad, but powdered medicine is just too awful. Even now I only like pills and capsules so it sucks when I'm prescribed powder.
It's a song which at some point doesn't quite become cool. I couldn't read it to the point where I had to look it up, but "risu" is what you would call a squirrel. Now that I think about it, wasn't there already an electric squirrel...?
It's a song with a scary mood which is, on the contrary, somehow cheerful. The so-called Nephilim are a race of giants that appear in the bible; Professor Wikipedia also says that they're beings which have fallen from heaven.
No matter how you look at it you can hear a phrase from someone else's theme. Just as you may guess, this time it's a ripoff... or rather a homage. I'm boldly going this far, as I did in the last work, but I think it's probably alright. (Sweat)
I ended up aiming for a song with a cool, refreshing atmosphere. It's like the aspects flowing with that calm laid-back style rise to the surface and may or may not come towards you. On the other hand all the turbulence isn't very turbine-like. Spin-spin.
If you compare this character's basis to the ones up until now, you feel like this song is really amazing. No matter what sort of perfect plan you have, if you actually try it it'll end up in failure. There are lots of occasions like that, you don't even have to be a clumsy girl.
I think it's a song with the atmosphere of the later half of the game starting up. A long time ago, when I saw a certain king of a hundred beasts, the pressure onstage was really intense, but the performance of the orchestra below the stage was just as amazing. I only remember it vaguely.
I tried having all those chibi girls who have appeared a bunch of times perform on onstage. They all have musical instruments so at great lengths I have them working. I thought they would really go badly together but traditional Japanese music and electric synth are unexpectedly well-suited for each other.
Although you may not know it, an unexpectedly large amount of importance has been put into the spirit of language. To this day people still pray to pass exams as they did long ago, although both the businesses and the shrines are making jokes of it.
I tried making a cool sounding song that feels like it might jump towards you like an electric shock. The sudden storm a bit ago was a terrible day, and the thunder was roaring away too. My stomach is growling up a storm too, it's pretty awful.
The final boss theme was really boss-ish and had a relentless feeling to it, so to contrast it I made this song into something like the middle of a great calm. When I open the lid to see, I'm not sure whether it's supposed to be solemn or a little happy.
It's not like you're in a hurry, but it has a good sense of speed. There's also a sense of divinity, although you may not have felt it. I used a phrase very similar to the theme of "that girl" who you meet along the way.
For this theme I combined elements of both Touhou and vocaloid songs. If you try to decide which one it's more similar to you'll come to think that it's not like either of them. In a sense I wonder if it isn't perfect for an extra stage.
As a continuation of the stage 5 boss theme I made it a song with both traditional Japanese music and electric synth. Talking about Tenman-guu, just looking at the characters you're reminded of an older Japan. Even if you write something like "Norwegian Tenman-guu" it's still fundamentally Japanese. (?)
I created this with great pains. For some reason it's even lonelier than what I was aiming for. Even if you fail, there's always next time. In games as well as in life.
↑天満たす ("sky-filling"): A reference to the Tenman-guu (天満宮, "sky-filling shrines"), shrines built to enshrine and calm the spirit of Sugawara no Michizane. The term is derived from how Sugawara's vengeful spirit is said to have filled the skies with thunderstorms.
↑Tenman-guu: shrines built to enshrine and calm the spirit of Sugawara no Michizane. "Doumeijuu" (Life-Guiding Tree) is meant to sound similar to "Doumyouji" (道明寺), which is one such temple.