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  • English: Hatsune Miku x Kodo Taiko Performing Arts Ensemble
Publicized March 4–5, 2017
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  • Description: This third-dimensional live concert performance was held during a program running up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in March 2017 over two nights at the NHK Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len and Megurine Luka all performed live with the famous Japanese drumming group Kodo in a unique show which aimed to "spread the charm of Japanese culture". The concert was recorded and broadcast on Japanese television shortly after its occurrence.
  • Concert date(s): March 4–5, 2017
  • Location: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
  • Entry fee(s):
    • Row B: ¥4900
    • Row A: ¥5900
    • Row C: ¥6900
  • Playlist №: 18 songs initially; 4 encore
  • Companies: Crypton Future Media, SEGA
  • Associations: piapro, Kodo
  • Musicians: MKP39
    • Drums: Kosuke "camacho" Kamata
    • Bass: Tsuguhito Konno
    • Guitar: Takahiro Misawa
    • Keyboard: MEG.ME

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Notes:

  • Unlike previous occasions, this concert did not include the signature "Audience Greeting" or "Band Member Introduction" portions that one would normally find in a Crypton Future Media-backed VOCALOID concert.
  • When the concert was broadcast on television, the encore performances of "celluloid", "Ghost Rule", "Romeo to Cinderella" and "Akahitoha" - the latter song of which made its live debut at a Crypton Future Media-backed VOCALOID concert - were not included.
  • During the performance of "Senbonzakura", Miku played a taiko drum during the instrumental refrain that followed the second chorus of the song.
  • During the performance of "Mine no Kaze", Miku performed an instrumental interlude on a traditional Japanese bamboo flute, as did one of the members of Kodo throughout the song.
  • During the performance of "SHAKE", Miku appeared on stage playing a taiko drum for one portion of the song. However, though credited, she did not sing.
Japanese, Romaji English Singer Producer
01 BURNING BURNING Kodo
02 千本桜 (Senbonzakura) Thousand Cherry Blossoms Miku Kurousa-P
03 初音ミクの消失 -DEAD END- (Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -DEAD END-) The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku -DEAD END- Miku cosMo
04 エイリアンエイリアン (Alien Alien) Alien Alien Miku NayutalieN
05 ワールズエンド・ダンスホール (World's End Dancehall) World's End Dancehall Miku, Luka wowaka
06 からくりピエロ (Karakuri Pierrot) Clockwork Clown Miku 40mP
07 裏表ラバーズ (Ura-omote Lovers) Two-Sided Lovers Miku wowaka
08 巴 (Tomoe) Tomoe Kodo
09 峰の風 (Mine no Kaze) Peak of the Wind Miku Kodo
10 リモコン (Rimokon) Remote Controller Rin, Len Wonderful☆Opportunity
11 いーあるふぁんくらぶ (Ii Aru Fanclub) 1, 2 Fanclub Rin, Len Mikito-P
12 積乱雲グラフィティ (Sekiranun Graffiti) Cumulonimbus Cloud Graffiti Miku ryo, Dixie Flatline
13 SHAKE SHAKE Miku Kodo
14 ワールドイズマイン (World is Mine) (The) World is Mine Miku ryo
15 初音ミクの激唱 (Hatsune Miku no Gekishou) The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku Miku cosMo
16 39 39 Miku sasakure.UK, DECO*27
17 Tell Your World Tell Your World Miku kz
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18 桜ノ雨 (Sakura no Ame) Rain of Cherry Blossom Petals Miku halyosy, absorb
Encore
19 celluloid celluloid Miku baker
20 ゴーストルール (Ghost Rule) Ghost Rule Miku DECO*27
21 ロミオとシンデレラ (Romeo to Cinderella) Romeo and Cinderella Miku doriko
22 紅一葉 (Akahitoha) A Single Red Leaf Luka Kurousa-P

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[初音ミク] 初音ミク×鼓童スペシャルライブ プロモーション動画 [鼓童]
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「初音ミク×鼓童スペシャルライブ」プロモーション動画です。

バーチャル・シンガー初音ミクと、世界中に和太鼓の魅力を伝える太鼓芸能集団・鼓童との初のコラボレーション公演が実現! 本公演は東京2020公認プログラムとして実施致します。 太鼓集団 鼓童が和楽器を担当した「桜の雨」のコラボバージョンも一部公開!

■公演情報情報 ・公演名:初音ミク×鼓童スペシャルライブ ・開催日:2017年3月4日(土)-5日(日) ・会場:NHKホール

・詳細はこちら→【http://kodo-miku.com/】

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