A selection of music from the background of the anime Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts is now streaming online on popular platforms including Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, YouTube and iTunes.
Titled “Sacrificial Princess” and “King of Beasts”, the two songs play during the fifth episode of the series, as the themes of Princess Sariphi and Leonhart the King of Beasts, respectively.
Both melodies are composed by Kohta Yamamoto, with Koichiro Muroya on strings and violin solo, Koichiro Muroya on flute and tin whistle, Otohiko Fujita, Yu Suzuki, Kenta Yano, and Yu Kumai on horns, Keiko Osaki on piano, Harutoshi Ito on guitar and cello, Toshino Tanabe on bass and double bass, Makoto Fujisaki on the drums, and vocals by Ai Inoue.
The complete soundtrack of Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts is slated to release on September 27th, 2023. Two versions are planned: a Standard Edition with a selection of 25 tracks, alongside an Expanded Edition, with all 65 tracks. Each cover will feature artwork by series creator Yu Tomofuji.
Crunchyroll began streaming Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts on their platform in April 2023.
Yamamoto began working as a composer in 2015 and has been involved with multiple anime projects, including Kaina of the Great Snow Sea, third and fourth seasons of Kingdom, 86 – Eighty Six-, the second, third and fourth seasons of The Seven Deadly Sins, Re:Stage! Dream Days, and Attack on Titan: The Final Season, for which he won the Best Score Award at this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards.
Source: press release
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