Bring on the Melody!


Unfortunately, I no longer want to join.

Why not?

You're really amazing at it.

I'm very sorry.


That's fine.

It's said that Kusakaba-sensei also joined

an international competition for conductors and garnered second place.

Can you tell me why Yonezawa-san won't join the brass band?

Although we did go to the same junior high,

we weren't really close.



Is that so?


Why did you call me? I'm busy.

Haruta, you're late!

That hurts.

I think I might know why.

What is it?

Although I'm not sure if this could be a hint,

I think Yonezawa-san's body is weak.

Amost everyday she wore a mask.


Playing the tuba needs strong physical and vital capacity.

I see.

Isn't that nice?

It feels like youth.

Why are you talking like an old man?

I mean, they're having fun without any burden.


Isn't that Yonezawa-san?

Please join the Brass Band Club.

Please check out our Brass Band Club.

Stop it.

Stop being so self-righteous.

Brass Band Club?


Miyamoto was actually a really good pitcher.

But after a shoulder injury,

he gave up baseball.

He studied saxophone in elementary school.

I advised him to play it again.

I was too frivolous.

Aren't you going to think about it?

I'm trying to gather nine members.

I mean, you can't play baseball anymore.

Say more and I will kill you.

You don't know anything at all.

I do know.


During junior high, I play volleyball.


my knee was injured in the final game.

I can no longer play.

When volleyball was taken from me,

it felt like I have nothing left.

Suddenly, I heard a melodious sound.

The Girl With Flaxen Hair by Claude Debussy

My once so dim scenery,

became so soft and shiny with music.

I felt like the world became bright again.

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