Bring on the Melody!

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Year:
2017
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Unfortunately, I no longer want to join.

Why not?

You're really amazing at it.

I'm very sorry.

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.

Right?

Indeed.

Is that so?

Chika-chan.

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.

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.

Huh?

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?

Yes.

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.

Chika-chan.

During junior high, I play volleyball.

But,

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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