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Title Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 1 - Beethoven
Classic Beethoven
Album
Genre Classical
Release Date Oct 22, 1997
Running Time 66:30

Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 1 - BeethovenEdit

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 1 - Beethoven" is a CD album containing a recording of Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, as conducted by Alexander Rahbari. The fourth movement was used in the 24th episode of the series, and was previously released on Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition. It was released on October 22, 1997 by King Records, with the catalog number KICC-231.[1]

Total Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 1 - Beethoven Beethoven 66:30


Title Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 2 - Verdi
Classic Verdi
Album
Genre Classical
Release Date Oct 22, 1997
Running Time 73:00

Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 2 - VerdiEdit

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 2 - Verdi" is a double-CD set containing a recording of Messa da Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi, as conducted by Alexander Rahabari. The Dies Irae was used in the trailers for The End of Evangelion, and was previously released on Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition. It was released on October 22, 1997 by King Records with the cat. number KICC-232.[2]

Total Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 2 - Verdi (CD1) Verdi 44:44
Total Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 2 - Verdi (CD2) Verdi 36:05


Title Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 3 - Handel
Classic Handel
Album
Genre Classical
Release Date Oct 22, 1997
Running Time ?

Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 3 - HandelEdit

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 3 - Handel" is a soundtrack album released on 22 November 1997 by King Records it features pieces originally composed by George Frideric Handel.[3] It was released as on a two disc album with the cat. number KICC-234 and it peak ranked 96 in the Oricon charts making only one appearance.

Total Evangelion Classical Volume 3 - Handel (CD1) Handel
Total Evangelion Classical Volume 3 - Handel (CD2) Handel 74:11


Title Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 4 - J.S. Bach
Classic Bach
Album
Genre Classical
Release Date Oct 22, 1997
Running Time 53:41

Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 4 - J.S. BachEdit

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Vol. 4 - J.S. Bach" is a compilation CD album containing Johann Sebastian Bach's Classical Pieces used in the theatricle feature. It was released in November, 11 2003, produced by King Records with the catalog number KICC 236. The Soundtrack was conducted by Vassil Kazandjiev and composed by Bach. Tracks 1-6 are of 'Suite No. 1 For Cello Solo In G Major, BWV.1007, tracks 7-12 are of Partita No. 3 For Violin Solo In E Major, BWV.1006, tracks 13-17 are of Orchestral Suite No. 3 In D Major, BWV.1068, and track 18 is Jesu, Joy Of Man's Dreaming.[4]

Total Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume 4 - J.S. Bach J.S. Bach 53:41

ReferencesEdit

  1. evangelion classic CD Japan page from CD Japan.
  2. CD Japan page from CD Japan.
  3. [1] Amazon page
  4. CD Japan page for the album from CD Japan.

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