Stella Quintet

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Stella Quintet
Origin Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Genres Classical
Instruments Piano, Violin, Flute, Cello, Trumpet, Viola, Vocals
Years active 2006 - present
Labels Sony Music Japan International
Members Len Tsukimori
Ryotaro Tsuchiura
Keiichi Shimizu
Kazuki Hihara
Azuma Yunoki
Aoi Kaji

Stella Quintet (ステラ・クインテット, Sutera Kuintetto?) is a group formed from the five main male characters in Kin’iro no Corda ~primo passo~. Moreover, the group sang the ending theme for the series, titled Crescendo, and is their debut single.

As of July 2008, the group has released 2 singles.

With the appearance of new character Aoi Kaji in the TV special Kin'iro no Corda ~secondo passo~, the group is now known as stella quintet+.[1] They sang the theme song for the TV special, titled The score in blue.




  • Crescendo
  • Crescendo TV Version
  • Crescendo Tsukimori to Tsuchiura ni Yoru Violin & Piano Version (CRESCENDO 月森と土浦によるViolin&Piano Version?)
  • Crescendo (Instrumental) [2]
  • Note: The limited pressing for this single is a DVD that contains a video during the recording of the song and comments from the group.

Stella Quintet Players Side[edit]

  • Crescendo Tsukimori, Tsuchiura, Shimizu, Hihara, Yunoki ni Yoru Quintet Version (CRESCENDO 月森・土浦・志水・火原・柚木による五重奏ヴァージョン?)
  • Tsuki no Kakera Violin Version (月の破片 Violin Version?)
  • Taiyou No Ryuushi Piano Version (太陽の粒子 Piano Version?)
  • Tenshi no Toiki Violoncello Version (天使の吐息 Violoncello Version?)
  • Hajimete no Kimochi Trumpet Version (はじめての気持ち Trumpet Version?)
  • Sweet Secret Flute Version
  • Crescendo Remix Version [3]

The score in blue[edit]

  • 蒼穹のスコア ~The score in blue~
  • 蒼穹のスコア ~The score in blue~ TV Version
  • 蒼穹のスコア ~The score in blue~ (Violin & Piano & Viola Version)
  • 蒼穹のスコア ~The score in blue~ (Instrumental)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ 主題歌情報を発表!! (in Japanese). 2009-02-22. Retrieved 2009-02-05. 
  2. ^ "Crescendo single". Retrieved 2008-08-11. 
  3. ^ "Stella Quintet Players Side single". CDJapan. Retrieved 2008-08-11. 

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