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Evangelion Death
Evangelion death.jpg
  • Japan King Records/Starchild
Release Date
  • Japan June 11, 1997
Media Type Audio CD
Author Shiro Sagisu

This article is about the soundtrack album. You may be looking for the first part of Evangelion: Death and Rebirth.

Evangelion: Death is a soundtrack album released on June 11, 1997 [1] by the King Records label, Star Child, containing music from the first part of the first Evangelion film, Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. It reached a peak of rank 1 in the Oricon album database. Shiro Sagisu composed most of the music.

The album has several tuning tracks and string solos, which are played by the four Evangelion pilots in the movie, and includes two bonus tracks: "False Regeneration", from the Rebirth segment; and a full recording of Dies irae, a segment from Giuseppe Verdi's Messa da Requiem.

Track Listings

All music composed by Shirō Sagisu except where otherwise noted.

Evangelion Death
No. TitleMusic Length
1. "Cello - Fourth Chord Tuning" (チェロ――第四弦 調弦 Chero - Daiyongen Chōgen)  0:25
2. "Suiten für Violoncello solo Nr. 1 G-Dur, BWV 1007 1. Vorspiel"  Johann Sebastian Bach 0:42
3. "Dvořák: Original Complete Version"  Antonín Dvořák 0:33
4. "Violin - Second Chord Tuning" (ヴァイオリン――第二弦 調弦 Vaiorin - Dainigen Chōgen)  0:22
5. "Partita III für Violine solo E-Dur, BWV 1006 3. Gavotte en Rondeau"  Johann Sebastian Bach 0:22
6. "Viola - Third Chord Tuning" (ヴィオラ――第三弦 調弦 Viora - Daisangen Chōgen)  1:08
7. "Substitute for Gentleness" (優しさの代理 Yasashisa no Daeri)  0:25
8. "Tears Toward Oneself" (吾への、涙 Warei no Namida)  2:05
9. "Tuning to Imperfection" (未了への、調律 Miryō he no, Chōritsu)  0:17
10. "Kanon D-Dur (Quartet)"  Johann Pachelbel 4:58
11. "The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence II"    1:32
12. "Reliance Leading to Falsehood" (虚妄への、依存 Kyomō he no, Izon)  1:47
13. "A Fragile Ego Border" (脆弱な、自我境界 Zeijaku na, Jiga Kyōkai)  2:10
14. "Kanon D-dur (Strings Orchestra)"  Johann Pachelbel 5:06
15. "False Regeneration" (偽りの、再生 Itsuwari no, Saisei)  2:25
16. "Dies Irae [REQUIEM]"  Giuseppe Verdi 37:04
Total length:


Audio Releases
Arranged Albums: Evangelion Symphony | Evangelion Vox | Evangelion Wind Symphony No.1 | Evangelion Wind Symphony No.2 | Evangelion PianoForte #1 | The world! Evangelion Jazz night =The Tokyo III Jazz club= | ShiroSAGISU OUTTAKES FROM EVANGELION (VOl.1) | Shin Godzilla vs Evangelion Symphony
Compilation Albums: The Day of Second Impact | Evangelion: The Birthday of Rei Ayanami | Refrain of Evangelion | Evangelion: Decade | Neon Genesis Evangelion Soundtrack 25th Anniversary Box | Evangelion Finally
Soundtrack Albums: Neon Genesis Evangelion OST I | Neon Genesis Evangelion OST II | Neon Genesis Evangelion OST III | Evangelion Death | End of Evangelion (Soundtrack) | S² Works | Music from Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone | Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone Original Soundtrack | Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance Original Soundtrack | Music from Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo | Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo Original Soundtrack | Music from "Shin Evangelion" Evangelion: 3.0+1.0
Studio Albums: Neon Genesis Evangelion Addition | Neon Genesis Evangelion Classical Volume | Refrain, The Songs Were Inspired by Evangelion | Evangelion Extreme
Theme Songs: A Cruel Angel's Thesis | Fly Me to the Moon | Soul's Refrain | Thanatos -If I can't be yours- | Komm, süsser Tod | Beautiful World | Sakura Nagashi | One Last Kiss
Other: After the End | Animate Voice Cassette