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ABOUT PRODUCER
Tsukino-P (つきのP) is a composer who mostly composes folk and ethnic songs using Kagamine Rin and Len. He also uses VY1 in several of his songs. Several notable works from Tsukino-P include "Kin no Sou Tsuki Akai shi",

Many of his works have references to the moon.

STATUS:March 2009 → Present
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GENRE:Folk
LABELS:
ASSOCIATIONS:
OFFICIAL:Blog: Kitsu Tsuki no wa
HP: Tsuki no wa
URL(s)Nico Nico, Piapro, Twitter, Community
PLAYLIST(s):(Nico Nico Douga List)
WORKS: (Upload date)
  1. "Midori Mayuzumi no Kunpuu" (Rin) (Mar.20.2009)
  2. "Souto" (Len) (Jul.26.2009)
  3. "Kin no Sou Tsuki Akai shi" (Len) (Jul.30.2009)
  4. "Tsukiyo no Yakusoku" (VY1) (Dec.07.2010)
  5. "Tsukiyo no Yakusoku" (Rin) (Jan.01.2011)
  6. "Tsuki dake ga miteita" (Len, Rin) (Mar.20.2011)
  7. "Tailor Doll" (Len, Rin) (Mar.21.2011)
  8. "Nanatsu sagari no ame wa yamazu ni" (Rin) (Apr.11.2011)
  9. "Kin no Sou Tsuki Akai shi" (Len) (Jul.30.2011)
  10. "Manatsu no Ame" (Len) (Oct.09.2011)
  11. "Yakusoku" (Len) (Dec.26.2011)
  12. "Nagare Hoshi ni natte" (Rin, Len) (Mar.20.2012)
  13. "Kin ni Kirameku kono oka de" (Len, Rin) (Aug.12.2012)

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