The franchise has sold more than 9 million albums and singles. For the anime series, Yoko Takahashi performed the song " A Cruel Angel's Thesis " which was used as the opening theme song for the series. The song " Fly Me to the Moon " originally by Bart Howard was performed by various voice actors from the anime series and these versions of the song were used as the ending theme song for the series. Theme songs were also granted for the films in the franchise Evangelion: Death and Rebirth , its follow-up The End of Evangelion and three installments of the Rebuild of Evangelion film series. It was used as the opening to the series, and two instrumental versions of it were played in the finale episode titled " Take care of yourself.
Cruel Angel's Thesis
A Cruel Angel's Thesis - Neon Genesis Evangelion OP1 [piano] [Animenz Piano Sheets] - PIANO PARTAGE
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Evangelion - A Cruel Angel Thesis
My arrangement of this song for the piano can be described as "groovy", but it still retains my "orchestral style" of arranging. I played this song many times during my Animenz live concerts in the past and I improvised if from the scratch every time. However, the beginning part with the flowing arpeggios was one of my favorite arrangement ideas, so only this part was never changed.
It is used as the opening to the series, and two instrumental versions of it are played in the finale episode, " Take care of yourself. A similar version can also be heard during the intermission between the two parts of Evangelion: Death and Rebirth. The single was released on October 25, with the part number KIDA and it also reached a peak rank 17 in the Oricon album database, appearing in the ranks 61 times.