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Hoshizora

Ryna

伝えようと握った右手に

戸惑いと安らぎを感じて

信じようと目をつむったままで

歩いて行けると思ってた

同じ灯りの下に居たくて

あのままずっと隣で

届かない想いを胸にしまって

消えない悲しみを星に流して

今宵遠く夢の水面

漕ぎ出せば時は止まるから

戻れない風のあと揺らぐ灯火

巡りくる幻と共に抱きしめて

今宵深く月の静寂

涙はこれで最後にしよう

梢達がそっと夜空撫でて

昨日の雨音消すけど

とり残した言葉の記憶が

遠くのざわめき呼び覚ます

同じ星空眺めてたかった

あのままずっと2人で

忘れない横顔はもう見えない

癒えない傷あとは心に絡みつく

今宵遠く夢の水面

漕ぎ出せば時は止まるから

戻らない安らぎの揺りかごの中

幾千の思い出を全て抱きしめて

今宵深く月の静寂

涙はこれで最後にしよう

同じ星空眺めてたかった

あのままずっと2人で

届かない想いを胸にしまって

消えない悲しみを星に流して

今宵遠く夢の水面

漕ぎ出せば時は止まるから

戻れない風のあと揺らぐ灯火

巡りくる幻と共に抱きしめて

今宵深く月の静寂

涙はこれで最後にしよう

  • Lyricist

    Wataru Suzuki

  • Composer

    Wataru Suzuki

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  • Ryna

    In 2006, she was chosen to perform "Snowflake" as the ending theme for the anime "The Prince of Tennis," which aired on Nippon Cultural Broadcasting. This marked her national CD debut. Since then, she has graced numerous live venues, events, radio, and Internet TV as a singersongwriter. In addition, she ventured into the role of a voice trainer. She unveiled her mini-album "Seal of Love" and collaborated with producer, Kaoru Kondo on the inspirational song "Takoyaki no Uta" for Tsukiji Gindako. In 2011, she relocated her base of activities to Singapore, embarking on a versatile journey. Her endeavors included concerts, dinner shows, TV commercials, exclusive restaurant performances, advertising modeling, acting, voice acting, and serving as a navigator for a radio station. In 2013, she founded the "Angel's Voice Music School" in Singapore. With over 3,800 students and more than 14,000 teaching experiences, she developed a unique vocal method based on vocal anatomy. This approach enables her students to maintain their voices even after continuous vocalization lasting up to 10 hours. Notably, she guided her students to lead roles in the musical "Billy Elliot" in Japan and the role of child actress Elsa in Disney's musical "Frozen" in Singapore. She frequently hosts live performances at her school and provides on-stage performance guidance. As an Onno Rhythmic Training Instructor, an Onno Brain Vocal Mic Program Development Team Leader, a training instructor, and an Onno English Certified Instructor, she has been instrumental in promoting music education in Singapore, spanning various age groups from maternity and early childhood to adults, teaching students of diverse nationalities. Since 2016, she has been hosting bilingual parent-child concerts with the theme of "Nurture your musical brain." This project commemorates the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Singapore and involves collaborations with Singaporean artists, receiving widespread acclaim. She often participates in national events like the National Day Parade and the Chingay Parade, acting as a cultural bridge between the two countries. In 2020, she introduced online voice lessons, expanding them to five countries. As a project member of "Koe Mic," a voice childcare program specializing in voices used in daily life, supervised by the Japan Music Association Onno, she has worked diligently to develop the program. Since 2021, she has been teaching the "Voice Anatomy Course," a qualification program now in its 8th year. This course nurtures unique expressive voices and voice trainers, integrating disciplines such as brain science, functional anatomy, yoga philosophy, life philosophy, quantum mechanics, and more. Currently, she is dedicated to training new instructors. She also imparts the "Happiness method that overflows from your voice" known as Crystal Voice. Through her Cinderella Life course, by adjusting one's voice, individuals can improve their brain, body, and mind, enhancing their life skills. It allows them to be filled with the frequency of love, striving to create a society where people can live up to their expectations. She is also gaining recognition as a voice counselor for "Voice Vitality Therapy", developed in response to passionate requests from her students. In 2022, she made her debut as an actress in Singapore in the stage play "Sonezaki Shinju Oharu" and appeared in the Sing Theater production of "The Wizard of Oz".

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