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Just to clarify, the Fifth House app is only available for the iPad - it's not supported on any other iOS devices.

For more on the trend of anime & graphic novel artwork incorporated into classical music projects, check out Mini Operas, http://www.minioperas.org/, Nevada Opera, http://www.nevadaopera.org/, Vancouver Opera's manga series, http://www.vancouveropera.ca/operalive/manga_archives.html, and this review of a recent production in the SF Bay Area: http://www.sfcv.org/reviews/west-edge-opera/superb-flute-edges-out-schikaneder

Clyde Smith

You might get somebody to check with iTunes on the app. It's listed for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.


More on the graphic novel/anime trend: http://www.wqxr.org/#!/blogs/operavore/2012/may/03/reanimating-butterfly/

Ryan Getz

Posted a response to this article on the I am tuned UP blog... http://iamtunedup.com/2012/05/06/emerging-trend-where-indie-meets-classical/

Walt Ribeiro

I've arranged over 100 pop songs for orchestra over at my website. I think the natural progression of music is for things to merge. It's been happening for hundreds of years.

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