Descendants of Darkness

Season 1 Episode 4

The Devil's Trill (1)

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Aired Unknown Oct 23, 2000 on TELETOON
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Hijiri Minase's joy at being able to play the violin again thanks to a donated cornea fades as his precious instrument is destroyed in a fire. Offered a replacement by Kazusa, the daughter of the cornea donor, little does Hijiri realise the secrets that the violin holds or that the true despair is only just beginning.moreless

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    Eric Stuart

    Eric Stuart

    Yutaka Watari

    Liam O'Brien (V)

    Liam O'Brien (V)

    Hisoka Kurosaki

    Tomomichi Nishimura

    Tomomichi Nishimura

    Chief Konoe (Japanese Version)

    Dan Green

    Dan Green

    Asato Tsuzuki

    Toshihiko Seki

    Toshihiko Seki

    Yutaka Watari (Japanese Version)

    Juurouta Kosugi

    Juurouta Kosugi

    Narrator (Japanese Version)

    Dan Green

    Dan Green

    Sagatanas

    Guest Star

    Beth McGowan

    Beth McGowan

    Kazusa Tatsuya

    Guest Star

    Sam Riegel

    Sam Riegel

    Hijiri Minase

    Guest Star

    Yumiko Nakanishi

    Yumiko Nakanishi

    Other Voices (Japanese Version)

    Recurring Role

    Rachael Lillis

    Rachael Lillis

    Other Voices

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    Masaya Hashimoto

    Masaya Hashimoto

    Other Voices (Japanese Version)

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      • Tsuzuki: We've heard of the violin before. It's an instrument that produces a beautiful sound and will multiply the musician's skills but in exchange, it slowly devours your soul. It's a devil's violin.

      • Tsuzuki: Sorry to disappoint you, but this isn't Heaven. But it isn't Hell either.

      • Hijiri: Each violin has its own rhythm. If the violinist and violin do not match, then it won't sound good.

      • Hijiri: It was all I had left from my father. It isn't worth anything. It was just a used, cheap violin, but it understood me deeper than anyone else. It was a part of my body...

      • Hijiri: (to Saionji) I guess if you're a rich boy whose father got him into this school with his name, it would take you a hundred years to catch up to my level.

      • Hijiri: Ever since then I've felt terrible. My chest is tight and it's hard to breathe. It's almost as if I were the one that killed Kazusa's father. That night, for the first time in my life, I felt guilty for being alive.

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