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|Looking Up At The Starry Sky|
|Album:||Ōkami Original Soundtrack|
|Previous song:||Izanagi Cavern|
|Next song:||Constellation (Dragon Sketch)|
There is only two sets of instruments used in Looking Up At The Starry Sky, that is, the ryūteki and the kokyū. While the other one isn't practically a musical instrument, rather a specialized sound-forged magical-like ringing.
The tempo of this music is slow, and rather repetitive. It starts off with some sounds of ringing chimes, then follow-up by the ryūteki. The ryūteki plays slow-and rather in a calming, peaceful notion, while the kokyū is played in a continuous timing, with no rest, but heightened and lowered over time.