Script error Hitomi Kuroishi (黒石ひとみ Kuroishi Hitomi?) is a Japanese female singer-songwriter and composer, born in Kanazawa, Ishikawa. She is credited simply as Hitomi for her vocals, not to be confused with J-pop singer Hitomi.
Kuroishi is noted for her involvement with the soundtrack of the Last Exile anime series, for which she composes as part of the group Dolce Triade (the other members are Maki Fujiwara and Yuki Yamamoto) in addition to performing the ending theme Over The Sky.
Kuroishi has worked alongside composer Kotaro Nakagawa for a number of anime soundtracks, namely Planetes, Gun X Sword and, most recently in 2006, Code Geass - Lelouch of the Rebellion, which includes the insert songs Stories, Innocent Days, Alone, Sensibility, Masquerade, Continued Story, and several others.
- Baby Baachan (TV) : Theme Song Music (OP)
- Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (TV) : Music
- Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (TV) : Music
- Dog Soldier: Shadows of the Past (OAV) : Music
- Hoshi Neko Full House (OAV) : Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition (OP), Theme Song Performance
- Last Exile (TV) : Music, Theme Song Performance (ED)
- Planetes (TV) : Theme Song Composition (ED2,ep7,10,14,16,19,22,24,25IN)
- Toki-iro Kaima (OAV) : Theme Song Arrangement (ED #1), Theme Song Composition (ED #1)
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