Saikai 5 Byoumae, Deatta Koro no Youni, Endou Akira

This drama is on the Saikai 5 Byoumae, Deatta Koro no Youni 1 CD, track 6.
The monologue after meeting the boy was not aired.

Before meeting the boy

The teacher suggested to Akira to withdraw from the contest. He said that she couldn't win the way she was now. He knew that she wouldn't be satisfied with second place. Akira said that she has over 10 second place trophies from the last couple years, and doesn't want any more.

The teacher said that Akira was technically better than any high school student. Akira asked why the judges wouldn't let her win. She asked why the teacher also said that she couldn't win.

"Your playing is excellent, but there is a difference between excellent playing and excellent music."

Akira asked again, "Tell me how I can make excellent music!"

The teacher said that Akira's playing was very erratic after she came back from Tokyo the other day. But she adjusted it and made herself perfect for this competition. The teacher said that there was no need to correct herself. He said that Akira had gotten that "something" while she was in Tokyo.

Akira asked what that something was, but the teacher said that only Akira would know. He said it was more important for her to find that something than perform in the competition.

Then it was Akira's turn. While she was performing, she wondered about what that something could be. She didn't get to meet "him" in Tokyo. She left a message, but he didn't come see her yet. Akira wondered if he had forgotten about her.

After meeting the boy

Akira didn't win the violin contest, but the boy had come to see her. But since the boy didn't mention the letter, Akira was upset. She wanted him to thank her for writing the letter. The boy told Akira that he would let her know before coming the next time. Akira hoped that he would come soon.

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(c) NEC Interchannel, Marcus, Cybelle, Comix, illustrated by Kai Tomohisa