Early years[ edit ] The University Band in The Pride was founded in as a pep band to play at Sooner football games. In the early years of the university, the band was composed mostly of Norman residents and was disbanded every year after football season.
She is a first-year trumpet player who plays in Kitauji High School's concert band, continuing on the same instrument from elementary and middle school. She was also a member of the concert band club at the same junior high school as Kumiko and had some sort of a conflict with her at the time, but as they reached high school, Kumiko eventually becomes Reina's closest friend.
Contents [ show ] Appearance Reina is a teenage girl with an average build and a considerably shorter height, described to be very beautiful in the light novels with a light complexion. She has long, straight black hair which is about lower-back length, which she sometimes wears in a ponytail.
She has two long strands of hair laid on her shoulders and two smaller strands framing her face.
She has purple eyes and is usually seen wearing a normal Kitauji High School uniform for first-year female students.
Personality Reina is a calm and quiet girl who is very individualistic and passionate about music. Though she has a polite manner, especially to her seniors, she is told that she is not taken so well by others because she usually wears a surly expression.
She can be somewhat cold and upset with others when someone talks ill about Noboru Takiwhom she has a crush on for which people sometimes comment on her. Reina is portrayed as a somewhat mysterious girl who doesn't open up to people easily, which is why it is on the principle that she does not attempt to be friends with someone who doesn't interest her.
She is at times standoffish and can often speak very bluntly when it comes to her pride as a musician. Because of this, she has had trouble making friends in the past. She has an appears to be distant and emotional, focusing solely on her drive to succeed.
However, as Reina grows closer to Kumiko, she begins to let her guard down and a different, friendlier side of her personality is revealed. After becoming friends with Kumiko, she grows close to her and supports and cares for Kumiko deeply. She shares with Kumiko her intentions to become truly special, which is why she plays the trumpet.
She claims that with her trumpet, she will become her own kind of special.
Throughout the series, Reina appears to grow more empathetic, as she apologizes in later episodes for her rude behavior for the first time on screen.
Later in the series, Kumiko mentions that Reina has changed, as she is willing to become friends and interact more with other people such as Hazuki and Midori.
She went to the same middle school as Kumiko and was a member of her junior high school's concert band along with her. In their time in middle school, Kumiko noticed Reina crying that left the band slightly short of qualifying for the next round of advancement and believed her to be crying out of joy.
However Reina was actually dismayed that she had lost her last chance to go to the nationals as a middle school student. She then ran away sobbing, leaving Kumiko feeling speechless and guilty.Charms Office Assistant is the premiere management, financial, communication and assessment system used by successful programs everywhere.
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Tri-Central High School senior Matthew Martin, right, plays the trombone as the marching band performs in Northwestern’s inaugural Marching Band Invitational Contest on Saturday, September 15, The Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band, He devised numerous ways of promoting the band. He was one of the first band directors to have an annual high school Band Day event.
In , Gene "Coach" Thrailkill transitioned the Pride to emphasize technique and sound – but not at the expense of the overriding goal to support the Sooners.