Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors – Morphogenetic Sorrow Piano Sheet Music is the song played in the Rec Room by Nijisaki when Akane Kurashiki and Junpei Kōsaka were having their contest to see who can hold a hand stand for the longest. The song was written by Kōji Uchikawa, who writes all the songs for Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors.
The song was released in 2012 with an official recording by Aqours.
This Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors Piano sheet music is the piano sheet that Nanami Chiaki plays in Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors and it later appears as a song on the Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors Original Soundtrack.
Apparently, the song was originally sewn into Takada’s body by Akane before she died because of Radical-6. This could be inferred by how it plays during the final free escape segment after all the morphogenetic fields are disabled. It is clear that this counts as a bad ending, because the music isn’t playing in Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors True Ending.
The song is also the song that plays when Junko Enoshima kills Kazuichi Soda but it’s never played by itself. It is instead mixed with Mukuro Ikusaba killing Chihiro Fujisaki and later during Komaru Naegi’s execution.
This Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors Piano sheet music plays the most times in the game with around 5 or 6 plays, even with one being cut into two sections, which are Komaru Naegi’s Execution and Komaru Naegi saved by Genocide Jack.