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Noctu Orfei Aude Fraetor!

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Sunset Shimmer approached Adagio Dazzle in the hall—well, cornered her, really—and vowed to teach Adagio how to sing again without the help of a mind controlling magic gem.

After a bit of persuading, Adagio begrudgingly relinquished her home address and accepted the fact that Sunset would be there that weekend. Sunset knew that once Adagio had a chance to think about it, though, she would surely be grateful for Sunset's offer and be willing to put in the effort to learn to sing again. And there was no way the other two sirens along with the general school populace avoided Adagio because she was just that awful.

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Predates Season 4

Dash had been accepted into the Wonderbolts and was going to be living in Cloudsdale. Twilight was going to be spending much of her time in Canterlot as a new princess of Equestria. Both of their lives would be changing forever, and in very different ways, but Dash wasn’t worried. Their relationship could handle the distance, and though they were both moving away from Ponyville, the town and all their friends were still going to be there, the same as they always had been.

She knew everything was going to be all right. They were going to be able to deal with it. She knew it was going to be fine—she was just having a hard time getting herself to feel like it was going to be.


Thanks to Cerulean Starlight, as always, for editing and also general moral support!

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Since the part where Dash was all, “alright, Scootaloo, I could be like your sister or something”—back when I was a filly, about ten years ago, now—things between us’d gotten pretty awesome. She taught me how to fly, I was there to cheer her on when she got into the Wonderbolts, we hung out all the time—stuff like that. I think we did a pretty good job of being sisters, for the most part, and I’d bet Dash’d tell you the same.

But, you know, if I’m being honest, I’d admit I’d probably always felt something not quite sisterly towards Dash. And by that, of course, I mean I had a total and absolute ridiculous crush on her. But it was never really an issue—like, it just made it that much more awesome to be around her and stuff.

Well, that was until Dash started with that flying test to get into the super elite division of the Wonderbolts. That’s really when all that came out into the open—and looking back on it, it was quite the cluster-buck, the way Sweetie Belle and Lightning Dust got all tangled up in that junk. I mean, not that I give two bucks about Lighting Dust, but Dash does. And then I do feel pretty bad about the stuff I put Sweetie through with all that. I mean, I wouldn't say I regret anything exactly, but there’s no two ways about it—it was what it was.

Actually, you want to just hear the whole story? I suppose I could tell you if you want.

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Whatever the problem Rarity faced, there was always a Spike and a wine for it. She was confident he had gotten over his crush on her long ago, and he had since come to be a dear friend who she relied on for support and companionship.

And surely he feels the same way towards her.

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Not only did the Canterlot Elite miss the point of Rarity's latest fashion line, but they had taken her artistic statement to be the complete opposite of what she had intended. With her friends in Ponyville for the duration of the Canterlot Fashion Week, Rarity finds herself alone in the city in the middle of an artistic crisis.

The DJ that had been doing the music for Rarity's show extends a helping hoof to her, and provides Rarity with some emotional support—Vinyl Scratch style. Late-night drinking with Vinyl and her roommate, Octavia, ensues.

Hear White: the dramatic reading by TheLostNarrator!

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Vinyl Scratch hadn't been expecting to see Octavia again. They'd had a fight—the kind of fight that an apology won't quite fix—and Tavy had left to go to school in Canterlot without another word spoken between them.

Now, three years later, Octavia is back. But this isn't the aloof, introverted mare Vinyl had been best friends with, way back then—Tavy is different now. She's straightforward and down-to-earth, has given up cello to play the upright bass... and she smokes now?

And what's with all this talk of jazz?


A music fic about two ponies and jazz.

(Rated T for Teen: suggestive steamy romance scenes)
Cover art by me. Used with permission or something.

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