A news update sound to everyone's ears. Yen Press has just announced that it has licensed the "Sound! Euphonium" novel on Wednesday, which is slated for summer 2017. The news has been confirmed after a fan asked them on Twitter about the approximate time for Ayano Takeda's "Sound! Euphonium" novel release.

Yen Press also revealed they are planning to release the novel in English, as reported by Crunchy RollThe first "Sound! Euphonium" by Ayana Takeda was published by Takarajimasha (Sound! Euphonium Welcome to Kitauji High School's Musical Instrument Club) novel as part of its Japan Love Story Prize series back in December 2013.

The original novel was followed by "Hibike! Euphonium 2" (The Kitauji High School Concert Band's Longest Summer) novel in March 2015 and "Hibike! Euphonium 2" (The Kitauji High School Concert Band's Worst Disaster) a month after, and a short story collection "Hibike! Euphonium 2" (The Kitauji High School Concert Band's Secret Story) on June 2015.

In August and September 2015, according to Anime News Network, Takeda released a two-part novel spinoff Rikka Kōkō Marching Band e Yōkoso! (Welcome to the Rikka High School Marching Band) which focused on Azusa Sasaki and Rikka High School. The anime news site also reported that the series has inspired an anime adaptation from Kyoto Animation last year, and is already airing its second season, also being streamed by Crunchy Roll.

Based on the original novel, the story follows the Kitauji Music club which excels in national competitions. But then, the club has not advanced past the Kansai tournament when their adviser was replaced. The story revolved around each member's personal lives, fights over solos, and their studies and how they improved with the help of their new adviser. In line with this, Yen Press has also announced the licensing of "Magical Girl Raising Projects" and the "Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash" manga, also slated for summer 2017.