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Gauche the Cellist

Gauche the Cellist

Gauche is a small-town musician with a passion for playing the cello, and is a dedicated member of the local orchestra. With an important performance in a matter of weeks, the group practices daily to hone their skills. But lately, Gauche's musical ability has been lacking, and to get it back, he must accept help from the unlikeliest of kin -- the furry and feathered friends who dwell on his land...

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hamletsmage hamletsmage says...

Now, decades seperate these two in terms of animation, but they share something very powerful in common. The power of music. In Classicaloids, the musicians can summon landscapes, create clothes, and do all sort of things with magic. Gauche can affect animals and his surroundings with his cello. Both show a form of magic music. If you like one, check out the other. The comedy is a little different in each, but I think you'll find them to be... harmonious. 

Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl's Heart

Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl's Heart

Miu is a young, talented pianist with a passion for playing music. Under the guidance of Shirakawa, her teacher, she decides to enter a recital, where she will play an emotional, self-written piece.

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A Journey Through Fairyland

A Journey Through Fairyland

Michael is a young oboist at a conservatory and a talented gardener, but as he prefers the greenhouse to the obo his skills as a musician are lacking. He saves a potted plant and is thanked by Florence, the flower's fairy. She gives him the Semper Wand, which allows him to follow her into Flowerland – a world populated by a whole host of creatures, including a mischievous goblin who wants to conduct with the Wand. It is a world of wonder, ethereal beauty and music - but is threatened by the changing of the seasons. Can Michael save this world? Does his music career have a future?

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"Parade" de Satie

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La Corda D'Oro ~Primo Passo~ A Summer Encore

La Corda D'Oro ~Primo Passo~ A Summer Encore

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Violinist of Hamelin

Violinist of Hamelin

Hamelin is a musical young man with no recollection of his past, who lives in the village of Staccato. After a tragic disaster, he and Flute, his childhood friend, and Oboe, a talking bird, must embark on a dangerous quest to embrace their destinies. Guilt, betrayal, and loss all play a part in this musical tale of the violinist with magical abilities, and those who he desires to protect.

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Piano no Mori

Piano no Mori

Born into the wealthy family of a famous musician, Shu Amamiya feels it is his fate to become a professional pianist. But when he transfers to a new elementary school, his goal is threatened by an obnoxious classmate, Ichinose Kai, who has the ability to produce beautiful sound from a piano that was thought to be broken. The two quickly become friends; however, their friendship is tested when they face off in a competition to determine who has the better skill, greatest ambition, and the strongest love for the piano.

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Haruchika – Haruta & Chika

Haruchika – Haruta & Chika

Things look bleak for the school's Wind Instrument Club until childhood friends Haruta and Chika step in to save the day. When they aren't practicing to perfect their own playing, they're working hard to save the club by recruiting new members. After a series of mysteries shock the school, they'll have to add junior detectives to their already impressive resumes.

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Piano no Mori (2018)

Piano no Mori (2018)

Kai was born as the son of a prostitute and he's been playing the abandoned piano in the forest near his home ever since he was young. Shūhei, on the other hand, was practically breast-fed by the piano as the son of a family of prestigious pianists. Yet it is their common bond with the piano that eventually intertwines their paths in life.

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Piano no Mori (2019)

Piano no Mori (2019)

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