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Kuon Otogami was a genius pianist whose name is among the greatest in the annals of the music world. He had seven children who also all became genius pianists. All seven except for the one named Lucky that is. This is the miraculous story of a regular kid taking on godly talent!

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Akatsuki no Aria

Akatsuki no Aria

The era is the Taisho period (1912-1926). Kaibara Aria, who wishes to become a pianist, takes the examination to become a preparatory student at the Tokyo School of Music. The passion in her playing overwhelms her surroundings, like a ripple on the surface of water. It was then that Aria had an encounter with the son of the Nishimikado noble family, Natsuo, and learns a shocking truth... The youth of the maiden blessed by the god of music in this stream of musical romance!

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La Corda d'Oro 4

La Corda d'Oro 4

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Scratch!!

Scratch!!

Welcome to Harmonia Music Academy, a top-class, world-renowned institution of higher learning for musically gifted students and future defenders of mankind. Yes, that’s right – heroes called “Scratch” to defend humanity. We meet our three unlikely heroes, Shuon Tempermento, Calma Perdentosi and Energico Apassio as they completely and utterly fail a critical Scratch placement exam without scoring so much as a single point. “The Problematic Trio”, as they have come to be known, will have to pull together to resolve Shoun’s brother’s mysterious disappearance, the threat of impending war and cope with their own personal turmoil, all while their school careers are on the line. What will happen to them from now on?

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Wadaiko Girls

Wadaiko Girls

Maria got disheartened when she was sent to the Percussion Division of her catholic Music School. There she overheard a Girl playing Wadaiko Drums (Japanese Drums). She was instantly captivated. So she decides to try playing them seriously...

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Niji no Prelude

Niji no Prelude

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Shonen Note: Boy Soprano

Shonen Note: Boy Soprano

Yutaka Aoi has a talent few boys have: He can sing soprano. But when Yukata’s voice begins to change as he enters puberty, the journey ahead will be one of self-discovery and reflection for not only himself, but also for those around him.

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Classi9

Classi9

After being accepted by the Melite Conservatory of Music, Taki Ren, travels all the way to the City of Music, Vienna, to fulfill her dream of becoming a composer. However, there's one problem: Melite is an all-boy's school! Her classmates are all musical geniuses, but they also come with problems!

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Fujicue!!! - Fujicue's Music

Fujicue!!! - Fujicue's Music

When Fujiwara Motomu was first introduced to live rock music, he decided it was amazing and he wanted to be a part of it! He ran into a band member from"Blue Bears" (the band he first saw live) at a convenience store, and begged the band member to let him join.The band member told him that if he could get the top rank at the Japan Academy of Music (J.A.M.), he could join them. Fujiwara (nicknamed Fuji Cue) immediately started practicing guitar, and somehow managed to pass the entrance exam for the J.A.M.. At the entrance ceremony, he found that he would be paired with another student, and they would be required to give a live performance at the Welcome Convention. His partner, Hoshikawa Uta, is an incredibly talented girl, who suffers from crippling stage fright.Will they make it through their live performance, and will he be able to achieve his dream of getting to the top?

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Maestro

Maestro

Kousaka is a violinist who is looking for a new orchestra to perform with as he’s tired of his current one. He, along with others, answer an ad for a new orchestra only to find an abandoned warehouse and a crazy old man constructing the rehearsal space. And no conductor. Kousaka takes over as first violin when the old man interrupts and criticizes him. Turns out that the old man IS the conductor and musical director, and he’s put together this orchestra with lofty goals in mind, and has told them he’s going to shape them up in only a month…

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