Orchestra - Recommendations

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Niji no Prelude

Niji no Prelude

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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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Oshaberi na Amadeus

Oshaberi na Amadeus

Rio Midorikawa and Usoo Ogata took violin lessons together. The sound of Rio's violin reflects her talent and has a deep effect on her audience.

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Diva

Diva

Lima was born in the family of musicians; her mother a worldwide opera diva and her father a famous violinist. Lima’s dream of becoming a professional violinist, like her father before his death, was shattered after the car accident. But faith brought her to the world of opera… and to eventually become a famous diva, and face up to her mother, whom has never shown her love towards her daughter…

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Tsugai no Senritsu: Alpha Girai no Omega ga Kanaderu Yasoukyoku

Tsugai no Senritsu: Alpha Girai no Omega ga Kanaderu Yasoukyoku

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Yongen no Elegy

Yongen no Elegy

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Good Morning, Beethoven

Good Morning, Beethoven

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Shindo

Shindo

Boy meets Girl!! Kazuo, a ronin aiming to get into a distinguished college of music, meets a girl who loves baseball. Her name is Uta Naruse, the piano prodigy who can play Debussy as if it were nothing! Manga may be a soundless way of storytelling, but your heart will be filled with beautiful music!!

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Violinist of Hameln

Violinist of Hameln

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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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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