Sound! Euphonium

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4.6
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  • 6 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Character driven story
    As a former tubist (or tubaist) in my high school band, I feel an obligation to watch every music anime out there. Your Lie in April was probably the worst, with character motivations that left me aghast (Kousei has to feel the pain of another loved one dying to move on... What?!); and Nodame Cantabile the best.

    Try it. Just answer Nodame Cantabile to any Japanese person you meet if they ask ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A Music anime that is surprisingly... actually about music
    Now I'm a big fan of music anime and went in expecting this to be like the others, a story where music is kind of just the excuse to tell it. What i got was one of the most refreshingly original casts of characters i've seen in a long time and a story that was driven, bound and centred entirely by music.

    Our female lead is akin to her instrument, an essential support for the flashier trumpets ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A beautiful sound from a beautiful anime
    There's really not much I can say about Sound! Euphonium other than its character driven, so there's lots of development happening always. The anime focuses on the drama that the characters are experiencing with their relationships while balancing the tension of wanting to go to Nationals with the rest of the orchestra. There are conflicts and tears, but it doesn't make it less ...
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  • Decent anime about music.
    I've seen a few animes that focus on music, but none of them have done a particularly good job (Except for "Your Lie in April"), this anime however has approached music from an interesting angle, school setting with an instrument that is never really the focus of a music story. So in that sense its quite an original story, i do have to admit that i disliked certain dramatic characters (you know ...
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