Shigatsu wa kimi no uso our music book


 

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Boku to Kimi to no Ongakuchou (四月は君の嘘 僕と君と の音楽帳 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Our Music Book) consists of 14 music pieces. Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Our Music Book, 14, November 19, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Original Song & Soundtrack, 65, January 21, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Our Music Book. Atit Kitthanarut 11 'Winter Wind' – Chopin (Shigatsu Wa No Kimi No Uso)+Sheets. by one eyed.

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Shigatsu Wa Kimi No Uso Our Music Book

Soundtrack - Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso. Lanzamiento - 19 / 11 / Genero - Classical Music. Calidad - Kbps [Cd Rip] + Scans. Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Our Music Book, a classical music Album by Tomoki Sakata. Released 19 November on Epic / Sony (catalog. Platforms, Anime, Series. Products, Your Lie in April / Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso 04, Chopin: Étude in C-sharp minor, Op. 10, No. 4,

In classical music, this is key if you want to differentiate yourself. You may find that you prefer one interpretation over another. Whether this proves to be foreshadowing will be revealed in hindsight, but it was a nice touch. The gist of it is that winners are inevitably a compromise; they please the most listeners but thrill none of them. The result is a mediocre performer relative to their peer group of superb musicians rather than a standout. Kudos for staying true to the real thing, I guess. When the competition begins, one nameless contestant strides onto the stage and begins playing a selection from the Well-Tempered Clavier by Johann Sebastian Bach. The Well-Tempered Clavier is a set of preludes and fugues, where both Book 1 and Book 2 of the work consists of 24 pieces performed in each of the major and minor keys for a total of 48 pieces. Music trivia aside, the work is exceedingly important. Rare is the budding pianist who has gotten far into the higher echelons of piano performance without encountering some of the pieces in the Well-Tempered Clavier. The piece itself consists of two main parts: the Prelude and the Fugue. The Prelude is what you hear in the anime. If you listen carefully, you can catch the fugue structure in which the motif is layered on top of the melody playing that exact same motif, all the while retaining a harmonic consonance that is utterly beautiful. If anything, the choice might be a contextual one.

March Comes in Like a Lion has more unique visuals and better direction than Your Lie in April due to the very different animation studios and directors. Also YLIA has way more romance 3-gatsu being more of a slice-of-life series , but anyone can feel the similarities while watching one after having seen the other.

Both are touching dramas that serves as a memorable experience for fans of the genre.

Both are sure to hit ya right in the kokoro. Recommended by FloralMangoes Not only the titles look-a-like, but the feeling you get when watching is fairly similar. Main characters have only one thing they are good and his friends and other side-characters will help him get back on his feet. The scenes vary from funny to death serious which makes it very appealing to keep on watching. They both deal with depression and loneliness, but are also gifted with a special talent in their field.

Shigatsu Wa Kimi No Uso ~ Piano Solo

Both series have an unique color palette and look very good. Recommended by Maneki-Mew The main characters are both struggling with depression, they're both genius and can't give up on it.

The plot of the stories revolve around the main character struggle and them learning things from their mistakes and experiences. Both Protagonist are talented, they also look alike with glasses, Both Lacks Confidence and depressed.

Your Lie in April 1 (Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso #1)

It also gives you The Your Lie In April Vibes Recommended by KotoriMinami A talented prodigy who feels as though they've got nothing else and also happen to look kinda similar the stories are pretty different, but they give off a similar vibe - and anyone who loves the first, will definitely love the other - at least, I certainly did! They're emotionally deep, are astonishingly beautiful to watch and will leave a whole in your heart you won't be able to forget.

About dealing with past trauma, and the journey to self discovery and finding a way to wake up from that half-life depression. Honestly, they are instant gems, masterpieces, unbelievably refreshing and unique but with unbelievable parallels.

Truly, you're missing out if you pass either one up after seeing the first! Recommended by PogLover I find these shows both similar not in the aspect of plot but in character.

This prompts them to be somewhat timid and silent but have thoughts encircling their minds at all times. On top of that, they are both young prodigies in a competitive field Piano and Shogi respectively. Another good point is how the side stories fit in so well that i was about to write that a minus is that there isn't side stories thanks god i didn't do this mistake like when he teaches piano to Azai Nagi who is also the little sister of Azai Takeshi one of the two rivals of Arima it shows first how he is like the motor of the progress of all this pianist.

There are also a lot of foreshadowing so not a single event made us feel like WTF? I didn't give 10 because there a lot of well done stuff but nothing really extraordinary. The best part is the characters thought.

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso - SunKoiWish

There wasn't a single character who didn't have his hard times, they were all unique. We can really feel how Arima is horrified by the visions he has from his mother.

Or when he starts doubting about the health issues of Kaori we feel like he has the reaction he should have. The relation between himself and Kaori is also well handled, it takes him a lot of time to finally say how he feels about her because he thinks that she likes his best friend so he can't express his feelings. Their relation and conversation takes place essentially when they play together and as they say several times, sometimes music can reach people even more than words.

SPOILER How Kaori started to follow the path of his mother and crying or screaming for nothing is well done and she then changes because Arima made her not want to give up on violin and it is also great how even if she is strong again, she still has her moment of weakness.

Another great character is Sawabe Tsubaki the neighbor of Arima and his childhood friend. I would not say that she was a likable character because she is kinda holding Arima back and it also takes her time to realize that she loves Arima and she hurt people during that period which isn't fine for those people but great for the coherency of her character.

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