The 7 best musical animes of all time
Ahh, musical anime, the beautiful music invades these anime, give us that indescribable pleasure, thus we become more fans of this content culturally rich. Yes, it has everything, J-Pop, J–Rock and even classical music, but know that these anime have rather a beautiful story, the unfolding of the plot happens naturally, entering in harmony with the music and without even realizing we are intrigued, trapped and glazed.
Have you ever stopped to think about how difficult it is to form a band? Yes, if you're thinking of forming one, be aware of the difficulties. The anime tells a little about this side, the difficulties and probable victories that are coming, but they probably won't even come. It might be something didactic to also watch it.
It is a very original anime that tells the story of a Japanese band formed by five young people. But don't go thinking about big shows, fame and fortune. The series shows the great difficulties by which most of the bands that try their luck in Japan (and in the world) pass. Tanaka Yukio (better known as Koyuki) is a 14-boy who has a dull life… At least until you save a dog named Beck from the hands of 10-year-old delinquents (!?). Because of this he ends up knowing Minami Ryuusuke, owner of the dog and leader of a rock band. They both become great friends. Ryuusuke ends up dropping his band and thinking about forming a new one, so he starts looking for limbs. The first to enter are vocalist Chiba, a well-excited and energetic guy, and the serious bass player Taira, who was looking for a band that had a good "chemistry". The other members of the band come in later.
2. Nodame Cantabile
Beautiful, it would be the right word to describe the anime. It has a certain drama, but the romance previts. It would also be one of the most romantic anime allied with classical music and this, would also be something unique, that we find in few anime. This beautiful story has yielded much, brought this welcoming feeling to many. I'm sure you'll be more passionate.
In an important music academy in Japan, Shinichi Chiaki is challenged only by his talent as a pianist. But when Chiaki and his teacher start a fight, he is demoted to the class of despised. Chiaki is left aside along with his dream of becoming a composer, surrounded by a lot of failed musicians and an annoying girl, Noda, who self proclaims Chiaki's girlfriend. And to complete the situation, Noda, who insists on being called Nodame, lives next to Chiaki.
That would be the most popular, it's in the taste of girls, men not so much. The anime tells the daily life of these girls and still with the good humor, present in almost all Japanese anime. Pretty normal, apparently, but you see, an overly popular anime has something else, doesn't it? So, you know what awaits you when you watch.
The story of K-ON! Develops around four girls, high school students, who entered the lightweight music club to try to save him from being suspended. However, they are only members of the club, and none of them have any experience with playing instruments or reading sheet music.
4. Sakamichi in Apollon
With a more adult history, it addresses the good music, which only the good ears understand. Yes, I'm talking about Jazz, would it be a relaxed form of classical music? Well, I did not deepen to Jazz, but the air that the anime passes brings a sense of freedom, despite the difficulties past the protagonist. At random, watching the anime will see how beautiful it is.
At the beginning of the summer of 1966, Kaoru leaves his coastal city and transfers to the secondary school of a provincial city of Nagasaki. Thanks to his family, who lives in an almost constant cycle of changing cities, Kaoru only knows the schools as places of difficult adaptation. However, on his first day at the new school, he meets Sentarou, a class bully, and takes a new course in life. The anime deals with ripening, friendship and music, especially jazz. With a story with more adult themes, the hallmark of the series of the night Amine block, Sakamichi at Apollon resembles Honey & Clover, including the opening song of the singer YUKI. In addition, speaking about music, the anime has world-famous titles of renowned jazz musicians. At this point, follows the success formula of Nodame Cantabile and BECK.
5. Shigatsu wa Kimi No Uso
If you don't cry watching this beautiful story… Seriously, you're not human. Now, does he have that level at all? But it's just a musical anime… No, it's not a simple musical anime, watching we perceive it clearly. I may be exaggerating, but no!
Arima Kousei is a musical ex-prodígio who lost the ability to play the piano after his mother, who was also his instructor, passed away. Her life is now monotonous, but she starts to gain color when he meets a violinist by chance. Miyazono Kaori is an audacious and determined girl whose personality overflows. Enchanted by the girl, Kousei, in her 14 years, begins to move forward with her own legs.
6. Hi, Hibike! Euphonium
Apparently it's aimed at the female audience, but incredible that it seems to have also fallen into the masculine taste. We feel motivated, the characters give all of themselves to make beautiful in a future presentation. Seeing the characters winning the difficulties is very good, and feeling this feeling is indescribable to feel. A probable victory awaits us, will you stand still or go back? Without that, the only option is to go in search of your dreams and end point.
Kumiko Oumae is a schoolgirl who used to be part of the school orchestra during the fundamental. In his first year of high school, his classmates, Hazuki and Safira, decide to join the school orchestra. However, Kumiko discovers that his former colleague, Reina, is also in the group, and hesitates to remember an incident that occurred between them in the past.
It is a reference in the case of music in animes. I have brought innovative ways of expressing music and still that dramatic story that everyone loves. And it's no less, the anime is reference and it's almost mandatory to watch it.
Tokyo: The Metropolis of Dreams, of opportunities, of great personal achievements. Nana Komatsu ("Hachi") is looking for a place to sit on the train that leaves towards the Japanese capital. She travels in order to find her boyfriend, Shouji, and get a job. Coincidentally, she sits next to Nana Osaki, who was traveling to the same destination, carrying with her a great dream: it becomes a great icon of music. Lead singer of his punk band "Blast", Nana Osaki aims to make a great performance in the "Blast", where her boyfriend, Ren, is the guitarist of a very popular band, the "Trapnest". Sharing the same name "Nana", the two girls quickly create a strong bond of friendship. Their paths will cross again when they see themselves in the search for accommodation. Eventually, the girls decide to live in the same apartment and, with that, friendship grows. And so they walk the "Nanas": Facing the follies of their lives and careers.
Yes my dear, beautiful musical anime
Yes, musical anime are artistic, beautiful and dramatic, these are the elements that make them so special. These anime are certainly the best musical anime. But then, do you enjoy musical anime? Leave a comment with your opinion!
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