>[HorribleSubs] Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso - 13 [720p].mkv
It's time for AOTS!
>He becomes a great pianist in her memory and his mom's which give him the will go be the best around.
Seen this about 50000 times.
Pretty much why I'm considering dropping it. Had a feeling this is how it was going to go when we first saw bits of foreshadow about Kaori's illness. Now that her death is 99.99% confirmed, there's basically no reason to continue watching.
The music is probably the only strongest point it has for it.
Yep despite a pretty important character dying the show is still predictable.
I wish I knew I think it was a nice twist but as I said before it just makes it even more easier to expect what happens now plus it means that Tsubaki has a free win too.
Then watch Nodame cantabile and lurk around classical forums.
also anon http://4chanmusic wikia com/wiki/Essential_Charts
It's because of /a/ I started reading the manga, /a/ is to blame.
Don't ask most of them are either troll or listen to shit music and consider them elites.
Just study their charts on the wiki and choose what you like.
Also I think there very few classical fans there, most are plebs. Google is your friend
>It's because of /a/ I started reading the manga, /a/ is to blame.
/a/ has never mingled with normalfags who watch soap operas on TV. Shigatsu wa Kimi Soap Opera is exactly how it usually goes.
>inb4 /a/ is one person
>like these niggers can say what soap operas they have watched
I know but at least the anon will learn the name of few musicians and then start his journey.
/a/ also suggested me Itoshi no Karin and Koe no Katachi both of their endings suck.
Probably my stupidity to take suggestions easily.
The flashbacks with Arimom were tear jerking. It really does poke on that common fear most parents have, realizing the perils of their children living the challenging life of an artist.
The episode was straight up brilliant.
I can't belive there are people liking THIS shit:
It's called being inspired