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Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo

Kiniro no Corda: Primo Passo

Alternative Titles

English: La Corda D'Oro: Primo Passo
Synonyms: Kin'iro no Chord, Kiniro no Chord, Kin-iro no Corda: Primo Passo, The Golden Chord
Japanese: 金色のコルダ ~primo passo~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2006 to Mar 26, 2007
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.771 (scored by 28861 users)
Ranked: #8852
Popularity: #736
Members: 53,616
Favorites: 1,010
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Synopsis

Hino Kahoko is a student whose school is divided into two branches—the Normal Branch, in which students wear grey uniforms, and the Music Branch, in which the students wear white. The school's tradition is a music competition, but it is more common that students from the Music Branch are chosen to compete. Kahoko is surprised one day to encounter a fairy named Lili. Solely because she is the only student to see him, she is the only student from the Normal Branch to be in the competition.

Kahoko doesn't have any musical knowledge, until Lili grants her a magic violin, one that anyone can play if they believe they can truly do it. Kahoko must now face the trials of the competition, her competitors, and her peers.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Tsukimori, Len
Tsukimori, Len
Main
Taniyama, Kishou
Japanese
Taniyama, Kishou
Hihara, Kazuki
Hihara, Kazuki
Main
Morita, Masakazu
Japanese
Morita, Masakazu
Hino, Kahoko
Hino, Kahoko
Main
Takagi, Reiko
Japanese
Takagi, Reiko
Tsuchiura, Ryotaro
Tsuchiura, Ryotaro
Main
Itou, Kentarou
Japanese
Itou, Kentarou
Tsunematsu, Ayumi
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Tsunematsu, Ayumi
...

Staff

Ochi, Koujin
Ochi, Koujin
Director
Kikuta, Hiromi
Kikuta, Hiromi
Sound Director
Katagai, Shin
Katagai, Shin
Episode Director, Storyboard
Yamada, Yuka
Yamada, Yuka
Script

More episodes Episodes(0/25)

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Opening Theme

"Brand New Breeze" by Kanon (eps 1-24, ep 26)

Ending Theme

#1: "Crescendo" by Stella Quintet (eps 1-24, ep 26)
#2: "Brand New Breeze" by Kanon (ep 25)



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icerydragon
May 30, 2007 1:51 PM
Note: May contain SLIGHT SPOILERS. Nothing too major though.








Now~ to the review!



Other than La Corda, the only other series that I can think of that somehow revolved around classical music (that I've ACTUALLY seen) was Piano. I won't go into that series as I did DO a review for it. Because of the fact that I haven't a series like La Corda before, that caught my attention. And also having classical music as a major theme within the series definitely sparked my interest.

My first impression of the series was that it just caught my attention because it was a bit different than many read more
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Kamikah
Apr 12, 2009 9:04 AM
STORY (10)
Hino Kahoko, a high school girl who has never played an instrument in her life, is given a magic violin. In turn, she must compete in a competition (the Concours) with several elite music students from her school. It's a story about Kaho learning to love the violin and music, while deepening her relationships with her fellow competitors.

The story is not for everyone. This is a character driven series through and through. The plot loosely falls around the Concours, but the purpose of the Concours is to contribute to character development. That being said, the character development is outstanding. I barely noticed the lack read more
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lowell
Jan 23, 2008 9:21 PM
La Corda d'Ora is a reverse harem story with a heavy dose of music. I first heard about it when I was really into Nodame Cantabile and Ouran High School Host Club. So I thought,"Wow, it combines two great shows -- how perfect!" Only... it wasn't, which was disappointing. It does combine music with a reverse harem, but -- in my opinion -- it doesn't do music as well as Nodame and it doesn't do romance as well as OHSHC. I guess you can't have everything at once.

What it does have is great music. Ave Maria, which is one read more
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Minamino_K
Jan 20, 2008 5:20 PM
I was really not going to give this series an eye, after reading a chapter of the manga it seemed lame and confusing. For some reason though, maybe because I was bored I started downloading the first few episode. This anime is so much better as an anime than a manga. Music can't be represented very well on paper. ^^
I love the way the story is cute and fresh. I don't watch very many animes based on activities, but I'm glad I watched this one. The character are just so lovable and pretty. BISHONENS!!! Nyaaaa ><. Give this a try if you atleast like read more
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