English: La Corda d'Oro
Synonyms: Kin Iro no Corda, The Golden String
Published: Mar 5, 2004 to Mar 24, 2011
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drama music romance shoujo
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both stories have fairies that appear in school (but la corda d'oro faries was not that much of importance compare to the other 1), it somewhat similar in the way the story set, start out suck but better by time! try it out!
Both have a girl who attends a school that revolves around skills (one is music, the other is cooking). Both of the founders for the schools had a relationship with a fairy, and so there is a big statue of the fairy at the front of the school. The girl meets a fairy and at first is a bit shocked (Kahoko from Kin. no Corda more so) but then gradually builds a friendship and trust with them. The fairies help the girl with a skill that they are absolutely terrible at, but then the girl slowly get better and can do things on her own.
Both stories center around a music prodigy. La Corda focuses on a violinist, where as Piano no Mori focuses on a pianist. People are drawn to the prodigies not because of their knack for copying any piece they've heard, but because their love for music can be heard through their unique style of interpretation. The stories follow the young prodigies as they evolve and captivate their audiences.
Both Mangas are about music. Both main leads, Aristide [101 Hitome] and Kahoko [La Corda D'oro] are new to music and trying to learn to play violin. If you like La Corda D'oro, then maybe you will like 101 Hitome No Alice.