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Fujimi 2-choume Koukyougakudan: Kanrei Zensen Conductor

Fujimi 2-choume Koukyougakudan: Kanrei Zensen Conductor

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Synonyms: Fujimi Orchestra, The Conductor of Cold Front, Cold Front Conductor, Do You Like the Concert?
Japanese: 富士見二丁目交響楽団 寒冷前線コンダクター


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: 2005
Genres: Drama, Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Akizuki, Koh (Story), Gotou, Sei (Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.081 (scored by 869 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #4435
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Chapters: /5


Morimura Yuuki, concertmaster at Fujimi Citizens Orchestra, loves music and his small, amateurish, but tight-knit group at Fujimi. His world is shaken up when a brilliant, new conductor, Tounoin Kei, is recruited to breathe life into their music and orchestra. Yuuki feels Tounoin's high demands will do nothing but chase away the members, but when he draws more from them than they ever thought possible, Yuuki reconsiders his own motives for staying at Fujimi. Obviously, the newcomer Tounoin understands Fujimi more than Yuuki ever did and even has the girl that Yuuki's been in love with for the past three years, at his feet. Nursing a wounded pride Yuuki wants to resign from Fujimi, but Tounoin has other ideas...

(Source: MU)

Ch. 1-3) Cold Front Conductor [ 寒冷前線コンダクター], Vols. 1-3
Ch. 4-5) Do You Like the Concert?, Vols. 1-2

Based on the novel series by Kou Akizuki and illustrated by Sei Gotoh, in honor of the 10-year anniversary of the original novel.


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Apr 2, 2008
I hate yaoi! No, that's a lie. I really like that I can read manga about cute boys in love on a regular basis. What I really don't like is how the concept is usually executed. Is it too much to want to read about gay men that actually act like gay men? Or at least like normal, logical human beings? Apparently so, or at least Fujimi Orchestra certainly gives that impression.

As you can guess, this is a manga about an orchestra. What you may not expect, however, is that it's not a polished professional orchestra but a group of musicians that aren't experts but read more
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