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Netsujou no Virtuoso

Netsujou no Virtuoso

Alternative Titles

English: Virtuoso di Amore
Japanese: 熱情のヴィルトゥオーソ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: 2005 to ?
Genres: Drama, Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Ogasawara, Uki (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.361 (scored by 272 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Kenzo Shinozuka is a talented but under-appreciated pianist, so when wealthy nobleman Lorenzo Carlucci offers to be his patron, he leaps at the chance. However, being patronized by Carlucci exacts a price that the pianist may not want to pay. For Carlucci is an eccentric and demanding patron, whose temperament often clashes with Kenzo’s own stubbornness. The friction between patron and artist threatens to drive them both to the brink of madness, or that of desire.
But, it is undeniable that Kenzo’s talent flourishes under Carlucci’s patronage. Can Kenzo overcome his pride and the ghosts of his past to finally achieve greatness?

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Feb 20, 2013
greigh (All reviews)
There were some good moments, but most of the time the story and dialogue seemed to be just a vehicle in which to arrive at those moments. I think I need to blame half my discontent on the translation; some lines were stilted and felt like they were chosen from a list of “acceptable translations of X_concept.” On the other hand, since there were so many subplots–and this would be the mangaka’s transgression–the moments seemed to butt up against each other, squeezing all the air out of the breathing room. That isn’t to say that the story didn’t flow, but it was tightly packed. And read more


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