Tag: classical music

East Meets West #18: Your Lie In April .vs. Amadeus

East Meets West #18: Your Lie In April .vs. Amadeus

I was only a few months into high school when I first watched the 1984 film adaptation of the Peter Schaefer's biopic Amadeus, which chronicles the career of famed composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from the lens of his so-called rival, Antonio Salieri. Needless to say, it left a profound impact on me. While most of … Continue reading East Meets West #18: Your Lie In April .vs. Amadeus

Anime Review #69: Your Lie In April

Anime Review #69: Your Lie In April

While planning out the dates of what post I should write about this year, I noticed that one of my posts fell on 6 December, the traditional feast day of St. Nicholas of Myra, a Catholic bishop best known as either the "guy who gives you presents", or the "guy who slapped heretical priest Arius … Continue reading Anime Review #69: Your Lie In April