Pavane for a Dead Girl

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Pavane for a Dead Girl

Takenomaru is a violinist prodigy on a quest. At the music school where his adoptive father teaches, he pursues twelve girls to attain the twelve tears of Maria as part of a contract. To do so, he gives them each a brooch that changes color according to their feelings for him and makes them fall in love with him, enabling him to attain a tear. But shortly afterwards, the girls will face death...
from ANN
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Notes

Alternative Names: Naki Shoujo no Tame no Pavane
Author: KOGE Donbo
Artist: KOGE Donbo
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Harem, Historical, Mystery, Romance, Supernatural
Demographic: Shounen
"Naki Shoujo no Tame no Pavane" means "Pavane for a Dead Girl" and is a wordplay on the Japanese translation of a solo piano piece, written by French composer Maurice Ravel in 1899, called "Pavane pour une infante défunte" - Naki Ōjo no Tame no Pavane or Pavane for a Dead Princess.

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