Gauche the Cellist Trailer

Gauche the Cellist Trailer (1982)

23 January 1982 Fantasy, Animated, Music 63 mins

Gauche is a diligent but mediocre cellist who plays for a small town orchestra and the local cinema in the early 20th century. He struggles during rehearsals and is often berated by his conductor during preparations for an upcoming performance of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (the Pastoral Symphony).Over the course of four nights, Gauche is visited at his mill house home by talking animals as he is practicing.

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Kenji Miyazawa

Kenji Miyazawa Original Story

Shunji Saida

Shunji Saida Animation Director

Michio Mamiya

Original Music Composer

International Titles

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