The Your Lie in April anime series took me nearly a year to finish and won my heart. I began watching in May of last year and, having savoured the episodes, just today finished the heartbreaking, touching final episode. It’s stunningly animated, magnificently scored and masterfully written. The score especially underscores the emotions that it so effectively generates. It stands out for me as a perfect example of animation that holds heart, humour and meaning.
The series is available for streaming both subtitled (which I recommend) and dubbed (which is fine) through Crunchyroll.
I can’t recommend the series enough, but I have to warn that the opening credits theme is a mighty earworm.