Various - Japanese Composers FLAC album
Hexaméron, Morceau de concert . 92 is a collaborative composition for solo piano.
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Minamoto no Hiromasa (918-980). Zeami Motokiyo (1363-1443). Yatsuhashi Kengyo (1614–1685). Uragami Gyokudō (1745-1820). Hiromori Hayashi (1831–1896). Nakao Tozan (1876-1956). Michio Miyagi (1894-1956). Isawa Shūji (1851-1917). Teiichi Okano (1878-1941). Rentarō Taki (1879–1903). Nagayo Motoori (1885-1945). Kosaku Yamada (1886–1965). Shinpei Nakayama (1887-1952). Ryūtarō Hirota (1892-1952). Tamezō Narita (1893-1945).
Japanese Composers Vol. 2 (12", Comp). The Japan Federation of Composers, Inc. JFC-8102. Japanese Composers Vol. 7 (LP, Album). JFC-R8401.
It has become particularly popular in recent years as the central instrument of percussion ensembles whose repertory is based on a variety of folk and festival music of the past. Such taiko music is played by large drum ensembles called kumi-daiko Western classical music now has a strong presence in Japan and the country is one of the most important markets for this music tradition, with Toru Takemitsu (famous as well for his avant-garde works and movie scoring) being the best known. Also famous is the conductor Seiji Ozawa.
Takashi Tateishi was once one of the lost prodigies of game music; hugely influential yet virtually anonymous thanks to a Japanese business culture which valued a team effort over recognition for the individual. Creadited as Ogeretsu Kun for his exquisite soundtrack to Mega Man 2, he now works as a sound designer and composer at Konami. Yoko Shimomura is one of the grand matriarchs of Japanese game music. She was the gifted soul whose work dominated arcades around the world in the early 1990s, thanks to her scores for classic games like Final Fight. Later, she would find a niche creating soundtracks for some of the best and most beloved J-RPGs ever made, from Kingdom Hearts to Final Fantasy XV.
In the liner notes, Doran points out that ambient music in Japan started, much as it did elsewhere, with composers who became fixated on the work of Erik Satie, John Cage, and, later, Brian Eno, particularly their ideas about background, modes of attention, authorship, and functionality. Those ideas were integrated into culture-specific notions of environmental music-Doran highlights the use of dripping.
Amazing composers, like the famous Nobuo Nematsu, created various types of scores that fans truly remember throughout generations, leaving a legacy in the gaming music. Included in the group are these five amazing composers who are continuing to compose beautiful music for JRPGs. Scroll for Single Page View. At the age of 16, Miyoshi debuted in 2011 when he composed the music for SOULCALIBUR V, making him one of the youngest composers in the gaming industry. He worked with composers such as Austin Wintory to create beautiful - and long-lasting, JRPG soundscapes
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|A1||–Koh-ichi Hattori||Divertimento For 12 Voices & 2 Celli||10:55|
|A2||–Akihiro Komori||Psalterium For Percussionists||11:45|
|B1||–Haruo Asakawa||Piano-Sonaro (Orienta)||8:15|
|B2||–Osamu Katsuki||Three Poems From Tatsuji Miyoshi||14:41|