1. YAMAMOTO, Hiroyuki (446d)
    • 2016-09-01 (木) 23:30:56 by hyama 差分

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  2. TANAKA, Yoshifumi (468d)
    • 2016-08-10 (水) 13:56:47 by tanaka 差分

      includes Attributes II、linea-respiro、Φ、Lessico famigliare、Tsumugi-Uta、bogenspiel I、An Interview with L.B., interpreted by Viola and Piano、Aura di Bruno, oppure un'intervista interpretata da tuba e pianoforte

  3. ITOH, Hiroyuki (926d)
    • 2015-05-10 (日) 21:02:22 by itoh 差分

      includes: Salamander I for piccolo solo includes: Salamander II for soprano recorder solo includes: The Angel of Despair II for alto saxophone includes: Mirror II for orchestra, String Quartet, Shadows of Night II for trombone solo with reverberation system, Salamander II for recorder solo, Mirror I for twelve players, Dreams of a Swaying Forest for chamber orchestra includes: The Angel of Despair II for alto saxophone solo, Fading into Darkness for eight players, Terra Incognita for percussion solo, A Night of Iridescent Flickering for guitar solo, Salamander Ib for flute solo, Deep into a Resonant Forest for piano solo, In the Dim Light for five players, Quietly, Deeply, and Intensely for mixed chorus includes: A Chant from the East for orchestra includes: The Angel of Despair II for alto saxophone includes: Miyama no Tori (Birds of the Woodland Silence) for 20-stringed koto and recorder

  4. Composers Basic Informations (928d)
    • 2015-05-08 (金) 14:48:34 by webmaster 差分

      The basic information of a registered composers. You can find profiles and discographies here.

  5. YOKOSHIMA, Hiroshi (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 20:51:24 by webmaster 差分

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  6. SUZUKI, Haruyuki (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 20:13:20 by webmaster 差分
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      • Profile
      • Discography
            • Systematic metal
            • hommage to 20th century pops
            • TEMPUS NOVUM XIII on the Disc

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  7. SAIKI, Yumi (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 19:47:05 by webmaster 差分

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  8. NARIMOTO, Rica (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 19:43:52 by webmaster 差分
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      • Profile
      • Discography
            • Limpid Solitude
            • hommage to 20th century pops 2
            • Mountain Roads

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      narimoto.jpgBorn in Wakayama prefecture, Japan, she completed her M.A. at the Aichi University of the Arts, graduating at the top of her class and receiving the University's prestigious Kuwabara Prize. She studied under Takayuki Morikawa, Akihiko Matsui, Bin Kaneda, Keiki Okasaka and Naoyuki Terai, and after graduation she continued to study at several master course under Philippe Manoury, Joji Yuasa and Tomoyuki Hisatome. Her music has been performed at many countries, Japan, the Netherlands(Gaudeamus Music Week), Germany, Austria, Egypt(Alexandrina Contemporary Music Biennale), Ukraine(the International Festival of Modern Art TWO DAYS AND TWO NIGHTS OF NEW MUSIC/2D2N), Canada, the United States etc. and she has won a number of important competitions including the 2008 Irino Prize. Her work combines contemporary music composition techniques with the traditional rhythmical structures of the 17th Century Japanese Itchu-Bushi form in order to create abstractions of space and time and produce a unique musical signature. She got a grant from the Asian Cultural Council in the United States and stayed in New York for six-month in 2011, exploring the work of American composers who are known for translating ideas of identity and multiculturalism into distinctive musical styles. At the end of her stay in NY, she had a recital,"Portrait concert : Rica Narimoto", all works were her compositions including playing her works by herself and it gained popularity. She is an also lecturer in the Aichi University of the Arts, Kanazawa University and Kinjo Gakuin University.

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      (tp)Kiyonori Sokabe
      Includes Cloud, The Grave Stone in the Sky

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      (tp)Kiyonori Sokabe, (p)Toshio Nakagawa
      Includes My Favorite Things

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      Masato Kumoi Sax Quartet
      Includes J.S.Bach/Rica Narimoto: Partita No.4 In D Major,BWV.828

  9. MIYAKI, Asako (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 19:35:28 by webmaster 差分

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      miyaki.gifASAKO MIYAKI (lives in Yokohama ) graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Senior High School of Music and Fine Arts (piano major) and from Toho Gakuen College of Music (majored in piano performance and composition of contemporary music). She also studied composition of computer music at Toho- Gakuen and IRCAM Summer Academy (1994). Participated in Darmstadt Summer Contemporary Music Seminar, Japanese-French Contemporary Music Seminar & Festival and Akiyoshidai Festival. Her works were presented during these two festivals. She received the New Composer Award in The 8th Japan Society of Contemporary Music and was selected for The 5th Akiyoshidai International Competion of Composition.
      In parallel with her composition study at Toho, Miyaki produced a number of acoustic plays (dramas) which were performed in the theaters in Tokyo. The serial works " Echoraly" which are part of these plays are still continuing today. These are experimental works with voice involving the ideas of space, pronunciation and anonym. In 1995 she dedicated her works for the two performances by the dance company "Leni-Basso". There she met Akiko Kitamura, a choreographer-dancer and Masahito Matayoshi, a film-writer and they co-produced VIDEODANCE, a visualized (pictured) dance and music. This film was shown at The International Contemporary Music Festival - Lichtung 96. From 1996 Miyaki belongs to the network system "Pleroma" which is consisted of the artists in various fields (music, fine-arts, film and dance) and she takes part in its proposal-making and organization. Two concerts were given by this network so far, one of which was "Vibrating Space" realized by image and music (Lichtung 96, OAG hall). At present they continue their workshop regularly for the next project which concerns dance, image, music and performance.
      Miyaki is also a member of "Genzaikei no Ongaku", a group of contemporary music. Her works have been broadcasted by NHK, the most important national broadcasting channel of Japan. Her recent works involve the investigation of the relationship between the electronical sound and the voice.

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      (pno)Mitsuko Kado

      includes HIBIKI-UTA and three arrangements from Asian folk music.

  10. KINOSHITA, Masamichi (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 19:32:25 by webmaster 差分

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  11. ICHINOSE, Kyo (1060d)
    • 2014-12-27 (土) 19:22:16 by webmaster 差分

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