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Playlist of List of Japanese composers

  • Akio Yashiro - Symphony


    Symphony (1958)

    I. Prelude: Adagio - Moderato [0:00]
    II. Scherzo: Vivace [7:22]
    III. Lento [11:13]
    IV. Adagio - Allegro energico [23:54]

    A large-scale orchestral work by Japanese composer Akio Yashiro (1929-1976), a student of Saburo Moroi and Qunihico Hashimoto. Although he was solidly situated in the Japanese modernist school of composers, Yashiro was highly skeptical of avant-garde trends in music and grounded his music in somewhat more traditional forms, drawing inspiration from figures such as Beethoven, Dukas and Messiaen. When John Cage visited Japan in 1962, Yashiro repeatedly heckled his performance, saying, This is no music! He had earned high praise from Messiaen and Florent Schmitt as a student at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris, and he became widely recognized as one of the leading Japanese composers. However, Yashiro's perfectionism hindered his productivity over the course of his career, so that his oeuvre remained quite small. The 1958 Symphony was commissioned by the Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. It consists of four nearly-continuous movements, which are carefully united by a few motifs, most notably a three note B-F-F sharp pattern and the B-F or B flat-F intervals. Some of the first-movement material was taken from an unfinished work that Yashiro began composing as a student on the subject of Oscar Wilde's Salome.

    Conductor: Takuo Yuasa
    Ulster Orchestra

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  • Kitaro - Matsuri


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    Revolutionary composer Kitaro is renowned for his ability to embody the spirituality of nature and humanity through his music, often using non-traditional instruments and extremely theatrical performance styles.  As a winner of Best New Age Album at the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards (for Thinking of You), Kitaro continues to inspire and create music that captures the vital, earthy, as well as ethereal aspects of existence.  Pioneer Entertainment is proud to present Best of Kitaro - the culmination of his most celebrated and bewitching performances: Kojiki: A Story in Concert, An Enchanted Evening, Light of the Spirit, and Tamayura.

    Song List

    01.  Opening Credits
    02.  Kokoro
    03.  Silk Road
    04.  Magma
    05.  Matsuri
    06.  The Field
    07.  Heaven & Earth
    08.  Koi
    09. Caravansary
    10. Fire
    11. Mercury
    12. Cosmic Love
    13. Dance Of The Sarasvati
    14. End Credits

    Approximate Running Time: 123 Minutes

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  • Ryuichi Sakamoto- Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence


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  • Yiruma, - River Flows in You


    ??? ??? ?? ??? “River Flows In You” 10??? ???? ??? ??? ??? ?? [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary]? ??? ??? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ??? 'Reminiscent', LG TV ???? 'Infinia', ????? OST '??'? ?? ?????. Yiruma, a popular Korean pianist and composer released the album [The Best Reminiscent 10th Anniversary] to commemorate 10th Anniversary. His most popular pieces include on the album including ‘River Flows in You’, ‘Kiss the Rain’ & ‘May Be’. Also includes 3 new tracks- ‘Infinia’, ‘Reminiscent’ & ‘Fairy Tale’. Youtube: Available on iTunes Twitter: Facebook: Music video by Yiruma performing River Flows In You. (C) 2011 Sony Music Entertainment Korea Inc.

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  • Ennio Morricone - The Best of Ennio Morricone - Greatest Hits


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    The Best of Ennio Morricone - Greatest Hits
    1. The Ecstasy of Gold (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) 0:00 - 3:22
    2. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 3:22 - 6:04
    3. Once upon a Time in the West 6:05 - 9:15
    4. For a Few Dollars More 9:16 - 13:05
    5. A Fistful of Dynamite 13:06 - 17:43
    6. Cinema Paradiso - Main Theme 17:44 - 20:13
    7. Chi Mai (Maddalena & Le professionel) 20:14 - 23:48
    8. La Califfa - The Lady Caliph / The Queen 23:48 - 26:27
    9. My Name is Nobody 26:27 - 29:37
    10. L'arena (Il Mercenario - The Mercenary / A Professional Gun) 29:38 - 34:23
    11. Un Monumento (I Crudeli – The Hellbenders) 34:23 - 36:55
    12. Misterioso e Ostinato (Faccia a Faccia - Face to Face) 36:56 - 39:17
    13. Un Amico (Revolver) 39:18 - 41:55
    14. Love Theme for Nata (Cinema Paradiso) 41:55 - 46:03
    15. Romanzo (1900 - Novecento) 46:04 - 50:12
    16. Romanza Quartiere (Quartiere) 50:12 - 53:51
    17. Il Figlio e la Nostalgia (The Law of the Desert) 53:52 - 57:41
    18. Ninna Nanna per Adulteri (Cuore di Mamma) 57:41 - 01:00:45
    19. Watch Chimes - Carillon's Theme (For a Few Dollars More) 01:00:45 - 01:01:57
    20. Tradimento Primo (Tepepa) 01:01:58 - 01:04:13
    21. Run, Man, Run (The Big Gundown) 01:04:13

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  • Top 10 Classical Music Composers


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  • Happy Birthday in the Styles of 10 Classical Composers


    During the past 2 years, I've covered these 10 classical composers in my How to Sound Like series. Each episode was uploaded on or around the composers' birthdays, and I dissected the characteristics of their music to construct versions of Happy Birthday in their styles. This is a fun, celebratory, and educational exercise, and in no way am I claiming that the authenticity of these versions is anything more than sincere attempts at trying to understand the intricacies of each composer. Please keep that in mind, and enjoy!

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  • Beautiful Japanese Piano Music ~ Relaxing Music for Sleeping And Studying


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  • Camille Saint-Saëns - Danse Macabre


    Danse Macabre (first performed in 1875) is the name of opus 40 by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns.

    The composition is based upon a poem by Henri Cazalis, on an old French superstition:

    Zig, zig, zig, Death in a cadence,
    Striking with his heel a tomb,
    Death at midnight plays a dance-tune,
    Zig, zig, zig, on his violin.
    The winter wind blows and the night is dark;
    Moans are heard in the linden trees.
    Through the gloom, white skeletons pass,
    Running and leaping in their shrouds.
    Zig, zig, zig, each one is frisking,
    The bones of the dancers are heard to crack—
    But hist! of a sudden they quit the round,
    They push forward, they fly; the cock has crowed.

    According to the ancient superstition, Death appears at midnight every year on Halloween. Death has the power to call forth the dead from their graves to dance for him while he plays his fiddle (represented by a solo violin with its E-string tuned to an E-flat in an example of scordatura tuning). His skeletons dance for him until the first break of dawn, when they must return to their graves until the next year.

    The piece opens with a harp playing a single note, D, twelve times to signify the clock striking midnight, accompanied by soft chords from the string section. This then leads to the eerie E flat and A chords (also known as a tritone or the Devil's chord) played by a solo violin, representing death on his fiddle. After which the main theme is heard on a solo flute and is followed by a descending scale on the solo violin. The rest of the orchestra, particularly the lower instruments of the string section, then joins in on the descending scale. The main theme and the scale is then heard throughout the various sections of the orchestra until it breaks to the solo violin and the harp playing the scale. The piece becomes more energetic and climaxes at this point; the full orchestra playing with strong dynamics.Towards the end of the piece, there is another violin solo, now modulating, which is then joined by the rest of the orchestra. The final section, a pianissimo, represents the dawn breaking and the skeletons returning to their graves.

    The piece makes particular use of the xylophone in a particular theme to imitate the sounds of rattling bones. Saint-Saëns uses a similar motif in the Fossils part of his Carnival of the Animals.
    [from Wikipedia]

    Artwork:Remedios Varo,Les Feuilles Mortes.
    Played by:National Philharmonic Orchestra,
    conductor:Leopold Stokowski.

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  • Toru Takemitsu - Between Tides, for violin, cello & piano


    Toru Takemitsu: Between Tides and Other Chamber Music.

    The Fujita Piano Trio :
    Arisa Fujita, violin.
    Honoka Fujita, cello.
    Megumi Fujita, piano.

    Toru Takemitsu (武満 徹 Takemitsu Tōru?, October 8, 1930 -- February 20, 1996) was a Japanese composer and writer on aesthetics and music theory. Largely self-taught, Takemitsu possessed consummate skill in the subtle manipulation of instrumental and orchestral timbre. He drew from a wide range of influences, including jazz, popular music, avant-garde procedures and traditional Japanese music, in a harmonic idiom largely derived from the music of Claude Debussy and Olivier Messiaen.
    In 1958, his Requiem for strings (1957) gained international attention, led to several commissions from across the world and settled his reputation as one of the leading Japanese composers of the 20th century. He was the recipient of numerous awards, commissions and honours; he composed over 100 film scores and about 130 concert works for ensembles of various sizes and combinations. He also found time to write a detective novel and appeared frequently on Japanese television as a celebrity chef.
    In the foreword to a selection of Takemitsu's writings in English, conductor Seiji Ozawa writes: I am very proud of my friend Toru Takemitsu. He is the first Japanese composer to write for a world audience and achieve international recognition.

  • Rock Canon Piano Version after Japan Composer Prof.Takushi Koyama


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  • Steve Reich, Music for 18 Musicians - FULL PERFORMANCE with eighth blackbird


    Music for 18 Musicians
    by Steve Reich
    Used with Permission by Hendon Music: An Imagem Company


    February 5, 2011
    Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
    Performance Produced by eighth blackbird
    Filmed by Dan Nichols, Nichols Media


    eighth blackbird
    Tim Munro, flutes (piano and marimba for this performance)
    Michael J. Maccaferri, clarinets
    Matt Albert, violin
    Nicholas Photinos, cello
    Matthew Duvall, percussion
    Lisa Kaplan, piano

    Third Coast Percussion
    Owen Clayton Condon, percussion
    Robert Dillon, percussion
    Peter Martin, percussion
    David Skidmore, percussion

    Meehan/Perkins Duo
    Todd Meehan, percussion
    Doug Perkins, percussion

    Guest Artists
    Sunshine Simmons, clarinets
    Adam Marks, piano
    Amy Briggs, piano
    Amy Conn, soprano
    Kirsten Hedegaard, soprano
    Susan Nelson, soprano
    Nina Heebinck, mezzo soprano

    This performance was made possible through the generous support of 
    The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation
    Prince Charitable Trusts
    The Illinois Arts Council
    The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs

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  • Pachelbel Canon in D Major - the original and best version.


    Pachelbel's Canon in D, performed on original instruments from the time of Pachelbel by the Early Music ensemble Voices of Music.
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    A. As instruments became modernized in the 19th century, builders and players tended to focus on the volume of sound and the stability of tuning. Modern steel strings replaced the older materials, and instruments were often machine made. Historical instruments, built individually by hand and with overall lighter construction, have extremely complex overtones—which we find delightful. Modern instruments are of course perfectly suited to more modern music.
    Q. Why is the pitch lower, or higher?
    A. Early Music performance uses many different pitches, and these pitches create different tone colors on the instruments. See
    Soundtrack at

    Performed on original instruments by San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music. Featuring Katherine Kyme, Carla Moore & Cynthia Freivogel, baroque violin; Tanya Tomkins, baroque cello, Hanneke van Proosdij, baroque organ; David Tayler, theorbo.
    About the performance: the canon is played using not only the instruments but also the bowing techniques from the time of Pachelbel. As you can see from the video, especially if you look at the high definition version, the string instruments are not only baroque, but they are in baroque setup: this means that the strings, fingerboard, bridge and other parts of the violin appear just as they did in Pachelbel's time. No metal hardware such as chinrests, clamps or fine tuners are used on the violins, allowing the violins to vibrate freely. A good example of baroque bowing can be seen in the extended passage of repeated notes: the musicians play these notes on one bow—the shorter & lighter baroque bow—to created a gliding effect. The players also hold the bow very differently which affects the balance and touch. Both the style and the amount of vibrato are based on baroque treatises which describe the methods for playing, bowing & articulation in the late 17th century. The narrow, shimmering vibrato blends with the baroque organ. The organ used is made entirely of wood, based on German baroque instruments, and the pipes are voiced to provide a smooth accompaniment to the strings, instead of a more soloistic sound. Another feature of the video is the subtle differences in not only the sound and color of the instruments, but also the different techniques of the players. All three are playing baroque violins with baroque bows, yet each person has her own distinct sound and bowing style—each bow has a different shape and balance. If you look at paintings of 17th century players you will see that they are all different, because that individuality of sound and technique was highly valued. This allows the players and the listeners to hear and appreciate the Voices of Music.

    Many comments refer to the pitch. D Major is a key, not a pitch; this piece is in D Major at A=415.3 Hz. We chose a baroque pitch and temperament from the time of Pachelbel. You can see the original manuscript that we played from here, clearly in the key of D Major with two sharps
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    Title: Canon in D
    Composer: Johann Pachelbel
    Genre: Classical

  • Great Composers Part 3: The Scandinavians


    I will make a second part of this video, but it will come out a bit later in the year, because now Im very busy trying to compose an orchestral suite, and its taking a lot of time.

    Personaly, the Scandinavian Composers are second on my favourite composer nationality list, at first coming the russians. After the Scandinavians come the Germans.

    I hope that you are enjoying the series. I know that the videos are taking some time to make, Im sorry about that.

    The pieces that I have chose for the video arent chosen because they are the best. They were hard choices that I had to make, and I didnt put more because of the time limit on YouTube.

    For Part 2, I need your help for other Scandinavian Composers, because I only have 3 more on my list, but I need at least 4 more.

    I hope you enjoy the music, and have a really nice day!

  • 1-Hour Anime Mix - Most Epic & Powerful - Best Of Anime Soundtracks


    One hour filled with powerful stunning anime soundtracks.
    Even if you don't watch animes this music is worth a listen!
    Come listen to Anime Music with us on

    Playlist is based on my own taste, if you think i totally forgot something,
    feel free to suggest any track at the comment section for future uploads.


    02:52 Aldnoah Zero - AcyOrt
    05:44 Seiken Tsukai no World Break - Dragon Heart
    08:36 Owari No Seraph - 1hundredknight:M
    11:32 Shingeki no kyojin - 進撃 st-hrn-egt20130629 巨人
    12:12 Shingeki no Kyojin - 進撃 vn-pf20130524 巨人
    13:35 DanMachi - Eiyuu Ganbou 英雄願望 〜アルゴイゥ卜~
    19:52 Akame Ga Kill! - Shiitagerareta Mono-tachi no Tame ni
    24:36 Log Horizon 2 - Main Theme
    26:50 Magi - Enfin apparu!!
    30:09 Accel World - Accelrated World
    32:27 Sword Art Online - Luminous Sword
    34:51 Mirai Nikki - 加藤達也 - Track01
    36:42 Magi - L'Arabesque Sindria
    40:23 Owari No Seraph - Tatakai no Toki
    41:36 Naruto Shippuuden - Shouryuu
    43:54 Fate/Zero - Back To Zero (Pandora Heaven Edit)
    49:26 Nanatsu no Taizai - 7角-the1
    51:15 Nanatsu no Taizai - GR雷
    53:27 Code Geass - Madder Sky
    56:19 Accel World - Silvery Wings
    58:00 Naruto Shippuuden - Shutsujin

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  • 14 Beautiful Female Classical Pianists


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  • Chiang Wen Yeh, Symphonia Universalis


    Chiang Wen-Yeh, Symphonia Universalis

    Moscow Conservatory Orchestra
    Leonid Nikolayev, conductor

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  • Over the Rainbow Japan Tour 2012 Anne Akiko Meyers and Yosuke Yamashita


    Over 8 months pregnant, Meyers toured Japan in 2012 to help raise awareness after the Great East Japan Earthquake that hit in 2011. 'Over the Rainbow' was a special encore presentation from Opera City Hall in Tokyo, Japan with jazz pianist, Yosuke Yamashita.

    Violin superstar, Anne Akiko Meyers, is one of the most in demand violinists in the world. Regularly performing as guest soloist with the world’s top orchestras, she presents ground-breaking recitals and a best-selling recording artist with 35 albums. Named Billboard’s top-selling traditional classical instrumental soloist, her albums debuted at #1 on Billboard classical charts. Meyers is known for her passionate performances, purity of sound, deeply poetic interpretations, innovative programming and commitment to commissioning new important works from composers.

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  • Naruto Motivational OST Collection


    Anime & Movies OST
    Composers: Toshio Masuda (Naruto), Yasuharu Takanashi (Naruto Shippuden/Movies)

    I hope you like it ;)

    Naruto [NA]
    Naruto Shippuden [NS]
    Naruto Shippuden the Movie - The Will Of Fire [WF]
    Naruto Shippuden the Movie - The Lost Tower [LT]
    Naruto Shippuden the Movie - Blood Prison [BP]
    Road to Ninja - Naruto the Movie [RN]
    The Last - Naruto the Movie [TL]

    [NS] Shippuden 00:00
    [BP] Gold-Brocaded Damask 2:05
    [RN] My Name 4:01
    [NS] Critical State 6:17
    [TL] Crescent Moon 8:32
    [LT] Flight 10:48
    [RN] Breakdown 12:59
    [WF] God of War 15:22
    [NS] Emergence Of Talents 17:33
    [NS] Heaven Shaking Event 19:44
    [BP] Beast 22:45
    [NS] Lightning Speed 24:28
    [NA] Strong and Strike 26:40
    [NA] Turn Over 28:46
    [WF] Flying Light 30:31
    [NS] Departure To The Front Lines 33:09
    [NA] Victory 35:16
    [NS] Naruto Main Theme '16 37:02


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  • 15 Minute Super Deep Meditation Music: Relax Mind Body, Inner Peace, Relaxing Music, ☯2563B


    15 Minute Super Deep Meditation Music: Relax Mind Body, Inner Peace, Relaxing Music, ☯2563B - Our relaxing Meditation Music is perfect for Deepak Chopra meditations, Buddhist meditation, Zen meditation, Mindfulness meditation and Eckhart Tolle meditation. This music is influenced by Japanese meditation music, Indian meditation music, Tibetan music and Shamanic music. Some benefits include cleansing the Chakra, opening the Third Eye and increasing Transcendental meditation skills. The work of Byron Katie, Sedona Method, Silva Method and the Secret highlights the fact that healing can occur through using the mind and being in the “now”. Healing Meditation can be practised using this music for best results.

    YellowBrickCinema composes Sleep Music, Study Music and Focus Music, Relaxing Music, Meditation Music (including Tibetan Music and Shamanic Music), Healing Music, Reiki Music, Zen Music, Spa Music and Massage Music, Instrumental Music (including Piano Music, Guitar Music and Flute Music) and Yoga Music. We also produce music videos with Classical Music from composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Bach.

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    Our instrumental music is specially designed to encourage and enhance relaxation, meditation, brain function and concentration, spa and massage therapy, and healing music therapy. In addition, we use binaural beats (Delta Waves, Alpha Waves and Theta Waves) to naturally encourage a state of relaxation which is perfect for concentration, meditation or deep sleep. Our long music playlists are perfect for your daily meditation and relaxation. Our music videos use light, beautiful, calming sounds (some with nature sounds) that leave you feeling refreshed.

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  • Inside the Mind of Hilary Hahn


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  • 坂東祐大:『めまい(2015)』(初演)いずみシンフォニエッタ大阪 Yûta Bandoh:Vertigo for grand ensemble


    Yûta Bandoh:Vertigo for grand ensemble (Commissioned by Izumi Sinfonietta Osaka, world premiere)

    “Vertigo for grand ensemble
    Notes by Yûta Bandoh

    This work was inspired by three types of “vertigo”. Firstly, the very famous film, Hitchcock’s Vertigo, secondly by the music for that film by Bernard Herrmann, and lastly by the real symptoms of vertigo. These are inseparably connected and are central to the concept of the work. Consisting of six sections, each depicts a different symptom – Tinnitus, Cramps, Tryphobia, Hyperventilation, Nausea and Hallucinosis. It is composed so that the audience can experience a sort of “vertigo” through these symptoms.

    Izumi Sinfonietta Osaka
    Conductor: Norichika Iimori
    Violin: Reiko Otani, Kazuhiro Takagi, Kazunori Sato, Hanako Tanimoto, Sayaka Mabuchi, Ryuhei Inoue, Machie Oguri, Ryoko Tanabe, Shoko Ikegawa/Viola: Nozomi Oe, Haruo Takeuchi, Shoko Mabuchi /Cello: Yutaka Hayashi, Shohei Uwamori/Double Bass: Shu Yoshida/Flute: Fumiko Ando/Oboe: Kenichi Furube/Clarinet: Nozomi Ueda/ Bassoon: Hidetaka Nakagawa/Horn: Satoshi Murakami, Hiroshi Kigawa/ Trumpet: Kazuaki Kikumoto /Trombone: Shin-ichi Go/Percussions: Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, Sumiko Ito, Mizuki Morimoto/Harp: Naori Uchida/ Piano: Noriko Ikariyama

    Performance date: July 18, 2015 “The 35th Regular Concert”
    Venue: Izumi Hall
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    Izumi Sinfonietta Osaka is one of the leading chamber orchestras in Japan, well known as a specialist in performing contemporary music. It is the resident orchestra of Izumi Hall, the acclaimed classical music concert hall in Osaka. The music director is the renowned composer Akira Nishimura.
    Since its debut on July 8, 2000, the orchestra has been developing its repertoire, giving the world premieres of 35 works (including 27 commissioned works). Most of them are new works by Japanese composers.

    The core ensemble comprises flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, piano, harp, strings and percussion, but it can be presented in various combinations according to the requirements of the works.
    Two original CDs have been released.
    Izumi Sinfonietta Osaka received the Osaka Performing Arts Prize in 2001.

    Music Director: Akira Nishimura,Principal Conductor: Norichika Iimori
    Concertmistress: Machie Oguri

    坂東祐大:めまい 2015(世界初演、いずみシンフォニエッタ大阪委嘱作品)


    チェロ:林裕、上森祥平 コントラバス:吉田秀


    いずみシンフォニエッタ大阪は、いずみホールのレジデント・オーケストラ。大阪出身の作曲家・西村 朗の提唱により2000年に結成。以来、新作の初演をはじめとする近現代作品を中心にレパートリーを拡大している。これまでの世界初演作品は35作品、うち、楽団による委嘱作品は27作品という演奏歴を誇る。メンバーは、関西在住または出身など、地元にゆかりの演奏家で構成されている。2001年に大阪舞台芸術賞受賞。

    音楽監督:西村朗 常任指揮者:飯森範親、コンサート・ミストレス:小栗まち絵

    このビデオは「いずみホール×大阪芸術大学 HD archive project」により、大阪芸術大学放送学科の学生たちが撮影・編集しました。

  • Soundstreams presents Furusato


    Furusato is a Japanese children's song composed by Teiichi Okano and written by Tatsuyuki Takada in 1914. The song laments the loss of and old (furu) village (sato) left behind by the rapid modernization that swept Japan in the late nineteenth century. Almost from the moment of its composition, 'Furusato' became an instant hit, and to this day is familiar to consecutive generations of Japanese.

    Recorded on March 5, 2013 at the 'Fujii Percussion & Voices' concert presented by Soundstreams At Koerner Hall in Toronto, Canada. Performed by Haruka Fujii, Mutuko Fujii, Rika Fujii, and the Toronto Children's Chorus, Chorale.

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  • 1 Hour - Best Music for Relaxing-Studying Vol.1 | Anime Edition


    Relaxing Music Mix

    ● Composed by:

    Yuki Kajiura: Sword Art Online
    Yasuharu Takanashi: Fairy Tail, Naruto Shippuden/Movies
    Yuki Hayashi: My Hero Academia, Haikyuu!! (with Asami Tachibana)
    Makoto Miyazaki: One Punch Man
    Evan Call: Violet Evergarden
    Hiroyuki Sawano: Attack on Titan
    Joe Hisaishi: Princess Mononoke
    Yukari Hashimoto: 3-gatsu no Lion
    Shinji Orito: Clannad
    Asami Tachibana: Darling in the FranXX

    ● Wallpaper:

    ● Vol.2:
    ● More Relaxing Music:

    I hope you like it ;)


    00:00 From Me to You | My Hero Academia
    02:50 Never Coming Back | Violet Evergarden
    05:06 Main Theme - Piano Version | Fairy Tail
    07:26 I've Seen too Much | Naruto Shippuden
    09:21 Breakdown | Haikyuu!!
    12:01 Mellow Twilight | My Hero Academia
    13:43 A Tiny Love | Sword Art Online
    15:21 Princess Mononoke Theme (Piano) | Princess Mononoke
    16:54 Theme of ONE PUNCH MAN -Sadness- | One Punch Man
    18:36 進撃gt20130218巨人 | Attack on Titan
    21:01 May 5 | 3-gatsu no Lion
    23:40 Roaring Tides II | Clannad
    27:50 Adults | Haikyuu!!
    29:25 Supportive Heart | My Hero Academia
    31:48 Charle no Kokuhaku | Fairy Tail
    34:17 The Long Night | Violet Evergarden
    36:49 Code:015 | Darling in the FranXX
    39:39 Ultear, Time of Life | Fairy Tail
    41:56 Cloudiness | Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
    44:54 Companions | Naruto Shippuden
    46:50 Everyday Life | Sword Art Online
    48:40 Main Theme 2014 - Piano Version | Fairy Tail
    51:18 Hero's Shadow | My Hero Academia
    53:05 Vita | Darling in the FranXX
    54:34 Charle no Kokuhaku (Music Box Version) | Fairy Tail
    56:31 Nostalgia | Naruto Shippuden
    58:27 Loneliness | My Hero Academia


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  • How To Make ANIME FIGHT Music


    Recently I got the privilege to compose an anime-style piece for Scott the Woz, and I wanted to break down the process and give some tips & tricks to getting that anime sound. Timestamps below.

    I livestream breakdowns on occasion, and it's a great place to chat about this stuff if you have questions, so consider dropping by!



    0:18 - How the piece came to be (what I referenced, who did what, etc)
    5:51 - Synths
    11:56 - Piano
    15:40 - Staccato hits & pushes
    16:15 - Bass
    18:48 - The challenges of composing for an animated scene
    20:20 - More about bass & bass compression
    21:40 - Drums
    32:49 - Rhythm guitars
    36:05 - Why I don't colorize my tracks
    37:07 - Fun chord movement I snuck in
    38:04 - Lead guitars
    38:43 - Other guitar ear candy
    40:28 - Gated synth
    41:42 - The Royal Road chord progression, one of Japan's most used chord prog's
    45:00 - Lil trick for getting more of a boom outta the final hit
    45:50 - Nick's orchestral work (& Josh's Sword Art Online-styled ominous guitar additions)
    48:48 - The anime strings



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  • N. Paganini Caprice no. 5 | Sumina Studer


    Sumina Studer, 19 years old, plays Niccolo Paganini's Caprice no. 5 from his 24 caprices for solo violin, Op. 1 in November 2016 at the Konzerthaus Berlin.
    She plays the original bowing.
    She is currently studying with Antje Weithaas.

    Enjoy, Like, Comment, Subscribe!

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  • Fire Emblem If BGM - End of All


    The battle theme for the final chapter of the Heirs of Fate DLC and the 4th verse of Hitori Omou, extended.

    In this dream, painted as if it were reality,
    The twin blades from their memory rise,
    Familiar faces flickering,
    As they sever the lies and illusions.
    ~Shigure's verse [translation credits to FE Wiki]

    Game: Fire Emblem If/Fates
    Developer: Intelligent Systems
    Publisher: Nintendo

    Vocals: Yoshimasa Hosoya

    Hiroki Morishita
    Takeru Kanazaki
    Yasuhisa Baba
    Rei Kondoh
    Masato Kouda


  • After school _ Shampoo MV


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    VIRGIN, a new definition on beauty
    After School is back with their full album VIRGIN, May of 2011, with previously-hidden lovely and feminine sentiments. The values sought after by After School, such as modern and refined sentiments, confident attitude, independent way of thinking, and the view on inner beauty, are told through music.

    As their first full-length album, all the songs of the album are worthy to be title songs, written by composers including Daishi Dance and Song Yang-Ha. The title song Shampoo has one of the best musical arrangements, written by the poet and composer Won Tae-Yun and the top Japanese composer Daishi Dance, with detailed and sentimental melodies played on the piano, as the softly expressed vocals and powerful rap come in harmony together.

    After school(アフタースクール) _ Shampoo



    아름다움에 대한 새로운 정의 [VIRGIN]
    2011년 5월, 지금까지 느껴보지 못한 사랑스러움과 페미닌한 감성을 담은 애프터스쿨이 정규앨범 [VIRGIN]을 들고 찾아왔다. 모던하고 세련된 감성, 자신감 넘치는 태도와 독립적인 사고방식, 그리고 내면의 아름다움을 바로 보는 시선, 바로 애프터스쿨이 추구하는 모든 것을 음악으로 이야기 한다.

    첫 번째 정규앨범인 'VIRGIN'은 다이시댄스, 송양하 등이 참여해 어느 곡 하나 타이틀 곡으로 손색 없을 정도로 앨범의 완성도를 높였다. 특히 타이틀곡인 'Shampoo'는 시인이자 작곡가인 원태연과 일본 최고의 작곡가 다이시 댄스가 만나 섬세하고 감성적인 피아노 선율이 만나 최고의 곡 구성을 이끌어 냈으며, 애프터스쿨이 표현하는 부드러운 보컬과 파워풀한 랩이 환상적으로 어우러져 높은 관심이 기대되고 있다.

  • The Chopin Album | Lang Lang | Talks At Google


    The Chopin Album -- Lang Lang's third album for Sony Classical -- includes the second set of Chopin's Études (op. 25), the Andante spianato & Grande Polonaise and a selection of shorter works that he has long enjoyed performing, including three Nocturnes and the Waltz op. 64 no. 1, popularly known as the Minute Waltz.

    Chopin speaks with such a universal voice, Lang Lang says. I genuinely believe he's a true ambassador for classical music among the great composers. He appeals to everyone.

    Chopin has accompanied Lang Lang throughout his career. One of the first pieces he learnt was the Grande Valse brillante in E-flat major op. 18 (included on this album), and it was Chopin's music that also carried him through a number of career-changing competitions, including Ettlingen (Germany) in 1994 and the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Sendai (Japan) in 1995, when he took First Prize performing Chopin's Second Piano Concerto. And it was with the Chopin Études that Lang Lang made his now-renowned Beijing Concert Hall recital at age 14 -- a performance that led to his studying with Gary Graffman at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia.

    The reason that Chopin's Études hold such a special place for pianists, says Lang Lang, is that they provide the training for so many different elements of technique. But they're not just studies, not just normal exercises -- not just for your fingers -- they help you develop how your mind works, and how you control the different layers of your emotional response.

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  • I made Meme Songs using Mario Paint Composer


    I made Meme Songs using Mario Paint Composer, it includes Megalovania, Old Town Road, B Lasagna, All Star, and many more...
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  • Nobuyuki Tsujii at White Nights


    Nobuyiki Tsujii, piano
    Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra
    Valery Gergiev

    This DVD will be available in January 2013. The blind up-and-coming Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii, an astonishing genius on his instrument, is playing for the first time ever under the Russian conductor Valery Gergiev at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg. During the White Nights Festival -- dedicated to the season of midnight sun -- he interprets works by the Russian composers Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Shostakovich, including Tchaikovsky's famous Piano Concerto No. 1 and Shostakovich's gloomy Symphony No. 14. As a bonus Nobuyuki Tsujii performs his own elegy for the victims of the tsunami in 2011, a stirring and moving piece dedicated to his home country Japan. Nobuyuki Tsujii piano, Olga Sergeyeva soprano, Yuri Vorobiev bass, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Valery Gergiev conductor. Live recording from the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, 8 July 2012. Not available in Japan.

    Pyotr Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23 Sergei Rachmaninov Prelude in G sharp minor, Op. 32, No. 12 Nobuyuki Tsujii Elegy for the Victims of the Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11, 2011 Pyotr Tchaikovsky November from The Seasons, Op. 37a Dmitri Shostakovich Symophony No. 14, Op. 135

  • Ennio Morricone - The Ecstasy of Gold - Theremin & Voice


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    Loving this music! :)

    Composed by Morricone for the legendary movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly featuring Clint Eastwood and heavily used by Metallica before the shows.

    Using the Etherwave Pro by Moog Music and RC-50 Loop Station, PS-6 Harmonist and DD-7 Digital Delay by Boss.


  • Introduction To The Composer // Johann Pachelbel


    Discover My Top Ten Secrets For Learning Music Theory FAST!

    Short biography introducing you to composer Johann Pachelbel.




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  • Naruto Beautiful Music Mix - Peaceful Soundtracks for Relaxing/Sleeping/Studying


    Naruto Music Mix
    Composers: Toshio Masuda (Naruto), Yasuharu Takanashi (Naruto Shippuden/Movies)

    Artwork by 錠間江:

    I hope you like it ;)


    00:00 Floating Dead Leaves | Naruto Shippuden
    02:05 Morning | Naruto
    03:36 Silent Song | Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire
    06:08 I've Seen too Much | Naruto Shippuden
    08:02 Daymare | The Last: Naruto the Movie
    09:59 Alone | Naruto
    11:37 Rain from a Cloudless Sky | Naruto Shippuden the Movie
    13:51 No Home | Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
    16:28 Peaceful (unreleased soundtrack) | Naruto Shippuden
    18:38 Shirohae | Naruto Shippuden
    21:20 Hinata vs Neji | Naruto
    24:29 Determination | Naruto Shippuden the Movie
    26:22 Loneliness | Naruto
    28:24 Little Song | The Last: Naruto the Movie
    29:58 Cloudiness | Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
    32:55 Autumn Light Chrysanthemum | Naruto Shippuden the Movie
    34:33 Halo | Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
    35:52 Snow | The Last: Naruto the Movie
    37:45 The Day | The Last: Naruto the Movie
    39:52 Recollection | Naruto Shippuden the Movie
    41:31 Byakuya | Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds
    42:58 Colorfull Mist | Naruto Shippuden
    45:09 Swaying Necklace | Naruto
    47:02 Oh Student and Teach Affection | Naruto
    50:14 Comet | Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
    52:19 Nostalgia | Naruto Shippuden


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  • Ol Atonal Music - Merle Hazard feat. Alison Brown


    A country singer reminisces, tunefully, about his late father, who was a composer of atonal music. Written and sung by Merle Hazard. Featuring Alison Brown and her friends. Produced by Alison Brown at Compass Sound Studio, Nashville, Tennessee. Available also on iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, etc. Video directed by John Moessner. Closed captions provided in English, auf Deutsch, en español, בעברית, Türkçe olarak. Visit Lyric at

  • Great Composers: The Japanese



    Let me explain to you viewers who these composers are.

    Nobuo Ueamtsu: He composes music for videogames, especially for the Final Fantasy series.
    He is largely self-taught.
    The fact that he composes music for video games might put some people off, but he has composed some really good music. He was my first musical inspiration.

    Toru Takemitsu: A well known Japanese composer. he is also largely self-taught.
    His influences include Claude Debussy, Anton Webern, Edgard Varèse, Arnold Schoenberg, and Olivier Messiaen, and also Japanese tradicional music.
    He has also composed music for films.

    Rentaro Taki: A well known composer of Japan. He was also a pianist. He composed music for piano, short vocal works and songs for children. His style is a fusion of Tradicional Japanese music and german romanticism, which he learned in the Liepzig Conservatory. He died at the early age of 23.

    Yuzo Toyama: Yuzo Toyama was born in Tokyo in 1931. He studied composition under Kan-ichi Shimofusa, a pupil of Hindemith and a conducting student of Kurt Wss and Wilhelm Loibner, both of whom conducted the NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo in the 1950s. Toyama has served as the principal conductor of a number of orchestras in Japan. As a composer he has been under the influence of Bartok and Shostakovich in particular, and like Kodly he attaches great importance to the use of folk melodies in his works.

    I think that it is important to listen to music from different cultures and that way you can picture that culture and listen to what people in that culture were thinking. I also believe that its important to listen to different kinds of music, because it helps a person develope as a musician.

    There might possibly be a part 2 of this video, but I'm not certain yet, because my knowledge on asian composers is very little.

    I will be uploading some more pieces from Bortkiewicz and after that I will be uploading music from these composers!
    I hope you have enjoyed the video!

    (I had to reupload the video because I made a huge mistake)

  • the best japanese composers


    I picked some of them, enjoy!

  • Great Japanese Composers Vol 1


    Compilation of some of the great contemporary Japanese composers for audiovisual media.


    1. Spring Snow (Taro Iwashiro)
    2. Ballad (Naoki Sato)
    3. Haru e Natsu (Toshiyuki Watanabe)
    4. Onna Joshu Naotora (Yoko Kanno)
    5. Furinkazan (Akira Senju)
    6. Goemon (Akihiko Matsumoto)
    7. Gravity Rush 2 (Kohei Tanaka)
    8. Komyo ga Tsuji (Reijiro Koroku)
    9. Works for Soundtracks - Satoyama (Yuki Kajiura)
    10. Tatta Hitotsu no Koi (Yoshihiro Ike)
    11. Hana Yori Dango (Yamashita Kousuke)
    12. Legend of Four Gods (Joe Hisaishi)
    13. Jintai Shinpi no Kyodai (Kenji Kawai)
    14. Ztsuen no Tempest (Michiru Oshima)
    15. Karei naru Ichizoku (Takayuki Hattori)

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  • Top Ten Piano Composers


    Ya, so this is a list of my top ten piano composers.

    Ya, I know it's really long

    Ya, I know it says subtitle text here under all the names, that wont happen next time.

    Ya....Enjoy! :D

  • 3 HOURS OF RELAXATION - The Monastery Garden Relaxing Audio


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  • Yoshitsune by Junko Ueda satsuma biwa in Valleraugue, France


    Live recording of the Japanese satsuma-biwa player / singer Junko Ueda performing Yoshitsune at the 10th Festival of Arts and Poetry in Valleraugue (Gard) France on 19th May 2012. This video contains various excerpts of the original 23 minutes performance.

    Junko Ueda
    A musical performance of Junko Ueda extends Japanese ancient sound into modern times. Both the satsuma-biwa story-telling tradition as well as shomyo Buddhist chanting are unique musical treasures which have been passed on from generation to generation.
    Junko Ueda, born in Tokyo, Japan, is Japanese singer and satsuma-biwa player, presenting Japanese traditional biwa music (story-telling) and shômyô Buddhist chanting. Ueda studied satsuma-biwa with the famous Kinshi Tsuruta and Buddhist shômyô-chanting with Kôshin Ebihara. She studied composition (under o.a. Jôji Yuasa) at the Tokyo College of Music. Ueda is based in Europe/Japan and has presented her concert, shômyô vocal workshop and other collaborations at music festivals all over the world (e.g. with flutist Wil Offermans; cellist Yo Yo Ma; the Dutch Nieuw Ensemble; and composers Jean-Claude Eloy, Akemi Naito, Keiko Harada). Ueda is also specialized to perform the pieces of Japanese composer Tôru Takemitsu. Her traditional biwa music CDs 'Heike Monogatari' (CD650 VDE/AIMP Geneva) and 'Satsuma Biwa' (ARN64577 Arion, Paris / Ethnomad, Geneva) received several prizes e.g. the Grand Prix du Disque, Academie Charles Cros, Paris and Choc Le Monde de la Musique, Paris.

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    Heike-Monogatari (The Tale of the Heike) is a well-known Japanese epic, which has been performed during the ages in many different versions and styles, however the main characteristic - its reciting - always has been present. The stories are based on the Buddhist idea of cause and effect and human life's impermanence. Heike-Monogatari describes the short-term prosperity of the Heike clan, from the beginning of the twelfth century till their ruin in 1185, when they lost their war with the Genji clan from Kamakura (just south of nowadays Tokyo). Heike was located in the Kyoto area, but during the war, while attempting to escape, they gradually moved southwards, so that most of the famous war stories happened somewhere in the Inland Sea of Seto.

    In the Heike-Monogatari, Yoshitsune is described as the hero of the Genji-clan, who brought victory to the Genji in the historical war with the Heike-clan. After the naval battle at Dan-no-Ura, where the Heike was completely defeated, the Genji settled their government at Kamakura (South of nowadays Tokyo), from where they ruled the country (1192-1333; known as the Kamakura period). Yoritomo was the general of Genji and the elder brother of Yoshitsune. However Yoshitsune strongly swore his allegiance to Yoritomo, Yoritomo suspected that Yoshitsune secretly intended to take over the government. At last, Yoritomo commanded to kill Yoshitsune, which forced Yoshitsune to escape. The three episodes are performed as one piece.

    1. Funa-Benkei
    Yoshitsune is sailing at Daimotsu-no-Ura (an inlet in the Seto inner sea) escorted by Benkei, a faithful vassal. In stormy weather, ghosts of the Heike-clan appear around Yoshitsune and Benkei's boat. The ghost of Tomomori, who was commander of Heike and was killed by Yoshitsune at Dan-no-Ura, tries to pull down Yoshitsune and Benkei to the bottom of the sea. However, when Benkei recites his prayers and uses his beads, the ghost calms down and moves away.

    2. Yoshino-Shizuka
    When Yoshitsune arrives at Yoshino (nowadays Nara prefecture), his mistress Shizuka is already waiting for him. Yoshitsune informs her about the difficult situation he is facing and in a tearful scene of separation, he advises her to leave him and to wait for his return.

    3. Ataka
    Yoshitsune, Benkei and their porters disguise themselves as Buddhist monks. Then, they arrived at the frontier station Ataka (nowadays Ishikawa prefecture). The head guard seems to have noticed something suspicious about one monk, who is the disguised Yoshitsune himself. To draw attention, Benkei shouts toward Yoshitsune, Go on porter, you loafer, get through there!, and Benkei beats Yoshitsune with a heavy stick. The head guard Togashi - understanding the situation - realizes Benkei's faithful heart and let them pass the frontier post. Just after crossing the Ataka frontier post, Yoshitsune takes Benkei's hand and thanks him for saving his life. Benkei start crying, asking his master's forgiveness for having beaten him. Finally, they continue their exile travel towards Michinoku (in the Tôhoku-area, North of Japan) on a cold, rainy morning in February just before dawn.

  • Music for Sleep: Relaxation, Meditation, Harmony, Calm


    Music for Deep Sleep, Relaxing, Meditation, music for sleep and meditation, Music is perfect for relaxing and enjoying deep sleep. Our music relieves stress, fights insomnia and promotes good sleep. This is calm, instrumental music. Delta waves help you completely relax and fall asleep. You can listen to our relaxing music as a background, during meditations, or to relax and enjoy quiet music before going to bed. Soothing, soothing music will help you relax and enjoy a deep sleep.

    Music videos are specially created for you to relax your body and soul. It is suitable for babies, children, teenagers and adults who need slow, beautiful, soft, soothing music to fall asleep. Treat it as a form of meditation, hypnosis, during which you smoothly plunge into the beautiful world of Wellness sleep.

    we compose music for Sleep, music for Learning and music for Concentration, music for Relaxation, music for Meditation (including Tibetan Music and Shamanic Music), music for Healing, Reiki Music, Zen Music, SPA Music and Massage Music, Instrumental Music (including Piano Music, Guitar Music, Flute music) and Yoga Music. We also create videos with Classical Music by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Bach.

    Our music is popular for the following reasons:

    ►Music for Learning and Concentration:
    Our music for Learning uses powerful alpha Waves and Binaural Rhythms that improve concentration and the ability to think, and is ideal for stress relief. Music for Learning and music for Concentration is a relaxing, instrumental music that promotes learning, helps you focus and prepare for an important test or exam, and naturally achieve a state of concentration that is ideal for work and learning.

    we also create music videos with Classical Music for Teaching based on the work of such outstanding composers as Mozart and Bach. These videos help you focus and help you learn.

    ►Music for Relaxation, Meditation and Healing:
    Our relaxing music is the perfect accompaniment for Deepak Chopra or Eckhart Tolle Meditations, as well as Buddhist Meditation, Zen Meditation, and Mindfulness Meditation. This music is influenced by Japanese and Indian meditation music, as well as Tibetan and shamanic music. Examples of positive effects of music are clearing the Chakras, opening the Third Eye, and improving the technique of Transcendental Meditation. The works of Byron Katie, the Sedona Method, the Silva Method, and the Secret emphasize the fact that healing occurs through the use of consciousness and absolute presence in the”Present. Listening to this music in Healing Meditation helps you achieve better results.

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    Our light instrumental music will help you relax after a long day at work. Spa music, sounds of nature and rain, light instrumental music and piano music that are used in these melodies contribute to complete relaxation. The yellowbrickcinema music channel is ideal for massage treatments. Our music promotes relaxation of the body and mind.

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    ► instrumental music:
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    Classical Music is ideal for learning, reading, sleeping (for adults and children) and General relaxation. Use music of the best quality from the world's most famous composers – such as Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi, Debussy, Brahms, Handel, Chopin, Schubert, Haydn, Dvorak, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and many others.

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  • 18 Famous Composers Play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


    From new piano album - The Young Persons Guide to Composition - 126 Variations on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star by Julian Yu, Published by Zen-On Music co. ltd. JAPAN. Out Soon!

  • 【2018年度 クリニック2】課題曲Ⅲ / 吹奏楽のための「ワルツ」 ※伊藤康英 with Composers


    洗足学園音楽大学 Senzoku Gakuen College of Music

    『2018年度 全日本吹奏楽コンクール 課題曲クリニック』

    《課題曲Ⅲ》高 昌帥 / 吹奏楽のための「ワルツ」
    ▼作曲者:高 昌帥
    ▼講師:伊藤 康英
    ▼モデルバンド:洗足学園音楽大学グリーン・タイ ウインド・アンサンブル
    ▼指揮:近藤 久敦

    ◆クリニック2 全曲再生リスト

    また作曲家伊藤康英氏による「伊藤康英 with Composers」と題し、課題曲作曲者とディスカッション。クリニック1~3全てに登場し、楽曲の内容、演奏のポイントなどを解説します。




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  • Jacob Avshalomov, Evocations, Concerto for Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra


    Jacob Avshalomov, Evocations, Concerto for Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra

    1. Allegro giocoso
    2. Lento
    3. Allegro con grazia

    Robert Alemany, clarinet
    Czech National Symphony Orchestra,
    JoAnn Falletta, conductor

    Jacob Avshalomov (March 28, 1919 – April 25, 2013) was an American composer and conductor.
    Jacob Avshalomov was born on March 28, 1919 in Tsingtao, China. His father was Aaron Avshalomov, the Siberian-born composer known for oriental musical materials cast in western forms and media; his mother was from San Francisco. Jacob received musical instruction from his father starting at a young age. At eight years old Avshalomov visited Portland from China with his parents and were guests of Jacques Gershkovitch for several months in 1927. Aaron Avshalomov had become friends with Gershkovitch in the Orient (Jacob was three years old when the two met). However, because they did not hold permanent visas the family returned to China.

    Avshalomov graduated from British and American schools before age fifteen, then worked as a factory supervisor in Tientsin, Shanghai and Beijing over a span of four years. Avshalomov was also active in sports and won the diving championship of North China.
    In 1937, Avshalomov assisted his father in Shanghai with ballet production and working on scores. He then enlisted with a British volunteer corps following Japan's invasion of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War, and eventually returned to the United States with his mother in December 1937. Avshalomov spent a year in Los Angeles studying with Ernst Toch, followed by two years in Portland, Oregon to attend Reed College (1939–1941).
    During this time he studied with Gershkovitch and participated in the Portland Junior Symphony. He then spent two years at the Eastman School of Music to study composition and orchestration with Bernard Rogers. During World War II he lived in London, where he conducted a performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's St John Passion.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Classical Music - Chinese composers, Qu Xiao Song




    This scene from the documentary Broken Silence presents Qu Xiao Song, the celebrated Chinese composer of contemporary classical music.

    'Broken Silence' is a documentary by director Eline Flipse. The documentary is a visually arresting exploration of the fate of music after China's Cultural Revolution and won many international awards, including the prestigious Grand Prix of Visions du Real in Nyon, Switzerland.

    It focuses on five prominent Chinese composers - Qi Gang Chen, Tan Dun, Wenjing Guo, Qu Xiao-Song, Mo Wuping - who only came into contact with Western classical music, which was labelled anti-revolutionary, in the late seventies.

  • Becker & Mukai - Stellar Surf


    Since 2016, friends and producers Jean-Gabriel Becker and Susumu Mukai have made an unlikely pairing - the Parisian cinema composer known for his idiosyncratic soundscapes meeting with the world renowned Japanese percussionist and multi-instrumentalist to produce new music that sits somewhere beyond traditional genres and gets the kind of producers who’ve heard it all excited again.

    Susumu Mukai, originally from Kanagawa, Japan, is one of London’s most sought after composers and multi-instrumentalists and his current list of collaborators reads like a Best of London’s electronic scene- from Floating Points to Vanishing Twin and Fimber Bravo. As Zongamin, he was a cult figure of the experimental dance movement and his collaboration with Jean Gabriel Becker is the long-awaited next example of his musical virtuosity.

    Jean-Gabriel Becker, originally from Paris, is a prolific composer for cinema, collaborating with the likes of Massive Attack to produce acclaimed cinematic soundtracks. He produces music under various guises from Jeanga And George and Economy Wolf to Lux Prima.

    As Becker & Mukai, the two held improvisation sessions in a state of the art gear den in Shoreditch around 2017. They often started as experimental and spontaneous and soon evolved as the duo found their own palette, combining (almost certainly for the first time) Tunisian flutes and West-African shekeres with FM synthesisers and Eventide harmonizers.

    The recordings were first released in 2018 as EP “Eyes” - shambolic, contemplative and full of energy. Mainly, it was so unusual. It acquired fans in the places hardest to please - Love Vinyl included it in their best of the year. NTS played it on repeat and the record became a cult favourite among leftfield electronic producers including Andrew Weatherall, JD Twitch / Optimo and Pedro Winter.

    In 2019, Becker & Mukai collaborated with label mates Auf Togo to deliver a more dance- oriented EP, where space disco met experimental electronics. Again, tastemakers and DJs fell for the in-classifiable quality of the music, championed by the hugely influential Dublab in California and Sonar Kollektiv in Berlin, to name just a few...

    Time Very Near, their tentacular new album gathers sounds and inspiration from an ever- expanding palette of influences, still not complying to genres and formats, with inspiration taken from psychedelia, world music, acid house and experimental music. The unexpected meeting of sounds, the unlikely mixing of instruments...

    The artwork on the front sleeve is an homage to collage artists of the past and uses various techniques and textures to create a coherent whole, much like the music does.

  • Great Composers: The Spanish Part 1


    Hello Everyone!
    This is the next part of the series Great Composers, and I thought I would make it of the Spanish. This is only part 1 of the Spanish composers, because there are many more that need to be included.

    I have not been active on YouTube for quite some time. If you wish to know why, watch the video previous to this one, because I have left a description there.

    Now, most of you might already know the music of this video, because I did put some well known pieces in it. In part 2, I will add less known composers, and less known music but that are still masterpieces, like the pieces that are played in this video.

    Please leave a comment expressing your opinion about this countries music. Even though I live in Spain, I'm not a big fan of Spanish classical music. I much prefer the Scandinavian and Russian classical music. What is your opinion?

    I will be uploading a composition of mine before the new year. It is an Elegy for piano, my last piece of Op.1.

    I hope you have enjoyed the video!

  • Hope of the Future - 未来への希望(抜粋)


    楽譜はカナダのLes Productions d'OZから出版されています。

    This composition is dedicated to Jin-ichiro Inoue who was born in Fukushima prefecture. This is the first performance by him on May 24th, 2014.

    #About Introduction and the 3rd movement
    Once Japanese government asked to several songwriters to write songs for children and they put the songs in the textbook of the elementary school. Some of such songs are still broadly known in Japan. The introduction is the original figure of the song “Furusato”, which is one of such well-known songs. I can safely assume “Furusato” is known for almost all Japanese.

    Initially names of composers and lyric writers of this kind of songs were hidden, and all songs were regarded as of Japanese goverment. Later researchers tried to identify the songwriters. “Furusato” is said to be composed by Mr. Teiichi Okano though some are saying it is doubtful.

    The word “Furusato” literally means “one’s birth place”. But this word is generally used only when a person has positive feeling for his/her birth place. When one says “I don’t have a furusato”, that means either, the person doesn’t know where s/he was born, or his/her birth place became a place which isn’t worth to be visited. So “Furusato” can mean one’s soul place.

    #About the 1st movement
    Here, two famous folk songs of Fukushima prefecture and the official song of this prefecture, “Kenmin no Uta” is used, to describe calm days before the year 2011 in this prefecture. The use of this official song in this movement is allowed by the governor of Fukushima prefecture, as “25知第368号”.

    A music score is available at a Canadian publisher, Les Productions d'OZ.



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