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  • Performer: Yasushi Akutagawa
  • Album: 地獄変
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  • Released: 1969
  • Style: Soundtrack
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Yasushi Akutagawa, The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra - 地獄変 download album

Symphony Poem "JIGOKU-HEN" for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra アルトサクソフォンと管弦楽 .

Album · 2002 · 8 Songs. By Yasushi Akutagawa - Ryusuke Numajiri & Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.

The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (TSO), also known as Tōkyō Kōkyō Gakudan, is a Japanese orchestra, established in 1946 as the Toho Symphony Orchestra (東宝交響楽団) and based in Kawasaki. TSO acquired its current name in 1951. The Orchestra has been performing at many prestigious venues in Japan, including Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall, and Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall. Apart from numerous classical works, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra recorded scores for The Return of Godzilla (1984) and Star Fox: Assault (2005) video-game.

The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (東京交響楽団 Tōkyō Kōkyō Gakudan) or TSO, was established in 1946 as the Toho Symphony Orchestra (東宝交響楽団). It assumed its present name in 1951. Based in Kawasaki, the TSO performs in numerous concert halls and serves as pit orchestra for some productions at New National Theatre Tokyo, the city's leading opera house.

Tetsuji Honna, Yasushi Akutagawa, Orchestra Nipponica, Jun Koda - Film Music Suite ''Yatsuhakamura'': 1. Norowareta Chino Shuuen 03:01. Tetsuji Honna, Yasushi Akutagawa, Orchestra Nipponica, Jun Koda - Film Music Suite ''Yatsuhakamura'': 2. Main Title 02:13. Tetsuji Honna, Yasushi Akutagawa, Orchestra Nipponica, Jun Koda - Film Music Suite ''Yatsuhakamura'': 3. Zansatsu! Sanjuu Ninin Goroshi 02:07

Orchestra: New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Takuo Yuasa. Composer: Yasushi Akutagawa. Akutagawa-sensei was a student of Akira Ifukube, and that influence certainly shows in every piece on this recording. The ELLORA SYMPHONY was inspired after a trip the composer took to the town of Ellora in India; it is a violently modern symphonic depiction of the sexually explicit cave art he encountered in that region. The rhythmic ostinato and explosive percussion will give any good sound system a run for its money and will leave the listener breathless, agitated and astounded.

Yasushi Akutagawa: Ellora Symphony; Trinita Sinfonica Rapsodia per Orchestra. Rapsodia for orchestra. New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Takuo Yuasa.

Andantino Yasushi Akutagawa; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri. 6. Allegro Yasushi Akutagawa; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri. 7. Kobiki-Uta for Orchestra Kiyoshige Koyama; Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Ryusuke Numajiri. Ryusuke Numajiri, principal conductor of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, leads the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in a mesmerizing performance of traditional and contemporary Japanese orchestral works. 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters. Recorded at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space from 25th to 27th July, 2000 Producer: Andrew Walton (K&A) Engineer: Tony Faulkner Post-production: Emma Stocker, Andrew Walton.

Tracklist

A1 地獄変 Jigoku-Hen
A2 桜会の夜曲 Sakurakai No Yakyoku
B1 祈り Inori
B2 終曲 Shukyoku

Notes

Jigoku-Hen Soundtrack Recording.
4trk 7inch with Gatefold Hard Cover.
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