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Takashi Niigaki / Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany" album mp3
Symphony
  • Performer:
    Takashi Niigaki / Tokyo Chamber Orchestra
  • Title:
    Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany"
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  • Style:
    Symphony
  • Date of release:
    November 16, 2016
  • Size FLAC version
    1416 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1911 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1792 megabytes
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    4.8
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Takashi Niigaki (新垣 隆 Niigaki Takashi, born 1 September 1970) is a Japanese composer and music teacher, known for having composed pieces on behalf of the celebrated allegedly-deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi, and for admitting his role in this deception in 2014 prior to the use of one of his pieces at the 2014 Winter Olympics by figure skater Daisuke Takahashi.

Tokyo Chamber Orchestra.

Tokyo Chamber Orchestra – тема. Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany". 2016 Universal Classics & Jazz, a division of UNIVERSAL MUSIC LLC. Released on: 2016-11-16. Composer Lyricist: Takashi Niigaki. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Album: Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany". Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany": Best 2 songs. Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - I 14:43. Kunihiro Nakamura, Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - III 04:21. Album: Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany". Kunihiro Nakamura, Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - I Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany", 2016 14:43. Kunihiro Nakamura, Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - III Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany", 2016 04:21

Recording Live at Fukushima City Concert Hal, 2016. Tracklist: Takashi Niigaki (. 970). Symphony "Litany 1. I. - 14:43 2. II. - 12:40 3. III. - 15:37 Piano Concerto "Rebirth" 4. - 8:45 5. - 6:00 6. - 4:27 7. Green Floating Eternally 5:21

Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany" - I, II, III and 7 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Kunihiro Nakamura. Count: 7. Views: 1. Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany" tracks.

Takashi Niigaki: Symphony "Litany". Takashi Niigaki, Tokyo Chamber Orchestra. 2016 Live At Fukushima City Concert Hall, 2016.

Takashi Niigaki: Symphony 'Litany'. Live At Fukushima City Concert Hall, 2016. Catalogue No: 0681685. Tokyo Chamber Orchestra. Takashi Niigaki (strings conductor).

Tokyo Chamber Orchestra Takashi Niigaki, piano conducted by Takashi Niigaki (Symphony, Green Floating Eternally) conducted by Kunihiro Nakamura (Piano Concerto) At the time, it looked like curtains not only for Samuragochi's career for also for the career of Niigaki - but thankfully public sympathy shifted to the underdog and Niigaki fashioned a career as a composer under his own steam. In the sleeve notes for the Hiroshima symphony, a thoroughly-duped Seiji Choki writes that Samuragochi had written TWELVE symphonies previously but destroyed them (presumably) in a fit of artistic perfectionism with the view of making the "Hiroshima" symphony his first official opus.

Credits

Takashi Niigaki - Primary Artist
Tokyo Chamber Orchestra - Primary Artist