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While possessing a stylistically distinct sound, Hisaishi’s music has been known to explore and incorporate different genres, including minimalistexperimental electronicEuropean classicaland Japanese classical. Lesser known are the other musical roles he plays; he is also a typesetterauthor, arranger, and conductor. He has been associated with animator Hayao Miyazaki sincehaving composed scores for all but one of his films.

He is also recognized for the soundtracks he has provided for filmmaker ‘Beat’ Takeshi Kitanoincluding A Scene at the SeaSonatineKids ReturnHana-biKikujiroand Dollsas well for the video game series Ni no Kuni.

He was a student of legendary anime composer Takeo Watanabe. When he started learning violin in the Violin School Suzuki Shinichi at the age of four, he found his passion in music.

Also, when he was young, he was taken to a movie theatre and watched movies for 4 years. This had strongly influenced his current job. Realizing his love, he attended the Kunitachi College of Music in to major in music composition.

Hisaishi collaborated with minimalist artists as a typesetter, furthering his experience in the musical world. He enjoyed his first success of the business in when he composed music for the anime series called Gyatoruzu. This and other early works were created under his given name. In the s, Japanese popular musicelectronic musicand new-age music flourished; those genres, as well as the Yellow Magic Orchestra a Japanese electronic band in —influenced Hisaishi’s compositions.

He developed his music from minimalist ideas and expanded toward orchestral work. AroundHisaishi presented his first public performance, spreading his name around his community. Also, fromhe had worked for Brass Compositions for a long time.

As his works were becoming well known, Hisaishi formulated an alias inspired by Quincy Jonesan African-American musician and producer. Hisaishi and the director of the animated film, Hayao Miyazakibecame great friends and would work together on many future projects. Inhe founded his own recording studio—the wonder station. Their collaboration has invited comparisons to the collaborations of Steven Spielberg and John Williams.

This big break led to Hisaishi’s overwhelming success as a composer of film scores. Castle in the Skywould be the first feature to appear under the Studio Ghibli banner, and its gentle, faintly melancholic tone would become a familiar trademark of much of the studio’s later output. As Hisaishi strengthened his reputation as one of the budding anime industry’s top musical contributors, his compositions including eight theatrical films and one OAV would proceed to become some of the very hallmarks of early anime in the s and s.


He noe scored the sci-fi adventure series Mospeadawhich was later reworked without his music into the third segment of Carl Macek’s compilation, Robotech.

Curtain Calland Kimagure Orange Road: As more exposure was given to Hisaishi and the anime industry, his career grew. He initiated a solo career, began to produce music, and hhisaishi his own label Wonder Land Inc.

A year later, Hisaishi released his solo album Pretender as the first album under the new label. InHisaishi provided the soundtrack to the Winter Paralympics. The following year, he composed the music for the third installment in a series of popular computer-animated educational films about the human body. Again inhe composed the score for the Takeshi Kitano film Kikujirowhose title track Summer went on to become one of Hisaishi’s most recognizable compositions.

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On October 6, Hisaishi made his debut as a film director in Quartethaving also written both its music and script. The film received excellent reviews at the Montreal Film Festival. His first soundtrack for a foreign film, Le Petit Poucetwas released in the same year. Hisaishi has a large fan base in Korea due to the popularity of Miyazaki films. InHisaishi released a studio album, Asian X. The erhu player of the Chinese band 12 Girls Band Zhan Li Jun played in a live concert featuring music from that album.

In August he arranged and performed in a concert conducting the World Dream Symphony Orchestra, [5] and playing the piano on the occasion of his having worked for 25 years with the Animations of Hayao Miyazaki. Hisaishi also released a new solo album in early featuring tracks from Shellfish and Departures. This honor is extended to those “who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures.

As a result of his work throughout the years, Hisaishi has won the Japanese Academy Award for Best Music seven times—in[14][15][16][17][18][19] and In Novemberhe was awarded with a Medal of Honour with purple ribbon by the Government of Japan. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Japanese. February Click [show] for important translation instructions.


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