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Rebecca Huang

on 19 September 2012

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Present by: Rebecca Huang Joe Hisaishi Who is Joe Hisaishi?? He is a famous musician who from Japan.
Born at December 6, 1950.
he started to take violin lessons at age five, no later he discovered his passion for music.
In 1969 to major in music composition. More about Hisaishi Hisaishi's explore and incorporate different genres.
Experimental electronic
European classical
Japanese classical. Not many people know, he also a typesetter, author, arranger, and head of an orchestra. Music Style BUT He is best known for his work with animator Hayao Miyazaki. My Neighbor Totoro Princesse Mononoke Spirited Away Howls Moving Castle The Castle in the Sky The animation films by Hayao Miyazaki
would lose much of their magic
without the sublime music of Joe Hisaishi. Influence from Hisaishi In the 1970s, Japanese popular music, electronic music, and new-age music flourished.
those genres, as well as the Yellow Magic Orchestra (a Japanese electronic band in 1978–1983)
Head of the orchestra is Hisaishi. Most of Myazaki's animation's
background music is make by
Hisaishi. He developed his music from minimalist ideas and expanded toward orchestral work. Discography Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 1983-11-25
Castle In the Sky 1986-09-25
My Neighbor Totoro 1988-09-25
Porco Rosso1992-07-22
................... His compositions for the many Miyazaki films to be among the most breathtaking.
His elegant and memorable melodies coupled with intense attention to the underlying harmonic properties is spectacular. To me, his masterpieces seem to be reminiscent of the Romantic Period. Video END There is little in common with Joe Hisaishi's music and pop.
Different harmonic progressions, range of melody, cadence, and resolution not with standing the differences in medium.
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