Takechi Tetsuji Film Score Composer
Tue Jun 27 13:12:07 EDT 2006
Thanks for your help&answsers!
Which other Takechi's movie was Shiba involved in?
Did this composer made other soundtrack for 'experimental&new wave' director?
Selon Michael McCaskey <mccaskem at georgetown.edu>:
> I'm sorry I left your other question unanswered--
> The score composer's name is:
> Shiba Sukehisa
> There don't seem to be any CD's of his work that I can see. He is a serious,
> prolific composer, and it looks as if he only did the scores for two Takechi
> films, and for no other films ever again.
> If you want to go very deeply into Shiba's music, it's all available in
> print--in an (at least) 13-volume set of books of Shiba's complete sheet
> music--each volume or subset is categorized by the type of
> composition/arrangement. Some vols. are piano, some choral, etc. etc.
> If you are a musician, and can read music, there's enough there to last for
> years, and 11 of the vols. are available now for direct purchase from Amazon
> Japan, if you'd like to get any of them.
> The URL where the 11 available books are is below (you need to copy the whole
> thing, and then paste it in the browser search window).
> The ISBN for vol. 1 is:
> ISBN: 4276495016 (1998/12/10)
> Michael McCaskey
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: eigagogo at free.fr
> Date: Friday, June 23, 2006 1:21 pm
> Subject: Takechi Tetsuji informations
> > Hello all,
> > I am currently viewing some Takechi's movies, and i wondered if
> > anyone had
> > information about:
> > - his theatre diretor carrier. Takechi had apparently a major in
> > modern kabuki
> > and i am very curious to compare his kakubi&movie works.
> > i found this promising link, but i can't manage to acces the file
> > (and got no
> > answer from the journal publisher).
> > http://muse.jhu.edu/cgi-
> > bin/access.cgi?uri=/journals/asian_theatre_journal/v020/20.1takechi.html
> > - his less known work 'Dream of the Red Chamber' which had
> > problems with
> > Japanese Censors, his 'Zankoku' dyptic. Were they similar to his
> > more famous
> > works or something more commercial?
> > - Daydream(64) 's soundtrack. Quite an interesting soundrack which
> > mix old
> > japanese instrument with electronics sound&echoes. Who's the man
> > responsiblefor this haunting work?
> > Thanks!
> > Martin
> > --
> > Cin?ma japonais sur eigagogo.free.fr
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