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  4. May 19,  · Naxos brings us six widely varied pieces by Japanese composers on this disc of Japanese Orchestral Favourites. Yuzo Toyama's Rhapsody for Orchestra is a short suite based on four Japanese folk songs, written as an encore for one of the NHK Symphony Orchestra's European Tours. As such, it is perfect--slick, commercial, and appealing/5(11).
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  7. A very nice compilation of Japanese orchestral music. The first two tracks are the oldest compositions from the late 's composed by Akira Ifukube. The remaining tracks were composed in the s by Karen Tanaka, Yuzo Toyama, Atsutada Otaka, and Kaoru Wada/5(3).
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