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This site collects the works of a composer, YAMADA Hiroki.





A Plan to View and Listen

Flute Sonata 

Symphony no.5














NEW! 

String Quartet no.1(2nd ver.)(2019.9.8)

String Quartet no.3(2019.9.8)

Light will swallow darkness(2019.9.8)







          




About YAMADA Hiroki


1967.6.28 Nagoya, Japan~


I 've been hearing pop songs in and outside the country at randomin elementary school, junior high, and high school . Especially, I was an ardent admirer of the Beatles. in junior high days. In these days, I have met various kinds of music, and was interested in how to deal with instruments in musical works.


I lived in Nagoya till 1986. 


I came to my senses to classical music around university admission, and was hearing especially the Mahler's  6th symphony studying the score eagerly. The habits which I hearing the sounds while reading scores have made it useful to operate notation software.


I moved to Tokyo and graduated from the course of aesthetics and history of art, of university.

 

Beside working, have begun composition activities from 2004. I composed the 1st symphony after the time of some studies. I have been continuing composition activities focusing on instrumental music until now.

 

My composition method is, to input notes directly into notation software, to playback sound and listen to it, and, if it is necessary, to repeat trials and errors correcting the notes.



I am the full member of the Japan Federation of Composers Inc.




Main List of Works


Symphony no.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Light will swallow darkness

Piano Sonata no.1,2,3,4,5





My Favorite Words


“If MYSELF and the inner world in MYSELF are not connected, 

Indefinitely the pendulum (amplitude of the heart) shakes irregularly.”

 ――Mollenkamp TOMIDA Fuyuko (a tanka poet born in Japan and now 

living in the Netherlands)



My Favorite Musical Works (Recommendable)


Zemlinsky: Symphony no.2

Poulenc: Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani

Reich: Sextet

Milhaud: La Creation du Monde (The Creation of the World)

Vaughan Williams: Symphony no.7 (Sinfonia Antartica)

Vaughan Williams: Tuba Concerto

Messiaen: Ascension

Yashiro, Akio: Symphony

Vivaldi: Nulla in Mundo Pax SIncera

Prokofiev: Piano Concerto no.3

Reade: Victorian Kitchen Garden Suite

Mozart: Violin Sonata E minor K.304

Corigliano: Clarinet Concerto

Ravel: Piano Concerto G Major

Ravel: Concerto for Left Hand

Penderecki: Cello Concerto no.2

Yun, Isang: Exemplum in Memoriam Gwangju

Noda, Teruyuki: Piano Concerto

Beethoven: Symohony no.4

Faure: Requiem

Hahn, Reynaldo: A Chloris 

Oldfield, Mike: Orchestral Tubular Bells (arr. Bedford)

Gilmour, David    

   Waters, Roger

   Wright, Richard

   Mason,Nick    

   Geesin Ron                

            : Atom Heart Mother

Paradis?:Sicilienne

Prokofiev:Romeo and Juliet

Silvestrov:Symphony no.5

Saint-Saëns: Symphony no.3 (avec orgue)

Bartók: Violin Concerto no.2

Dolphy, Eric: Epistrophy (Monk) →(inspired) →Bass Clarinet Concerto (YAMADA Hiroki)

Poulenc: Flute Sonata → (inspired)→Flute Sonata (YAMADA Hiroki) 




In this site, software synthesizer is used.



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