Yasuhide Ito

Yasuhide Ito

07.12.1960  in Hamamatsu

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ITO Yasuhide, currently teaching as a professor of Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, has earned international acclaim for his compositional endeavors. “Gloriosa” is one of the most frequently played masterworks in the world and made an appearance on the Japanese high school music textbook. His first appearance to US was “Festal Scenes”, which saw its US premiere, with Ito himself conducting at the ABA-JBA joint convention, held in Tennessee in 1987. He has composed over 1000 musical works including over 90 wind band repertoires. Among many categories of his music, piano ensemble books “Guru-guru Piano”, well-known in Japan, has expanded the potentiality of a four-handed performance on the piano.  He is also talented to write vocal music. His opera “Mr.Cinderella” had been performed several times. From the request of his hometown of Hamamatsu, Ito composed the music of the city song which was constituted in 2007. Since the tragic East Japan Earthquake, Ito collaborated with a famous poet Ryoichi Wago for a commemoration and offers songs of gifts and prayers to the victims of the tragedy.
His distinguished musical career includes guest conducting the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, in their ‘Asian Concert Tour 2002’, on behalf of maestro Frederick Fennell and International Youth Wind Orchestra in WASBE 2005 at Singapore. Since then, Ito is in high demand as a guest conductor, clinician, lecturer, and educator in Asian countries of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore, as well as holding clinics for the WASBE and other band festivals.
Ito was born in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan in 1960. He started his music career to study piano, and began studies of composition in his high school days. Ito holds a bachelor of music degree in composition from the Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music.
Ito's musical talent has been widely recognized since he won prizes at the Shizuoka Music Competition (piano, first prize, 1980), Japan Music Competition (composition, third prize, 1982), The Competition for Saxophone Music (1987) and the Band-masters Academic Society of Japan (the Academy Prize, 1994; Research Branch Prize, 2012).

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VIDEO 20.03.2010

Kokiriko alla Marchia (Yasuhide Ito)


"Kokiriko alla Marchia", dirigiert vom Komponisten Yasuhide Ito ...


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Œuvres de Yasuhide Ito

150,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
170,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
200,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
20,00 €
CD (Compact Disc) CD
Parties disponibles: 4
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A3 (Score) + DIN A4 (Parts) Höchststufe Écouter Lire
150,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Mittelstufe Écouter
18,00 €
Solo et Piano DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe
90,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Oberstufe Écouter Lire
150,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
Parties disponibles: 4
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Höchststufe Écouter
30,00 €
Solo et Piano DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe
25,00 €
Ensemble (bois) DIN A4 Oberstufe
26,00 €
Ensemble (bois) DIN A4 Mittelstufe
80,00 €
Orchestre d'Harmonie DIN A4 Oberstufe Lire
22,00 €
Solo et Piano DIN A4 Oberstufe
28,00 €
Ensemble (bois) DIN A4 Mittelstufe
56,00 €
Ensemble (cuivres/bois) DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
30,00 €
Ensemble (bois) DIN A4 Oberstufe Écouter
32,00 €
Ensemble (cuivres/bois) DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe Écouter
56,00 €
Ensemble (cuivres/bois) DIN A4 Oberstufe Écouter
48,00 €
Ensemble (bois) DIN A4 Ober-/Höchststufe
20,00 €
CD (Compact Disc) CD