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The composer had a chance to listen to Thai folk songs when he was invited to a concert held in Thail and as a conductor. He was strongly interested in Thai culture by experienci ng musical instruments with marvelous sound and performance with unique pres entation. He decided to use Thai folk muisc in his composition not only by t he experience but by the encounter warm-hearted people there.

This piece can be played by at least 19 players. Kokei Decenber 29, August 30, was a priest of Sanron-syu, one of Buddhism denominations, and he is known as a person who did his best to rebuild the Hall of Great Buddha at Todai-ji Temple.

He had grieved over the burnt out of the hall because of the war and the Great Buddha being exposed in the rain. He decided to rebuild the hall and got permission from the Tokugawa Shogunate.

He kept promoting fund-raising all over Japan until his death in Scorf after getting over a lot of problems.

He died in and he could not attend the cereblation ceremony of the completion of the hall. Satoshi Yagisawa, the composer of this piece, happened to watch a documantary program, which was about Kokei and the Hall of the Great Buddha, during the flight to Singapore, and the impression made him compose this piece. Satoshi Kiryuu, the band director of Nakanoshima Junior High School Wind Band, said, “Even if we are not accepted, even if our goal is beyond our ability, we make progress from disappointments willingly, enthusiastically, passionately, and sometimes mad.

To Be Vivid Stars Grade: It was premiered by the school band and guest conducted by Takeya Sakai in December The main idea of this piece was to set the school band and individual students as Star s with a wish to brighten the school band and individual students like a Star in the s ky. Claude Monet is one of the legendary French impressionists and is famous for his investigation and expression of beauty in natural sunbeams.


The composer has made a visit to an exhibition of Monet in the National Art Center Tokyo, and was so deeply impressed, he came to pick La Promenade, la femme a l’ombrelle as the subject of this project. This piece was built based on Yagisawa’s emotional response to that drawing and Monet’s feelings. This music described his great enthusiasms in arts and his perspectives towards life.

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Orkney Islands, situated in almost 10 kilometers northward from Dunnet Head, the north end of Scotland, is said to be the ancient city of megalith. Especially, in Mainland, the biggest island, there are many remains of the prehistoric age.

The cappadcia one is The Ring of Brodgar, which is the largest stone circle in Scotland. There used cpapadocia be 60 megaliths arranged in circle of The composer, Satoshi Yagisawa, had been writing series of pieces, which were on world heritage and cappaadocia remains, and this piece is the sixth in the series. He depicts the stone circle in the land of the origin of Celt dramatically. Las Bolas Grandes Grade: White passport to Heaven Grade: The Piri Reis Map of Grade: Daisuke Ehara “Arcana” 7: Satoshi Iwata “Forest of Chorale” 6: Kazuyasu Kaminaga “A natural stream of water becomes the Big river” 6: Composition Satoshi Yagisawa Perfomance: Taishan”,Twinkle like”The Big Dipper!

Hiroki Takahashi “ClusterLight of Pleiades” 3. Yosuke Fukuda “Dochu-Rhapsody” 6. Kazuyasu Kaminaga “To the Crown! Yuuichi Abe “Mevlana Reverie” 9. Hirokazu Fukushima “Essay”for Wind orchestra 7. Kazuyasu Kaminaga “The Goddess of Victory”. Satoshi Yagisawa “White passport to Heaven””.

Cavetown Cappadocia

The y gave the composer a difficult theme, that is: For 40 years we did our activity as if we were a family. We had new experiences, welcoming new members, supporting and help ing one another, sometimes having troubles.

Through these experiences, the band became our Sun. The composer used to join in a school band, so he stron gly agreed with the theme, but composing is another hard thing to do.

He decided to dr op on the band almost everytime he went to Nagoya, and promoted friendship with them, which led him copose this piece. A, who invented about inventions through his lifetime.

He invented many things by scientific knowledge he acquired on his own with a gr eat effort. Moreover, he gave a sense of confidence to the ordinary people that they c ould do it, too. This name refers to a research in stitute at Menlo Park in the state of New Jersey.


He composed this to convey to high school students of the brass ba nd clubs that Edison got success by making great efforts.

This wind band performed thi s work in the 61st All Japan Band Competition, which was directed by Mr. His birth, devotion, passion and Gloria are the central themes that can be found vavetown the history of this Roman Catholic Church, which is constructed in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

This church was designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi.

He used the same passion and devotion since the construction started in Using a special theme in a new Yagisawa choral movement, the sound of the Sagrada Familia has found its place in this magnificent work.

At the beginning of s, huge underground cities, initially thought of as natural caves, were found there. Subsequently, a Turkish archeologist revealed that they were artificial. According to the research, the biggest cave has eight layers and it is estimated that about 20, people lived in this cave city.


They built facilities necessary for living, cappdaocia as communal kitchens, sewage treatment facilities, ventilations, wine storages and even places for educational purposes. The most amazing scroe was not only in its depth and size but connecting passages were found between Kaymakil Underground City and Derinkuyu Underground City that stretched more than 9 kilometers.

The estimated total number of the residents in all these cavetowns amounted to nearly 90, This figure is derived from the quantity of cavetowns which archeologists believed there might be more. According to the archeological theories, many people lived underground was probably due to the oppression from the Roman Empire to Christians in the 2nd century B.

The composer, Satoshi Yagisawa, depicts the mindscape of Christians who suffered persecution from the Roman Empire as well as the landscape with strangely shaped rocks where elves dwell. Ancient City of Petra – a rosy engraving asleep in desert Grade: Daisuke Shimizu ” Fate of a Decisive Battle ” 2. Rika Ishige “Thick autograph 81” 3. Hiroki Takahashi “Song of Shooting Stars” Satoshi Yagisawa “White passport to Heaven”” 2.

Koki Imamura Komusoh-Attitude 3. Kazuyasu Kaminaga “The Goddess of Victory” 8.