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    0:00 – Kiki’s Delivery Service 4:32 – One Summer’s Day 8:36 – My Neighbour TOTORO 12:46 – Symphonic Poem “NAUSICAÄ”

    30:22 – MADNESS 34:38 – The Legend of Ashitaka 40:14 – Princess Mononoke 44:49 – TA・TA・RI・GAMI (The Demon God) 51:40 – Ashitaka and San 56:02 – Madness

    1:00:36 – Symphonic Variation “Merry-go-round” 1:14:22 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (Dream of Flight) – Nahoko (The Encounter) 1:18:03 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Caproni (An Aeronautical Designers Dream) 1:19:31 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Falcon Project – The Falcon 1:22:25 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (The Wedding) 1:23:36 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Refuge 1:26:15 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (I Miss You) – Castorp (The Magic Mountain) 1:30:06 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (An Unexpected Meeting)

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    Joe Hisaishi : Studio Ghibli Experience, Part 2

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    0:00 – Kiki’s Delivery Service
    4:32 – One Summer’s Day
    8:36 – My Neighbour TOTORO
    12:46 – Symphonic Poem “NAUSICAÄ”
    30:22 – MADNESS
    34:38 – The Legend of Ashitaka
    40:14 – Princess Mononoke
    44:49 – TA・TA・RI・GAMI (The Demon God)
    51:40 – Ashitaka and San
    56:02 – Madness
    1:00:36 – Symphonic Variation “Merry-go-round”
    1:14:22 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (Dream of Flight) – Nahoko (The Encounter)
    1:18:03 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Caproni (An Aeronautical Designers Dream)
    1:19:31 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Falcon Project – The Falcon
    1:22:25 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (The Wedding)
    1:23:36 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Refuge
    1:26:15 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (I Miss You) – Castorp (The Magic Mountain)
    1:30:06 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (An Unexpected Meeting)

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    Joe Hisaishi

    Mamoru Fujisawa (藤澤守 Fujisawa Mamoru), professionally known as Joe Hisaishi (久石譲 Hisaishi Joe), is a Japanese composer who composed a lot of music for Studio Ghibli movies. The first major scores he composed were Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz and Robokko Beeton.

    Hisaishi was born as Mamoru Fujisawa, on December 6, 1950 in Nakano, Japan. At the age of five, he started taking violin lessons, at which he made rapid progress. At the age of nineteen, Hisaishi enrolled at the Kunitachi College of Music, where he majored in composition. He then started working as a typesetter for ‘minimalist’ music, where he gained valuable experience in the works of the ‘New York Hypnotic School’.

    In 1974, Hisaishi’s career gained speed after a composition that he wrote for an animation movie titled “Gyatoruzu” earned widespread praise and acclaim. Hisaishi’s other works during this time included composition for “Tekuno porisu 21C” and “Sasuraiger”.

    In 1981, Hisaishi released his first album titled “MKWAJU” and his second album, titled “Information” in 1982. It was also in 1982 that he adopted the stage name “Joe Hisaishi”, inspired by the legendary record producer Quincy Delight Jones. Then, in 1983, Hisaishi met film director Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki was greatly impressed by Hisaishi’s “Information” and “MKWAJU” and he asked Hisaishi to compose for his future films.

    Hisaishi’s collaboration with Miyazaki would help him achieve great fame, Hisaishi wrote the scores for “Laputa: Castle in the Sky” in 1986, “Porco Rosso” and “Princess Mononoke”. Hisaishi’s works between 1980 and 1988 included scores for “Mobile Suit Gundam Movie II: Soldiers of Sorrow”, “Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space”, “Arion”, “Robot Carnival”, “Crest of the Royal Family”, and “Totoro”. In 1983, he also wrote the score to the highly popular science fiction television series titled “Mospeada”, which went on to be used by Carl Macek for “Robotech”. Two of Hisaishi’s greatest works were also composed in the 1980’s, these included scores for “Sasuga no Sarutobi” and “Futari Taka”.

    Hisaishi is also highly reputed for his scores for anime productions. He has been credited for theme songs for highly popular productions, including “Hello! Sandybell” in 1981, “Maho Shojo Lalabel” in 1980, “Ai Shite Knight” in 1983, “Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel” in 1984, and “Kimagure Orange Road: The Movie” in 1988.

    These also included Hisaishi’s collaborative works with Hayao Miyazaki, for whom he also composed scores for “Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind” in 1984, “Kiki’s Delivery Service” in 1989, “Spirited Away” in 2001, “Howl’s Moving Castle” in 2004, and “Ponyo” in 2008. According to BBC, Hisaishi also received training in anime compositions from renowned anime composer Takeo Watanabe, who was extremely famous for composing the scores to “Cutie Honey” and “Lone Wolf and Cub”.

    Hisaishi went on to create his own recording label, which he titled “Wonder Land Inc”. He was then honored with being commissioned to write the soundtrack for the 1998 Winter Paralympics. Hisaishi’s solo career was also very promising as in 2004, he went on a piano tour with Canadian Musicians. In 2006, he released another studio album titled “Asian X.T.C”.

    Hisaishi also wrote the score for “Departures”, a film that won the Academy Award for the Best Foreign Language Film. Joe Hisaishi himself has been highly decorated for his works. He received the Medal of Honor with purple ribbon by the Japanese Government in 2009. He is also a six time winner of the Japanese Academy Award for Best Music, which he last won in 2011.

    スタジオジブリ

    株式会社スタジオジブリ: STUDIO GHIBLI INC.)は、日本アニメ制作会社日本動画協会準会員。通称は「ジブリ。長編アニメーション映画の制作を主力事業としている。

    1990年代中期以降は、短編アニメーションの制作および実写映画の企画、日本国外のアニメーションの公開やDVDの販売、小冊子『熱風』の発行を行う出版事業や音楽事業、加えて三鷹の森ジブリ美術館への展示物定期制作など、関連事業は多岐にわたる。また、他社テレビ作品の動画グロスも請け負っている。

    「スタジオジブリ」の名称は、サハラ砂漠に吹く熱風(Ghibli)に由来しており、第二次世界大戦中のイタリアカプローニの偵察爆撃機の名前(Caproni Ca309 Ghibli)でもある。宮崎駿の思い込みから「ジブリ」となったが、「ギブリ」の方が原語に近い発音である。

    スタジオジブリのマークは、『となりのトトロ』に登場するトトロがデザインされている。スタジオジブリの第2レーベルで実写映画部門の「スタジオカジノ」の名称は、スタジオの所在地である梶野町から命名された。

    2005年徳間書店傘下からの独立に際して、「ジブリ」の名称を徳間書店から買い取らなければならなくなった。宮崎が買い取りに消極的な姿勢を示して鈴木敏夫もそれに同意し、新しい名称として宮崎が「シロッコ」という案を出したが社内での評判がよくなく、結局「ジブリ」の名称を継続することとなった。

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