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Toshi  Ichiyanagi

Né: 4 février 1933
Pays d'origine: Japon

Toshi Ichiyanagi was born in Kobe, Japan, on 4 February 1933. He studied composition under Kishio Hirao, Tomojiro Ikenouchi, and John Cage. He studied piano under Chieko Hara and Beveridge Webster.

He took first place in the composition division of the 18th (1949) and 20th (1951) Mainichi Music Competition (presently the Music Competition of Japan). While studying at the Julliard School of Music in New York from 1954 to 1957, he was awarded the Elizabeth A. Coolidge Prize (1955), the Serge Koussevitzky Prize (1956), and the Alexander Gretchaninov Prize (1957).

Invited by the Festival of Institute of Twentieth Century Music he returned to Japan in 1961 and held concerts and introductions both to his own music and the new music of Japan, Europe and the United States, stimulating activitity in a variety of fields. From 1966 to 67, engaged by the Rockefeller Foundation, he returned to the U. S. and held recitals of his works all over the country.

In 1976 he was engaged by Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) as Composer-in-Residence for the city of Berlin, where he resided for six months. At music festivals all over Europe he held concerts to introduce his own works or the works of other Japanese composers. He visited Europe repeatedly after that, receiving commissions from the European Pro Musica Nova Festival (1976), Metamusik Festival (1978), Cologne Festival of Contemporary Music (1978, 1981), Holland Festival (1979), Berliner Festwochen (1981), etc.

In 1981 he received the 30th Otaka Prize for Piano Concerto No. 1 “Reminiscence of Spaces”. In 1984 he was awarded Grand Prix of the Nakajima Prize for his activities as a composer, performer and producer, and his second Otaka Prize, this time for Violin Concerto Circulating Scenery. This violin concerto was given its American premiere at Carnegie Hall in New York in February of the same year. In June 1984, his numerous works were performed at Seibu Theatre as Theme Composer for the contemporary music festival “Music Today.” Also in June as part of the Japan France Culture Summit, with Toru Takemitsu he held a concert of orchestral works at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris at the request of L’orchestre National de France.

In 2002 he received the 33rd Suntory Music Prize. In 2004 he assumed the post of Composer-in-Residence at the Pacific Music Festival (PMF). In 2006 he premiered his third opera White Nights.

In 1999 he was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon, and again in 2005 the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette, by the Japanese Government. He has been selected as one of the Persons in Cultural Merit since 2008.

Currently, he serves as Artistic Director of TIME, Artistic Director of Ensemble Origin― A Millennium of Resonance, as Adviser of the Japan Music Competition, Board Member of Saison Foundation, Councilor of Suntory Foundation for Arts and General Artistic Director of the Kanagawa Arts Foudation.

photo Toshi Ichiyanagi: Koh Okabe

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  1. Waltz Solemnity

    Waltz Solemnity

    for piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : piano
    Édition : Edition séparée
    N° Réf. : SJ 10031 Q11154
    0,99 €  *
  2. Two Existence

    Two Existence

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : 2 pianos à 4 mains
    N° Réf. : SJ 1004
    11,00 €  *
  3. Flowers Blooming in Summer

    Flowers Blooming in Summer

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : harpe et piano
    N° Réf. : SJ 1016
    21,00 €  *
  4. Recurrence

    Recurrence

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : flûte, clarinette, batterie, harpe, piano, violon et violoncelle
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1020
    33,00 €  *
  5. Violin Concerto

    Violin Concerto

    Circulating Scenery
    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : violon et orchestre
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1023
    53,00 €  *
  6. Piano Quintet

    Piano Quintet "Prana"

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : flûte, clarinette, violon, violoncelle et piano
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1024
    41,00 €  *
  7. Wind trace

    Wind trace

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : 3 keyboard percussion (musicien 1: marimba, vibraphone et cymbales; musicien 2: marimba; musicien 3: marimba et cymbales)
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1031
    23,00 €  *
  8. Perspectives

    Perspectives

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : violon
    N° Réf. : SJ 1033
    11,00 €  *
  9. Inter concerto

    Inter concerto

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : piano
    N° Réf. : SJ 1042
    18,00 €  *
  10. Interspace

    Interspace

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : orchestre à cordes
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : SJ 1047
    17,00 €  *

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Toshi Ichiyanagi was born in Kobe, Japan, on 4 February 1933. He studied composition under Kishio Hirao, Tomojiro Ikenouchi, and John Cage. He studied piano under Chieko Hara and Beveridge Webster.

He took first place in the composition division of the 18th (1949) and 20th (1951) Mainichi Music Competition (presently the Music Competition of Japan). While studying at the Julliard School of Music in New York from 1954 to 1957, he was awarded the Elizabeth A. Coolidge Prize (1955), the Serge Koussevitzky Prize (1956), and the Alexander Gretchaninov Prize (1957).

Invited by the Festival of Institute of Twentieth Century Music he returned to Japan in 1961 and held concerts and introductions both to his own music and the new music of Japan, Europe and the United States, stimulating activitity in a variety of fields. From 1966 to 67, engaged by the Rockefeller Foundation, he returned to the U. S. and held recitals of his works all over the country.

In 1976 he was engaged by Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) as Composer-in-Residence for the city of Berlin, where he resided for six months. At music festivals all over Europe he held concerts to introduce his own works or the works of other Japanese composers. He visited Europe repeatedly after that, receiving commissions from the European Pro Musica Nova Festival (1976), Metamusik Festival (1978), Cologne Festival of Contemporary Music (1978, 1981), Holland Festival (1979), Berliner Festwochen (1981), etc.

In 1981 he received the 30th Otaka Prize for Piano Concerto No. 1 “Reminiscence of Spaces”. In 1984 he was awarded Grand Prix of the Nakajima Prize for his activities as a composer, performer and producer, and his second Otaka Prize, this time for Violin Concerto Circulating Scenery. This violin concerto was given its American premiere at Carnegie Hall in New York in February of the same year. In June 1984, his numerous works were performed at Seibu Theatre as Theme Composer for the contemporary music festival “Music Today.” Also in June as part of the Japan France Culture Summit, with Toru Takemitsu he held a concert of orchestral works at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris at the request of L’orchestre National de France.

In 2002 he received the 33rd Suntory Music Prize. In 2004 he assumed the post of Composer-in-Residence at the Pacific Music Festival (PMF). In 2006 he premiered his third opera White Nights.

In 1999 he was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon, and again in 2005 the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette, by the Japanese Government. He has been selected as one of the Persons in Cultural Merit since 2008.

Currently, he serves as Artistic Director of TIME, Artistic Director of Ensemble Origin― A Millennium of Resonance, as Adviser of the Japan Music Competition, Board Member of Saison Foundation, Councilor of Suntory Foundation for Arts and General Artistic Director of the Kanagawa Arts Foudation.

photo Toshi Ichiyanagi: Koh Okabe

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Produits

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  1. Waltz Solemnity

    Waltz Solemnity

    for piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : piano
    Édition : Edition séparée
    N° Réf. : SJ 10031 Q11154
    0,99 €  *
  2. Two Existence

    Two Existence

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : 2 pianos à 4 mains
    N° Réf. : SJ 1004
    11,00 €  *
  3. Flowers Blooming in Summer

    Flowers Blooming in Summer

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : harpe et piano
    N° Réf. : SJ 1016
    21,00 €  *
  4. Recurrence

    Recurrence

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : flûte, clarinette, batterie, harpe, piano, violon et violoncelle
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1020
    33,00 €  *
  5. Violin Concerto

    Violin Concerto

    Circulating Scenery
    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : violon et orchestre
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1023
    53,00 €  *
  6. Piano Quintet

    Piano Quintet "Prana"

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : flûte, clarinette, violon, violoncelle et piano
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1024
    41,00 €  *
  7. Wind trace

    Wind trace

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : 3 keyboard percussion (musicien 1: marimba, vibraphone et cymbales; musicien 2: marimba; musicien 3: marimba et cymbales)
    Édition : Partition
    N° Réf. : SJ 1031
    23,00 €  *
  8. Perspectives

    Perspectives

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : violon
    N° Réf. : SJ 1033
    11,00 €  *
  9. Inter concerto

    Inter concerto

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : piano
    N° Réf. : SJ 1042
    18,00 €  *
  10. Interspace

    Interspace

    Compositeur : Ichiyanagi, Toshi
    Instrumentation : orchestre à cordes
    Édition : Partition d'étude
    N° Réf. : SJ 1047
    17,00 €  *

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