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Toshi Ichiyanagi (一柳 慧 Ichiyanagi Toshi, born 4 February 1933) is a Japanese composer of avant-garde music. He studied with Tomojiro Ikenouchi, Kishio Hirao, and John Cage. Ichiyanagi was born in Kobe, Japan. One of his most notable works is the 1960 composition Kaiki, which combined Japanese instruments, shō and koto, and western instruments, harmonica and saxophone. Another work, Distance (1961), required the performers to play from a distance of three meters from their instruments. Anima 7 (1964) stated that chosen action should be performed "as slowly as possible".

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  • Toshi Ichiyanagi (Kobe, 1933) é um compositor de música clássica japonês, estudou composição com Kishio Hirao e John Cage, e de piano com Chieko Hara, Weiser Barnhard e Webster Beveridge. Depois de frequentar a Julliard School of Music e na New School for Social Research, em Nova Iorque entre 1954-60, ele retornou ao Japão em 1961, e introduziu muitos novos conceitos musicais, incluindo ideia de Cage de indeterminação, exercendo uma forte influência sobre a direção do música contemporânea japonesa.
  • Toshi Ichiyanagi (jap. 一柳 慧, Ichiyanagi Toshio; * 4. Februar 1933 in Kōbe) ist ein japanischer Komponist. Ichyanagi war Schüler von Tomojiro Ikenouchi und Kishio Hirao. Von 1952 bis 1961 lebte er in den USA. Hier besuchte er die Juilliard School of Music und die New School for Social Research in New York City und war Kompositionsschüler von John Cage. Cage widmete ihm und Yoko Ono, mit der er von 1956 bis 1963 verheiratet war, das Stück 0' 00". 1961 kehrte er nach Japan zurück. In den 1980er und 1990er Jahren arbeitete er beim Nationaltheater. Er ist künstlerischer Leiter der Kanagawa Kunststiftung.
  • Toshi Ichiyanagi (一柳 慧 Ichiyanagi Toshi, born 4 February 1933) is a Japanese composer of avant-garde music. He studied with Tomojiro Ikenouchi, Kishio Hirao, and John Cage. Ichiyanagi was born in Kobe, Japan. One of his most notable works is the 1960 composition Kaiki, which combined Japanese instruments, shō and koto, and western instruments, harmonica and saxophone. Another work, Distance (1961), required the performers to play from a distance of three meters from their instruments. Anima 7 (1964) stated that chosen action should be performed "as slowly as possible".
  • Toshi Ichiyanagi (一柳 慧, Ichiyanagi Toshi), né le 4 février 1933 à Kobe, est un prolifique compositeur japonais de musique d'avant-garde. Il étudie auprès de Tomojiro Ikenouchi, Kishio Hirao et John Cage. Ichiyanagi est marié à Yoko Ono de 1956 à 1963. Ichiyanagi est lauréat de la 33e édition du prix Suntory (musique) (2001). Il est décoré de l'Ordre de la Culture du Japon.
  • 一柳 慧(いちやなぎ とし、1933年2月4日 - )は、兵庫県神戸市生まれの作曲家、ピアニスト。
  • 一柳 慧(いちやなぎ とし、1933年2月4日-),生於兵庫縣神戸市,日本的作曲家、鋼琴師。
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