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Toshinari Iijima (b. 1960, Tokyo) is a Japanese composer, conductor and music educator.
Iijima completed postgraduate work at Kunitachi College of Music, studying composition with Yuzuru Shimaoka, Toshimitsu Tanaka, and Michio Mamiya.
He has composed and arranged many works for orchestra, winds, chamber music, and traditional Japanese ensembles. He is also works in close collaboration to produce music for pantomime and visual arts. He was a full-time lecturer at Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi, and is now a member of the Composers group "Aoi" as well as an executive of "Prosperous Future for Band into the 21st Century KYO-EN". He has been the music supervisor and regular conductor of Hachinohe Wind Ensemble since October of 2003.
Works for Winds
- Accept (2011)
- Acht Lieder (as arranger) (1885/2017)
- August 6, 1945 (1999/2004)
- A bird's-eye view from the Karisaka pass (2009)
- Flowers in Illusion (1998)
- Jubilance in Spring (1998)
- A landscape that contains a dead tree (1997/2005)
- Prayer - Her Thoughts at the Time? (2005)
- River Greened Land (2004)
- Sparkling Diamond-dust (2002)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Toshinai Iijima." Accessed 12 January 2023
- "Toshinari Iijima." Bravo Music. Web. Accessed 12 January 2023