Gemba Fujita (4 January 1937, Tokyo, Japan - 30 January 2013), also spelled Genba Fujita, was a Japanese composer, arranger, and educator.
Fujita studied flute in Kunitachi College of Music with Masao Yoshida. While working as a composer, he made numerous arrangements for Kunitachi Blasorchester over the decades, contributed much in expanding wind repertoire. He taught at Toho Gakuen School of Music and Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, and served as the president of Japanese Band Directors Association.
Works for Winds
- Campus Festival March (1973)
- Canzone (1977)
- Childhood Memories Fantasy (1979)
- Graceful March (1970)
- Lamentation of Archangel Michael (1978/1983/2013)
- La Mer (as arranger) (1905/)
- March "The Spirit of Youth" (1977)
- Overture "Kilisitan's Era" (1989/1990)
- Polonaise No 6 (as arranger) (1842/)
- Prelude a l'apre-midi d'un faune (as arranger) (1894/)
- Rhapsody (as arranger) (1960/1990)
- Times of Kirishitan. See: Overture "Kilisitan's Era"
- "Award Recipients" (in Japanese). Japan Academic Society of Wind Music. Accessed 12 January 2023
- Gemba Fujita (in Japanese), Wikipedia Accessed 12 January 2023
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Genba Fujita." Accessed 12 January 2023