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Tomohiro Tatebe

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Tomohiro Tatebe

Biography

Tomohiro Tatebe (b. 15 April 1957, Niigata Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese conductor, composer and arranger.

While studying at Komazawa University, Mr. Tatebe studied saxophone with Kazuo Tomita and composition and arranging with Naohiro Iwai and Takashi Ueno.

Tatebe has arranged many works for wind instruments, and also has written original music for the Tokyo Trumpet Corps and the Tokyo Trombone Band.

Currently, Tatebe is the chief conductor of the Itoigawa Wind Band, an instructor at Komazawa University, and an honorary instructor at Ryukoku University.


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