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Tsutomu Tajima

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Tsutomu Tajima

Biography

Tsutomu Tajima (b. 1 September 1961, Chiba Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese composer.

He studied at the Tokyo College of Music and completing his postgraduate degree at Joetsu University of Education. He studied piano under Ichiro Kasai, theory of composition with Hidetsugu Iijima and Makoto Goto, and composition under Kenjiro Urata.

His work Wish for Wind Orchestra was selected as a 1989 All Japan Band Competition test piece, and he received Special Choral Prize at the 12th Performing Arts Creation Encouragement Awards authorized by the Agency for Culture Affairs.

He is director of Chiba Prefecture’s Education Research music education division, a member of the composer’s group “Wind Association”, and teaches at Kashiwa Junior High School.


Works for Winds

Adaptable Music

  • Wish (Flex instrumentation) (1989/)


All Wind Works


References