Yosuke Fukuda (b. 19 April 1975, Tokyo) is a Japanese composer and oboist.
As a boy he made all music because he played a synthesizer. At age 11 he began to write, first small compositions and arrangements with the help of the multimedia capabilities of his computer. At age 12 he arranged works by Claude Debussy for synthesizer. In the junior high school, he became familiar with instruments and band and their music. It was then that he wrote his first work for that medium and arranged works by famous masters of the band.
In 1991 began his research in the field of the synthesizer and the multimedia capabilities of the computer simultaneously. In 1994 he graduated from the high school and was first employed in a music business, but he composed further, especially for the theater, opera, dance-company, and for television. In 1999 he was appointed president of the Desital Wonderland, DAW Product.
Works for Winds
- Avenue Divertimento
- Chanson le Ciel
- Crescent Moon (Flex instrumentation) (2010/2013)
- Dancing in the Wind
- Douchu Rhapsody (2001)
- Hokusai Impressions (2003)
- Jingle Bells in Swing
- Jubilee Fanfare (2011)
- Ka-Gu-Ra for Band
- Love Pop Soul
- Lyric of the Red Maple (1997)
- Pastorale Printemps (Flex instrumentation) (2000)
- Poem of Spring
- The Ritual of the Dawn (Flex instrumentation)
- Sakura Song (1996)
- Sakura Song (Flex instrumentation) (1996/2015/2018)
- Suite Romanesque (2000)
- Symphonic Dances (2010)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Yosuke Fukuda." Accessed 15 March 2015.
- Yosuke Fukuda, Wikipedia