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Yuichi Abe

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Yuichi Abe

Biography

Yuichi Abe (阿部勇一,b. 5 November 1968, Saitama, Japan) is a Japanese composer and owner-chef.

Abe is a member of the composers’ group "Wind Association". His principal works include Futurism for Wind Orchestra (nominated for the 2nd Asahi Composition Prize in 1991 and selected as a 1992 All Japan Band Competition test piece), Pampas for Wind Orchestra (nominated for the 4th Asahi Composition Prize in 1993), March Ramesesu II (awarded the 5th Asahi Composition prize in 1994 and selected as a 1995 AJBA test piece), Oga Kinuburui (featured in the 5th Kyo-En concert), God's Sphere: The Karnak Shrine (featured in the 7th Kyo-En concert), Neuna - Symphonic Poem (featured in the 20th Kyo-En concert and awarded the Japan Band Directors Association "Shitaya Prize" in 2017), and The Sea Around Us (featured in the 22nd Kyo-En concert).


Works for Winds

Adaptable Music


All Wind Works


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