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Name  Masamichi Amano

Role  Music composer
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Education  Kunitachi College of Music
Albums  Battle Royale Original Soundtrack
Similar People  Eiji Suzuki, Toshio Mashima, Hirokazu Fukushima, Kinji Fukasaku, Masanori Taruya

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Masamichi Amano (天野 正道, Amano Masamichi, born January 26, 1957 in Akita, Akita) is a Japanese music composer, arranger and conductor. He studied at the Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo and graduated in 1982.

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Masamichi Amano Masamichi Amano scores Saint Seiya for SEGA ScoringSessionscom

His orchestral works include the musical scores of Battle Royale, Giant Robo and Stratos 4. The films and TV series featuring his music are genres action, science fiction, Hentai, and horror. Amano's orchestra of choice is Poland's Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra (and its associated choir).

He has composed many pieces for wind ensemble that are recorded by the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra and regularly performed by bands at the All-Japan Band Association competitions.

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Orchestra

  • 1e. Suite Symphonique
  • 2e. Suite Symphonique "GR"
  • Soundtracks

  • 6 Angels
  • Battle Royale
  • Battle Royale II: Requiem
  • Biohunter
  • Giant Robo
  • Maetel Legend
  • Melty Lancer
  • Miyuki
  • Musa (orchestra conductor only)
  • Ninja Resurrection
  • Odin: Photon Sailer Starlight
  • Phantasy Star Universe
  • Princess Nine
  • Quest 64
  • Radiant Silvergun
  • Ruin Explorers
  • Shiawase Sou no Okojo-san
  • Sin: The Movie
  • Stratos 4
  • Stratos 4: Return to Base
  • Stratos 4: Advance
  • Super Atragon
  • Tenamonya Voyagers
  • Urotsukidoji
  • Adventure Kid
  • Nightmare Campus
  • Demon Warrior Koji
  • Urusei Yatsura: Only You
  • MushiKing
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
  • Django Unchained
  • References

    Masamichi Amano Wikipedia


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