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Name  Shinkichi Mitsumune

Role  Composer
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Albums  Rozen Maiden OST, Rozen Maiden
Music director  Revolutionary Girl Utena, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, Ike: Countdown to D-Day
Similar People  J A Seazer, Kunihiko Ikuhara, Haruka Shimotsuki, Atsuko Enomoto, Megumi Hayashibara

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Shinkichi Mitsumune (光宗 信吉 Mitsumune Shinkichi) (born October 8, 1963) is a Japanese composer who writes music primarily for anime.

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Speed Grapher OST: Memory of music box + Sorrow


Biography

Mitsumune is a native of Fukuoka City in Fukuoka Prefecture and a graduate of Rikkyo University with a degree in business. He started studying music at the age of 4. After graduating from college, he toured music festivals across Japan as a keyboardist for a Marine band, and later for musicians such as Yukie Nishimura. Starting in 1995, he lent his skills to composing anime and movie scores with a full orchestra.

TV

  • Nurse Angel Ririka SOS (1995)
  • VS Knight Lamune & 40 Fire (1996)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena (1997)
  • Cyber Team in Akihabara (1998)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (2000)
  • Little Snow Fairy Sugar (2001)
  • Dragon Drive (2002)
  • Green Green (2003)
  • Rozen Maiden (2004–2005)
  • Negima!: Magister Negi Magi (2005)
  • Speed Grapher (2005)
  • Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora (2006)
  • Zero no Tsukaima (2006)
  • Asatte no Houkou (2006)
  • Sky Girls (2007)
  • Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi (2007)
  • Zero no Tsukaima: Princess no Rondo (2008)
  • Mahou Sensei Negima 2 (2009)
  • Zero no Tsukaima F (2012)
  • Rozen Maiden (2013)
  • Amagi Brilliant Park (2014)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS (2017)
  • OVA

  • FLCL (2000)
  • Love Hina Again (2002)
  • Sky Girls (2006)
  • Theatrical

  • Love and Pop (live action) (1998)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena (1999)
  • Cyber Team in Akihabara (1999)
  • Contributions

  • For Megumi Hayashibara: Nostalgic Lover, Cherish Christmas, Asu ni Nare
  • For Maria Yamamoto: Snow Flower
  • For Power Puff Souls (a group made up of the voice actress who star in the Japanese version of The Powerpuff Girls): Cream Puff Shuffle (Japanese theme song)
  • References

    Shinkichi Mitsumune Wikipedia


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