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Yūji Koseki

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Native name  古関裕而
Occupation(s)  Composer
Name  Yuji Koseki
Birth name  Yuji Koseki
Years active  1930–1989
Role  Film Score Composer
Yuji Koseki
Born  August 11, 1909 (1909-08-11)
Origin  Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Died  August 18, 1989, Tokyo, Japan
Spouse  Kinko Uchiyama (m. 1930–1980)
Genres  Ryukoka, Gunka, March, Fight song, Film score
Music director  Mothra, A Wanderer\'s Notebook, Operation Kamikaze
Similar People  Masao Koga, Yuji Mitsuya, Ishiro Honda

Yūji Koseki (古関 裕而, Koseki Yūji, August 11, 1909 – August 18, 1989) was a Japanese ryūkōka, gunka, march, fight song and film score composer. His real name was also Yūji Koseki, but its kanji was 古關 勇治.

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Koseki entered Nippon Columbia in 1930. He composed Hanshin Tigers' song "Rokko Oroshi" in 1936. His famous military song titled "Roei no Uta" (露営の歌, lit. "The Song of The Camp") was released in 1937. Famous songs composed by him included "The Bells of Nagasaki" and "Mothra's song". Ichiro Fujiyama sang "The Bells of Nagasaki" in 1949. "Mothra's song", sung by The Peanuts, was used in the 1961 movie Mothra.

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Filmography

Music for films:

  • Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors (1945)
  • Kane no naru oka: Dai san hen, kuro no maki (1949)
  • Odoroki ikka (おどろき一家) (1949)
  • Mothra (1961)
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    Songs

    Mothra's Song
    Mothra - Mothra's Song
    - Bokutachi no Someday - Yûji Mitsuya

    References

    Yūji Koseki Wikipedia


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