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Tomita nació en Tokio y pasó su primera infancia con su padre en China. Tras volver a Japón, tomó clases privadas de orquestación y composición mientras estudiaba historia del arte en la Universidad de Keio, Tokio. Se graduó en 1955 y se convirtió en compositor a tiempo completo para televisión, cine y teatro. Compuso la música para el equipo gimnástico olímpico japonés de los Juegos Olímpicos de 1956 en Australia.

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  • Wicked good.
  • his re-imaginings of debussy and ravel completely blow me away. i have no doubt that debussy at least would be extremely thrilled to hear the genius of tomita take on his own genius and equal it
  • I have been converting my vinyl collection to digital for several months, now, and I just finished converting Tomita's Snowflakes are Dancing. I haven't listened to it in years - not since my previous record player bit the dust. I'm listening to Clair de Lune, and I swear I can't keep the tears from my eyes.
  • lol sounds like tomato
  • Spotify playlist:[url=http://open.spotify.com/user/1124842745/playlist/2SucYlg58aWE79Z17mS4It]The Berlin School of Electronic Music[/url]
  • Genius of the Universe! ♥
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  • Now he is on TV, NHK BS1! He's talking about importing a moog, how to make "snowflakes are dancing", the gig in Austria in '80s, etc. Very interesting!!!
  • Headphones in the dark. Close your eyes and delve into the beauty of Tomitas' works. Debussy never sounded so good.
  • SiXkNight look for Snowflakes Are Dancing, some great stuff, esp Golliwog's Cakewalk

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