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佐藤天平 (Tenpei Sato) is a video game music composer and voice actor. His most notable works are his soundtracks for Nippon Ichi games, such as Disgaea and Phantom Brave. He also provides voice acting for games and movies.

Tenpei Sato was born in April of 1975 in Tokyo, Japan. He began playing piano at the age of six, and made his first composition, a piece for guitar, at the age of twelve. His first job was at Telenet Japan, where he composed the score for the popular PC Engine sidescroller Mugen Senshi Valis II. After leaving Telenet, he joined Glodia, and, together with Nobuhito Koise, composed the soundtrack to the famous Emerald Dragon. Later he would compose both Vain Dream (with Abreath Nakamura) and Bible Master II. After leaving Glodia, he joined Birdie Software, and produced soundtracks for four of their games.

Currently, he produces music for Nippon Ichi, which is where he has gained his greatest recognition, for games such as Puppet Princess of Marl’s Kingdom, Makai Senki Disgaea, La Pucelle ~Hikari no Seijou Densetsu~, Phantom Brave, and Phantom Kingdom. He has also provided voice acting for many movies and games.

Edited by sweetiee10p on 28 Jan 2013, 06:46

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