Hisato Ohzawa (大澤壽人, Ōzawa Hisato?) (August 1, 1907—October 28, 1953) was a Japanese composer. His relative neglect today contrasts with the fact that he was one of the pre-eminent Japanese composers of his day.
He grew up in Kobe, studying piano, organ and choral singing. He moved to the United States in 1930 to study composition at Boston University and the New England Conservatory of Music, also taking some lessons with Arnold Schoenberg. It was in America that his… read more
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