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Kuniharu Akiyama (born May 22, 1929 - died August 17, 1996) was a Japanese avant-garde composer, music critic, producer and poet.
Akiyama was a founding member of the Jikken Kobo group of avant-garde artists in the 1950s. As a music critic he was best known for his studies of Erik Satie and Japanese film music.
He was married to the pianist Aki Takahashi.
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