WORKS

ORCHESTRAL

 

La Petite Rhapsodie (1998)

3 flutes( Ⅲ doubling piccolo), 3 oboes, 3 clarinets( Ⅲ doubling bass clarinet),

3 bassoons (Ⅲ doubling ontrabassoon),

4 horns in F, 3 trumpets in C,

3 trombones (Ⅲ doubling bass trombone),

1 tuba, piano, timpani,

3 percussion

players, strings

duration: 6 min.

 

In the Grey Dawn (2008)
3 flutes (Ⅲ doubling piccolo),

3 oboes (Ⅲ doubling cor anglais),

2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabasoon, 4 horns in F, 3 trumpets,

2 trombones, 1 bass trombone, 1 tuba, timpani,

2 percussion players (Ⅰ: bass drum, tam-tam, marimba, bongo, conga Ⅱ:vibraphone, suspended cymbal, glockenspiel, tubular bells) harp, celesta, strings
duration: 12 min.

 

Shakunage no odori Dances

of the Rhododendron (2012)
string orchestra
duration: 10 minutes
First performance 27 April 2012
Hokusai Orchestra

Akiko Ohtomo conductor
St. James's Church Piccadilly, London

- for the memory of the disaster -
 

Spring Moon for Japanese percussion solo and a large ensemble (2013)
2 horns, 2 tumpets, trombone,

bass trombone, tuba, 2 percussion players (vibraphone, chanchiki, glockenspiel,

tubular bells, suspended cymbal)

percussion 2 (xylophone, bass drum, tom-toms) kins, taikos, gongs,

harp, celesta, 2 cellos, contrabass
duration: 10 minutes
First performance 26 April 2013
Joji Hirota Japanese percussion

Hokusai Orchestra

Akiko Ohtomo conductor
St. James's Church Paddington, London

 

 

CHAMBER

 

Blumengarten (1999)

duration: 12 min.

First performance Oct. 2001

Edwin Roxbourgh, RCM New Perspectives EnsembleConcert Hall, Royal College of Music 2001

 

Eclipse (1999)
violin, guitar
First performance 2000
Haru Sekiya, Carsten Radtke
Hind Street Church, London

 

Acqua commmovente (2000)
piano four hands
duration: 8 min.
First performance 2000
Kanae Furomoto, Moon-Young,

Chae Hind Street Church, London

 

Scenes from The Mikado (arrangement of The Mikado

by A. Sullivan) (2000)
piano four hands
duration: 7 min.
First performance 2001
Kanae Furomoto, Ayako Hase
Japan Festival 2001, London etc.

 

So Early in the Morning (2000)
flute (doubling piccolo),

bass clarinet in Bb,

trumpet (doubling piccolo trumpet),
2 percussion players, piano,

2 violins, cello
duration: 8 min.

 

Tricolore (2001)
harpsichord, percussion
duration: 6 min.
First performance December, 2002
Mami Kurumada,

Lee Forrest Ferguson
Sendai, Japan

 

Fair wind (2005)
clarinet, piano, violin, cello
duration: 4 min.

 

the brother sun, sister moon (2005)
cello, piano
duration: 10 min.
First performance 2005
Adalbert Skocic, Kanae Furomoto
Emmy Hall, Aioi, Japan

 

The Moon out of the blue (2006)
flute, alto flute, soprano sax, alto sax,

horn in F, flugelhorn, 2 trombones, tuba, percussion (suspended cymbal, vibraphone, maracas, triangle, conga),

piano, electric guitar, bass guitar
duration: 9 min.

 

Echoes of the inland sea (2008)
string quartet (2 violins, viola, cello)
duration: 9 min.

 

Canto for violins (2009)
2 violins, or violin and cello
First performance April 2009
Haru Sekiya (as a recording)
for the stage production Richard Ⅲ 'R3' co-production
by Tokyo International players

and Yokohama Theatre Group

at The Metropolitan Art Space, Tokyo

 

Duo for violins (2009)
duration: 4 min.
First performance April 2009
Haru Sekiya (as a recording)
For the stage production Richard Ⅲ 'R3'
co-production by Tokyo International Players

and Yokohama Theatre Group

at The Metropolitan Art Space, Tokyo

 

Melange de Gris (2009)
percussion
duration: 4 min.
First performance April 2009
Lee Forrest Ferguson
The Metropolitan Art Space, Tokyo

 

Kosatsuki for Shadow Play Theatre (2010)
Text: Keiko Takano

based on Rangiku Monogatari

by Junichiro Tanizaki
duration: 1 hour

 

Spring Moon Shungetsu (2013)
Japanese percussion instruments,

4 horns, 2 trumpets, 1 trombone,

1 bass trombone, tuba, cello,

double bass
duration: 11 minutes
First performance 26th April 2013
Hokusai Orchestra, Akiko Ohtomo,

Joji Hirota
St. James's Church Paddington

 

Gin no bashamichi Ⅱ

original music for theatre work Gin no bashamichi Ⅱ (2014)
Commissioned Himeji Convention Support
First performance 7th Sept. 2014
Gin no Bashamichi theatre company
Ikuno, Hyogo prefecture, Japan

 

Autumn fireworks (2015)
cello, piano, oboe
First performance 14th Nov. 2015
Adalbert Skocic, Uki Iwasaki,
Sebastian Skocic
Tatsuno Art Project
Tatsunojo castle, Tatsuno, Japan

 

SOLO
 

 

Metamorphoses (1996)

solo piano

duration: 5 min.

 

Flowing tide (1999)
guitar solo
duration: 5 min.
First performance Oct. 2000
Carsten Radtke
Bodensee Festival, Germany

 

Bitter sweet (2002)
harpsichord
First performance 2002
Mami Kurumada
Meguro, Tokyo

 

Nuances of the sun (2002)
harpsichord
First performance December, 2003
Mami Kurumada
Nagoya, Japan

 

Echoing Scent (2003)
harpsichord
First performance December, 2003
Mami Kurumada
Nagoya, Japan

 

Resonance for Guitar Solo (2009)
guitar solo
duration: 4 min.
First performance April 2009
Carsten Radtke (as a recording)
The stage production, Richard Ⅲ 'R3'
at The Metropolitan Art Space, Tokyo