Synonyms for meikyoku or Related words with meikyoku

ongaku              otona              utsukushii              hitori              sakamichi              hajimete              ichizoku              koibito              yasashii              shiranai              tameni              kamisama              omoide              hajimari              tsukiyo              maboroshi              onnanoko              koisuru              soshite              kanashimi              kodomo              aijin              tanoshii              shigoto              danshi              seishun              warau              itsuka              jikan              omoi              meiro              jounetsu              kimochi              takaramono              kakumei              ikenai              seikatsu              saraba              asobi              kisetsu              yoake              yatte              aitsu              junjou              yureru              dokusho              onaji              renai              jibun              darake             



Examples of "meikyoku"
Recently the number of meikyoku kissa has been on the decline.
"Meikyoku kissa" first appeared during the 1950s. Most people could not buy expensive LP records, so they listened to classical music at the cafes.
Ito is the author of "Kangakki no Meikyoku Meienso" ("The Masterpieces and Great Performances of Wind Instruments") and has translated Frank Erickson’s "Arranging for Concert Band" into Japanese.
Hikawa released the single "Hatsukoi Ressha" on February 9, 2005. It became his first number-one single on the Japanese Oricon weekly single charts. In 2006, he won the grand prix award by his song "Ikken" at the 48th Japan Record Awards. On February 4, 2009, he released single "Rōkyōku Ichidai", which became his second number-one single on the Oricon weekly charts. On May 20, 2009, he released album "Enka Meikyoku Collection 10: Rōkyōku Ichidai", which debuted at No. 2 on the Oricon weekly album charts only behind Eminem's album "Relapse". He released his second single of the year, "Tokimeki no Rumba", on August 19, 2009. The single debuted at No. 1 on the Oricon weekly charts with the first week sales of about 68,000 copies, making him the first solo enka singer to make three number-one singles in Oricon history. He released album "Enka Meikyoku Collection 11: Tokimeki no Rumba" on November 11, 2009.
The anime's opening song was "History Maker" by Dean Fujioka, and its closing song was "You Only Live Once" by Wataru Hatano. A compilation CD entitled , with the anime's 24 original songs, was released on December 21, 2016. The insert song "Yuri On Ice" was included in "Piano Solo Chū Jōkyū Figure Skate Meikyoku-shū ~Hyōyō ni Hibiku Melody~ 2016-2017", a piano book released on January 21, 2017 with music used by figure skaters (including Mao Asada and Yuzuru Hanyu). It was the only anime song in the music book release.