Synonyms for mitsuko_horie or Related words with mitsuko_horie

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Examples of "mitsuko_horie"
"Fly away - Yume no Hikouki" sung by Mitsuko Horie
The theme song for the game was performed by Ichirou Mizuki and Mitsuko Horie.
The opening theme was performed by Mitsuko Horie (her first) when she was just 12 years old.
The opening theme "Hello Lalabel" and the ending theme "Mahou Shōjo Lalabel" were sung by Mitsuko Horie.
Mitsuko Horie also sang "Koi wa Totsuzen" ("Love is sudden"), the song featuring in the opening credits of each episode.
She is part of the judging panel at the Animax Anison Grand Prix, with fellow noted anime singers Ichirou Mizuki and Mitsuko Horie.
"Isao Sasaki" and "Koorogi '73" sang the opening theme "Kibou yo sore wa"; while "Ou no Naka no Ou", the ending theme, is performed by "Mitsuko Horie" and "Koorogi '73".
The theme songs for the series are (opening) and (ending), both composed by Takeo Yamashita and arranged by Hiroshi Tsutsui, with lyrics by Kazuo Umezu and vocals by Mitsuko Horie.
She is referred to by fans and the Japanese press as the "Queen of Anime Song" and is considered to be one of the "Four Heavenly Kings and Queens of Anison" ("アニソン四天王"), along with Ichiro Mizuki, Isao Sasaki, and Mitsuko Horie.
Nippon Animation of Japan released "Ai Shoujo Pollyanna Monogatari" "(The Story of Pollyanna, Girl of Love)," a fifty-one episode anime TV series that made up the 1986 installment of the studio's "World Masterpiece Theater", and had famous singer Mitsuko Horie playing the role of Pollyanna.
In the anime series, her voice actress is Mitsuko Horie. In the stage musicals, four different actresses have portrayed her: Saori Sara, Tamami Matsumoto, Takemi, and Yumie Sakaguchi. Matsumoto stated that she greatly enjoyed the role: "ordering people around and being above others is such a great feeling".
Like many of Tatsunoko's series at the time (in particular its predecessor "Kashi no Ki Mokku"), the show was often sad and sadistic, with Demetan having to deal with natural predators as well as the bullies who rule the pond. The well-loved theme song sung by Mitsuko Horie has a melancholy sound.
Famous voice actress and pop idol Mitsuko Horie provided the voice of Yakko in the anime. Isao Sasaki was the voice of Go, Katsuji Mori of Satomi, Takeshi Aono of Shige-San, and Yūko Mita of Hashizo. Masa Amamori provided the voice of Juliano.
The original anime ran for 94 episodes from 1969 to 1970. It was animated by Toei Animation and broadcast by TV Asahi (then known as NET). It has been remade twice, in 1988 (61 episodes, featuring Mitsuko Horie in the role of Akko-chan and singing the opening and ending themes) and in 1998 (44 episodes).
With Make-Up, he recorded several songs for the anime Saint Seiya, including the first opening song Pegasus Fantasy and the first ending song Blue Forever. All songs were released in three albums Saint Seiya Hits I (which had the participation of Mitsuko Horie), Saint Seiya Hits II and Saint Seiya 1996 Song Collection.
"Candy Candy" is a 1976 to 1979 Japanese anime television series based on Kyoko Mizuki manga series of the same name. The animated series was produced by Toei Animation. The series was first broadcast in Japan by TV Asahi from 1 October 1976 to 2 February 1979. Two pieces of theme music sung by Mitsuko Horie are used through the entire series. The opening theme is "Watashi wa Candy" and the closing ending theme is "Ashita ga Suki".
The annual competition is first held across a series of preliminaries in several Japanese cities, with the chosen finalists performing at a final round, which will be broadcast across Japan on Animax, where they will be judged by a panel of celebrity judges, music producers and record company executives, including noted singers Ichirō Mizuki, Mitsuko Horie and Yumi Matsuzawa. The winner of the competition will subsequently perform a theme song to an Animax anime project as their debut and earn a professional contract with Sony Music Japan.
Theme music composed for films, anime (), tokusatsu, and Japanese television dramas are considered a separate music genre. Several prominent musical artists and groups have spent most of their musical careers performing theme songs and composing soundtracks for visual media. Such artists include Masato Shimon (current holder of the world record for most successful single in Japan for "Oyoge! Taiyaki-kun"), Ichirou Mizuki, all of the members of JAM Project, Akira Kushida, Isao Sasaki, and Mitsuko Horie. Notable composers of Japanese theme music include Joe Hisaishi, Michiru Oshima, Yoko Kanno, Toshihiko Sahashi, Yuki Kajiura, Kōtarō Nakagawa and Yuuki Hayashi.
Ang Dating Doon (English: "The Formerly There") is a popular recurring segment on GMA Network's gag show "Bubble Gang" from 1998 to 1999. It was briefly revived in 2001 and 2005. The show experienced a resurfacing in the late 2011 and is broadcast once a month. It is a parody of the religious television program "Ang Dating Daan" (English: "The Old Path"), which is produced by the Members Church of God International. At first, the nursery rhyme "Row Row Row Your Boat" was the opening and closing theme used from 1998 to 1999. In the same year however, it comically began to use instead the opening theme of the anime TV series "Chōdenji Machine Voltes V" ("Voltes V no Uta" by Mitsuko Horie, Koorogi '73 and Columbia Cradle Club), as both its opening and closing song. It was of perfect timing, since it was a way of promoting Voltes V for the network back then.
In July 1968, Mizuki signed onto the Columbia Music Entertainment label and released his first single called "Kimi ni sasageru Boku no Uta", composed by Kanae Wada. In 1971, Mizuki recorded the song which was used as the opening theme for "Genshi Shōnen Ryū". This began his foray into recording well over 1200 songs for various soundtracks as well as original singles and albums. Other early songs sung by Mizuki include the themes to "Chojin Barom 1", "Mazinger Z", "Babel II", "Robot Detective", "Kamen Rider X", "Great Mazinger", "Ganbare!! Robocon", "Kamen Rider Stronger", "", "Steel Jeeg", "Akumaizer 3", "Chōdenji Robo Combattler V", and "Space Pirate Captain Harlock". His extensive discography in the 1970s led to his dubbing as and the , with whom Mitsuko Horie is the "Queen" and Hironobu Kageyama is the "Prince". Mizuki is also part of the judging panel at the Animax Anison Grand Prix, with Horie and Yumi Matsuzawa.