Synonyms for ongaku or Related words with ongaku


Examples of "ongaku"
"Ongaku no Kodomo wa Mina Utau" (January 23, 2008)
Interview. "Ongaku Otaku", issue 3, 1998. pp. 16–22. (English)
Interview. "Ongaku Otaku", issue 3, 1998. pp. 16–22. (English)
Yoshirō Irino's music is mainly published by Zen-On Music Company Ltd, Ongaku No Tomo Sha,
As a singer-songwriter she is represented with Ongaku Koubou You.
Such as the Ongaku-no-tomo Composition Prize for "Two Poems for Chorus" in 1970.
The title song was first performed in the TBS show "Ongaku no hi" () on June 29.
In the early 1990s, Cohler founded the classical music record company Ongaku Records, Inc.
Boku to Kimi no subete wa Hibiya yagahi Ongaku-do de Utae (December 6, 2006)
Shimoyama's works are published by Academia Music, Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, Japan Federation of Composers, Mieroprint, Ongaku no Tomo-sha.
It was founded in 2009. The predecessor of the school, Nihon Ongaku Gakko, was founded in 1903.
Scores by Takemitsu are published by Ongaku No Tomo Sha, C.F. Peters, Éditions Salabert, Schott Japan, and Universal Edition.
In mid-2007, Ishikawa joined the Japanese idol group Ongaku Gatas along with fellow members of Gatas Brilhantes H.P..
Superfly performed the song live at "Music Station" on August 24, at "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 21 and at "NHK Songs" on September 22. On the final episode of "Bokura no Ongaku" on September 19, 2014, Superfly returned to the program and performed "Kagayaku Tsuki no Yō ni" as well as SMAP's 2003 name "Sekai ni Hitotsu dake no Hana".
The works of Yasuraoka are published by the Japan Federation of Composers, Zen-On Music, Ongaku-no-tomo Sha and Tokyo Academia Music.
Superfly performed "Wildflower" at "Music Japan" on July 18, followed by performances at "Bokura no Ongaku" on August 27 and "Music Station" on September 3.
Kokyokukai has trained the successor. Kokyokukai has held the concert. In modern Japanese, "hurui ongaku" refers to old music. Kokyoku is idiom.
Ongaku no Sekai e Youkoso is Makoto Kawamoto's 3rd album released on February 19, 2010 by . All songs written and produced by Makoto Kawamoto.
Yoshizawa then focused her time on Gatas Brilhantes H.P., along with being leader of a group formed with fellow members of the futsal team called Ongaku Gatas.
The compositions of Takekuni Hirayoshi are published mainly by the Japan Federation of Composers, Ongaku-no-Tomo Sha and Edition Kawai.