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{{Infobox person
 
{{Infobox person
| name = Joe Hisaishi
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|name = Joe Hisaishi
| image = Joe Hisaishi 2011.jpg
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|image = Joe Hisaishi 2011.jpg
| caption = Hisaishi in Paris in 2011
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|caption = Hisaishi in Paris in 2011
| native name = 久石 譲
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|native name = 久石 譲
| birth name = Mamoru Fujisawa
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|birth name = Mamoru Fujisawa
| born = December 6, 1950 (age 67)<br />
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|born = December 6, 1950 (age 69)<br />
 
Nakano, Nagano, Japan
 
Nakano, Nagano, Japan
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|occupation = Composer {{*}} conductor {{*}} arranger
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|years active = 1974–present
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|genres = Film score {{*}} classical romanticism
| occupation = Composer {{*}} conductor {{*}} arranger
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|instruments = Piano {{*}} keyboards {{*}} violin
| years active = 1974–present
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|website = [http://joehisaishi.com/ joehisaishi.com]
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| genres = Film score {{*}} classical romanticism
 
| instruments = Piano {{*}} keyboards {{*}} violin
 
| website = [http://joehisaishi.com/ joehisaishi.com]
 
 
}}'''Mamoru Fujisawa''' (藤澤守 ''Fujisawa Mamoru''), professionally known as '''Joe Hisaishi''' (久石譲 ''Hisaishi Joe''), is a Japanese composer who composed a lot of music for [[Studio Ghibli]] movies. The first major scores he composed were Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz and Robokko Beeton.
 
}}'''Mamoru Fujisawa''' (藤澤守 ''Fujisawa Mamoru''), professionally known as '''Joe Hisaishi''' (久石譲 ''Hisaishi Joe''), is a Japanese composer who composed a lot of music for [[Studio Ghibli]] movies. The first major scores he composed were Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz and Robokko Beeton.
   

Latest revision as of 10:37, June 22, 2020

Mamoru Fujisawa (藤澤守 Fujisawa Mamoru), professionally known as Joe Hisaishi (久石譲 Hisaishi Joe), is a Japanese composer who composed a lot of music for Studio Ghibli movies. The first major scores he composed were Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz and Robokko Beeton.

Studio GhibliEdit

TriviaEdit

Joe Hisaishi is inspired by European composers such as L. van Beethoven, W.A. Mozart and J.S. Bach.

GalleryEdit

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