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Shiro Hamaguchi

A music composer and arranger for Imagine and (formerly) Victor Entertainment

Shiro Hamaguchi

Shiro Hamaguchi attended the Tokyo Academy of arts, where he came into contact with composer Masashi Hamauzu. He was hired by Victor Entertainment as department project manager in 1994 and worked there until 1996, when he joined Imagine. Hamaguchi was spotted by Nobuo Uematsu and was selected to arrange and orchestrate 3 pieces for the album Final Fantasy VII – Reunion Tracks. He then orchestrated a larger number for Final Fantasy VIII – Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec and several of the Final Fantasy piano arrange albums. He has also composed for anime titles, including Final Fantasy Unlimited (2001), One Piece (1999-) (with Kouhei Tanaka) and Hanasaku Iroha (2011).

He was a special guest at the A Night in Fantasia 2007: Symphonic Games Edition concert in Australia.

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Major classical label to release Nobuo Uematsu piano album

BlogSquare Enix Music Online has revealed that pianist Benyamin Nuss will be releasing a piano album of Nobuo Uematsu's work on major label Universal Music (Deutsche Grammophon/DECCA).

Nuss is working with supervisor Thomas Boecker, the man who produced the world's first video game concert outside Japan in early 2003. This generous and passionate man (I say this as I have spoken to him before) has since produced many concerts and albums including drammatica The Very Best of Yoko Shimomura and Vielen Dank Masashi Hamauzu. Read on

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