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Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan. Contents The Sony Tape Recorder and Early Tape Music Establishment of the NHK Studio. Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan.

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Chapter 4

Early Electronic Music in Japan

  • Contents
  • The Sony Tape Recorder and Early Tape Music
  • Establishment of the NHK Studio
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Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan

  • Electronic music in Japan was initially inspired by works coming out of the Paris and Cologne studios. This work represented the first infusion of Asian culture into the new genre.
  • Japanese composers Takemitsu and Shibata anticipated the use of electronics to produce music as early as 1948.

Chapter 4

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Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan

  • In 1951, the Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation—now Sony—provided early tape recorders and studio facilities to composers associated with the Jikken Kobo (Experimental Workshop).
  • The first completed examples of Japanese tape music were Toraware No Onna (Imprisoned Woman) and Piece B by Akiyama in 1951.

Chapter 4

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Chapter 4 Early Electronic Music in Japan

  • The Nippon Hösö Kyökai (NHK) electronic music studio was founded by composers Moroi and Mayuzumi and a coalition of NHK radio producers and engineers in 1954. The studio design and equipment was modeled after the WDR studio in Cologne.
  • The first wave of Japanese electronic music was largely based on serial composition techniques first tried by German composers including Stockhausen.

Chapter 4