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  1. Akira Ifukube - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Akira Ifukube (伊福部 昭, Ifukube Akira, 31 May 1914 – 8 February 2006) was a Japanese composer, best known for his works on the film scores of the Godzilla movies since 1954.

  2. Akira Ifukube - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Akira Ifukube (伊福部 昭 Ifukube Akira: Kushiro, 31 de mayo de 1914 - Tokio, 8 de febrero del 2006) fue un compositor japonés de música clásica y cinematográfica; en el segundo campo, sus obras más conocidas son aquellas que compuso para la serie de películas de Godzilla, de la casa productora japonesa Tōhō.

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    • 8 de febrero de 2006 (91 años), ciudad de Tokio (Japón)
  3. Talk:Akira Ifukube - Wikipedia

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  4. Akira Ifukube | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia
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    1. Godzilla(1954) 2. Rodan(1956) 3. The Mysterians(1957) 4. Varan(1958) 5. The Three Treasures(1959) 6. Battle in Outer Space(1959) 7. Kujira Gami(1962) 8. King Kong vs. Godzilla(1962) 9. Atragon(1963) 10. Mothra vs. Godzilla(1964) 11. Dogora(1964) 12. Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster(1964) 13. Frankenstein vs. Baragon(1965) 14. Invasion of Astro-Monster(1965) 15. Daimajin(1966) 16. The War of the Gargantuas(1966) 17. Return of Daimajin(1966) 18. Wrath of Daimajin(1966) 19. King Kong Escape...


    1. Godzilla, King of the Monsters(1998)

    Akira Ifukube with a Godzilla 1984maquette
    Akira Ifukube with Godzilla
    Akira Ifukube with the KiryuGojisuit to celebrate his 90th birthday

    Ifukube is credited as one of the composers of the score for Shin Godzilla, despite passing away a decade before the film's release.

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  5. Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah - Wikipedia

    Akira Ifukube agreed to compose the film's score on the insistence of his daughter, after as he was dissatisfied with the way his compositions had been treated in Godzilla vs. Biollante. [citation needed] Special effects

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  6. Akira Ifukube - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

    Fra Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi Akira Ifukube (født 31. maj 1914 Kushiro på øen Hokkaido, død 8. februar 2006 Tokyo Japan) var en japansk komponist, lærer, professor og violinist. Ifukube studerede komposition og violin privat hos bl.a. Alexander Tcherepnin, og er nok mest kendt som filmkomponist, bl.a. til filmen Godzilla (1954).

  7. Akira Ifukube – Wikipedia

    Akira Ifukube (31. maaliskuuta 1914 – 8. helmikuuta 2006) oli japanilainen taide- ja elokuvamusiikin säveltäjä. Ifukube syntyi Kushirossa Hokkaidon saarella. Hän vietti lapsuudestaan suuren osan alueilla, joilla asui japanilaista ja ainu -väestöä.

  8. Akira Ifukube(伊福部 昭 Ifukube Akira; Kushiro, 31 Mei1914–Tokyo, 8 Februari2006) adalah seorang komponismusik klasikdan musik tema film(film score) asal Jepang. Karyanya yang paling terkenal adalah musik untuk film-film dalam seri Godzilla. Ia belajar musik sendiri saat remaja.

  9. Detroit 2 - Wikipedia

    ^[f] "The Baddest" contains samples of "Gojira Tai Mosura", written and performed by Akira Ifukube, taken from the motion picture soundtrack of Godzilla vs. Mothra. ^[g] "Don Life" contains samples of "Human Nature", written by John Bettis and Steve Porcaro, as performed by Michael Jackson.

  10. 伊福部昭 - Wikipedia伊福部昭

    伊福部昭と「日本的なるもの」の帰趨 問題としての日本近代音楽に対する一視座 Transformation of Akira Ifukube's Nationalism:An Aspect of Modern Japanese Music as a Problem松﨑俊之; AKIRAIFUKUBEORG(英語) 伊福部昭 - NHK人物録