Fumio Hayasaka tuvo una asociación celebrado con el director japonés por excelencia Akira Kurosawa, que fue de corta duración debido a la temprana muerte de Hayasaka. La película de 1948 Drunken Angel (Yoidore tenshi) fue la primera película dirigida por Akira Kurosawa que Hayasaka compuso la música para la película.
Fumio Hayasaka (Sendai, 19 agosto 1914 – Tokyo, 15 ottobre 1955) è stato un compositore giapponese
Fumio Hayashi (doctor)(林 文雄, 1900–1947), Japanese physician Fumio Hisamatsu(久松 文雄, born 1943), Japanese manga artist and character designer Fumio Igarashi(五十嵐 文男, born 1958), Japanese figure skater Fumio Imamura(今村 文男, born 1966), Japanese racewalker
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Pages in category "Films scored by Fumio Hayasaka" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Fumio Hayasaka was a strong proponent of using Japanese music in Japanese films, though he incorporated several elements of Western music as well. For Ugetsu, he employed geza music, common in Kabuki theatre.
The film was scored by Fumio Hayasaka, who is among the most respected of Japanese composers. At the director's request, he included an adaptation of " Boléro " by Maurice Ravel , especially during the woman's story.
Fumio Hayasaka (1914–1955) was a Japanese classical and film composer. In 1933, he organized the New Music League with Akira Ifukube. Hayasaka received a number of prizes for his chamber works, such as Kodai no bukyoku (won the Weingartner Prize in 1938).
Ikiru (生きる, "To Live") is a 1952 Japanese drama film directed and co-written by Akira Kurosawa and starring Takashi Shimura.The film examines the struggles of a terminally ill Tokyo bureaucrat and his final quest for meaning.