Noda, Teruyuki

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Noda, Teruyuki

Noda, Teruyuki, Japanese composer; b. Mie Prefecture, June 15, 1940. He was a pupil of Ikenouchi and Yashiro at the Tokyo Univ. of Fine Arts and Music.


ORCH.: 4 syms.: Symphony in One Movement (1963), Choral Sym. (Tokyo, July 10, 1968), Sym. No. 2 (1983), and Mie Ode (1990); A Mirror or a Journey (1968); Dislocation (Tokyo, Feb. 10, 1971); Mutation for 4 Japanese Instruments and Orch. (1971); Piano Concerto (1977); Guitar Concerto (1984); Fresque Symphonique (1987); Rapsodie Adriatique for Guitar and Strings (1988); Carnaval (1989); Liturgical Overture for Winds (1991); Forest Echoes for Marimba, 2 Percussionists, and Strings 1992). CHAMBER: Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano (1963); Quartet for Horn, Cello, Timpani, and Piano (1965); Morning Song for Marimba, 3 Flutes, and Contrabass (1968); 2 quartets for Japanese Instruments (1969, 1973); Poems I and II for 7 Instruments (1980); Novelette for String Quartet (1983); String Quartet (1985); In the Garden for Violin and Piano (1986); Ode Capricious for Piano (1986); Consonance for Wind Quintet (1993). VOCAL: Choral music.

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis Mclntire