Jun Nagao

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Jun Nagao
Born(1964-03-01)March 1, 1964
Other names長生 淳
Occupationcomposer

Jun Nagao (Japanese: 長生 淳; born 1964) is a Japanese composer.

Nagao began his career as an arranger for orchestras and wind ensembles. Today he is known for his many original compositions including several works for video games and films. He won the 2000 Toru Takemitsu Composition Award for his work entitled L'été-L'oubli rouge.

Wind ensemble works[edit]

  • Symphony (1997)
  • Reminiscence (1997)
  • Die Heldenzeit Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind ensemble (1998)
  • The Other Garden Concerto for Euphonium and Wind ensemble (1998)
  • Wavetops (2000)
  • Souten no shizuku (2001)
  • La saison lumineuse du vent vert (2002)
  • Fluttering Maple Leaves (2003)
  • Kompeki no Hatou (2005)
  • Saiwai no Ryu(Der Glücksdrache) (2005)
  • Auspicious Snow (2007)
  • The Everlasting Trunk (2007)
  • By Gathering Together (2008)
  • Un morceau du ciel (2008)
  • Sing with Sincerity (2008)
  • Triton (2008)
  • Four Seasons of Trouvère for saxophone and wind ensemble

Chamber music[edit]

  • Quatuor de Saxophones (2002)
  • Your Kindness for alto saxophone and piano (2003)
  • The Planets by Trouvere for saxophone quartet (2004)
  • Dawn Passage for four clarinets
  • Futarishizuka for solo flute
  • Icare for trombone and piano
  • Palsifaliana for trombone and piano
  • Purity for solo flute
  • Rhapsody on "Carmen" by Georges Bizet for saxophone quartet and piano

Film music[edit]

  • 2001 Le Petit poucet

TV music[edit]

  • 1993 Ryukyu no Kaze

Video game music[edit]

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