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Noriko Ogawa|Dai Fujikura: Ampere

Dai Fujikura: Ampere

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Dai Fujikura: Ampere

Noriko Ogawa

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Ampere, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (Live) (Dai Fujikura)

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Ampere, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (Live)
Noriko Ogawa
00:24:16

Noriko Ogawa, Performer - Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Thierry Fischer, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

Fluid Calligraphy (Dai Fujikura)

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Fluid Calligraphy
Barbara Lüneburg
00:09:25

Barbara Lüneburg, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

Stream State (Live) (Dai Fujikura)

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Stream State (Live)
Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra
00:12:05

Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

Poyopoyo (Dai Fujikura)

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Poyopoyo
Nobuaki Fukukawa
00:09:10

Nobuaki Fukukawa, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

Perla (Dai Fujikura)

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Perla
Inbar Solomon
00:08:11

Inbar Solomon, Performer - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

My Butterflies (Dai Fujikura)

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My Butterflies
DePaul University Ensemble 20+
00:13:02

DePaul University Ensemble 20+, Ensemble - Michael Lewanski, Conductor - Dai Fujikura, Composer

(C) 2014 Minabel (P) 2014 Minabel

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