Taijiro Goh


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Taijiro Goh, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Dairen on the 15th February 1907, the same year of the composers Aubin, Badings, Bialas, Clarke, Contilli, Desportes, Donati, Elston, Felderhof, Gebhardt, Giacobbe, Gresák, Guarnieri, Hartig, Hasegawa, Hirao, Kaufmann, Klebanov, Kono, Koval, Kozina, Ley, Maconchy, Maizel, Muench, Palester, Phillips, Polgar, Regamey, Roos, Rosseau, Ránki, Saguer, Saygun, Siqueira, Soloviev-Sedoy, Spadavecchia, Trojan, Van Durme. He died in Shizuoka on the first July 1970

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900


"Madame Rosaria" was performed in 1943

"Tsubaki saku koro" was performed in 1949

"Tais" has been represented in 1959

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"Drug Store" (1927), oil on canvas, 29 x 40 in, of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Goh (The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Taijiro Goh

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