Kan Ishii


"The Lee Shore" (1941), oil on canvas, 28 1/4 x 43 in., of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Ishii (Private collection)


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The musician Kan Ishii, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Tokyo on the 30th March 1921, the same year of the composers Allanbrook, Arnold, Beeson, Bergsma, Boldemann, Burghauser, Correia de Oliveira, Doran, Driessler, El-Dabh, Engelmann, Ferenczy, Geissler, Goldberg, Hewitt, Hines, Hopkins, Imbrie, Irino, Kokkonen, Kurka, Lagidze, Landau, Lidholm, Nixon, Novák, Ogden, Podést, Rosen, Smit, Tausinger, Tischhauser, Townsend.

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Kan Ishii


"Ningyo to akai rosoku" has been represented in 1961

"Kaguya-hime" has been represented in 1963

"En no Gyoja" has been represented in 1964 in Tokyo

"Kesa to Morito" was performed on the 24th of November 1968 in Tokyo

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