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Tokura Shunichi

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Tokura Shunichi

Tokura Shunichi (都倉俊一) is a Japanese composer. When Tokura was three years old, he learned to play the violin. Through elementary, middle, and high school, he studied German musical movements deeply. He made his debuted as a composer in 1969 with Nakayama Chinatsu's "Anata no Kokoro ni" and made it famous in the 70s as the composer of Pink Lady and Yamaguchi Momoe. He also appeared on many shows like the audition show Star Tanjou! as a judge and Let's Go Young. Years later in the 80s, he went to Los Angeles and started to compose his own musicals.

Profile

  • Birthdate: June 21, 1948 (1948-06-21) (age 71)
  • Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
  • Family: Tokura Ken (Nephew)

Credits

Music

Asada Miyoko
Asano Yukiko
Asaoka Megumi
Asou Youko
Four Leaves
Go Hiromi
Hara Mayumi
Inoue Jun
Karyuudo
Kashiwabara Yoshie
Kuwae Tomoko
Kobayashi Miki
Koizumi Kyoko
Kousaka Miyuki
Kuroki Mayumi
LAZY
Matsuzaki Shigeru
Minami Saori
Minamino Yoko
misono
Mizrock
Mizutani Daisuki
Morning Musume
Nakayama Chinatsu
Okada Nana
Oshida Reiko
Pedro & Capri Chasse
Pink Lady
Saido Teruhiko
Shibuya Teppei
Shimizu Yukiko
Shoujotai
Takada Mizue
Tagawa Yousuke
Tsubata Mariko
W
Wada Akiko
Yamaguchi Momoe
Yamamoto Linda

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