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Kōsaku Yamada (山田 耕筰, Yamada Kōsaku, 9 June 1886 – 29 December 1965) was a Japanese composer and conductor.
Born in Tokyo, Yamada started his music education at Tokyo Music School in 1904, studying there under German composers August Junker [de] and Heinrich Werkmeister. In 1910, he left Japan for Germany where he enrolled at the Prussian Academy of Arts and learnt composition under Max Bruch and Karl Leopold Wolf and piano under Carl August Heymann-Rheineck,[citation needed] before returning to Japan in late 1913. He travelled to the United States in 1918 for two years. During his stay in Manhattan, New York City, he conducted a temporarily-organized orchestra composed of members of New York Philharmonic and New York Symphony, short before their amalgamation.

Yamada composed about 1,600 pieces of musical works, in which art songs (Lieder) amount to 700 even excluding songs commissioned by schools, municipalities and companies. The songs were performed and recorded by many famous singers such as Kathleen Battle, Ernst Haefliger and Yoshikazu Mera. His opera Kurofune (black ships) is regarded as one of the most famous Japanese operas. His work was heard at the music section of the art competition at the 1936 Summer Olympics.

Kosaku Yamada, circa 1915 -1920
As a conductor, Yamada made an effort to introduce western orchestral works to Japan. He premiered in Japan of Debussy's Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, Dvořák's Symphony No. 9, Gershwin's An American in Paris, Mosolov's Iron Foundry, Sibelius' Finlandia, Shostakovich's Symphony No. 1, Johann Strauss II's An der schönen blauen Donau, and Wagner's Siegfried Idyll.

Jacques Ibert's Ouverture de fête was dedicated to the Japanese emperor and government for the 2,600th National Foundation Day in 1940 and premiered under the baton of Yamada.

Yamada died at his home in Tokyo of a heart attack on 29 December 1965, and was survived by his wife, Teruko.

Tomojirō Ikenouchi (池内 友次郎, Ikenouchi Tomojirō, October 21, 1906 – March 9, 1991) was a Japanese composer of contemporary classical music and professor.
Tomojiro Ikenouchi was born in Tokyo as son of a haiku poet Kyoshi Takahama. He traveled to Paris in 1927, where he studied composition with Henri Büsser and piano with Lazare Lévy. His music is influenced by French Impressionist music. He returned to Japan in 1933.

Ikenouchi taught at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music beginning in 1947. His notable students include Isang Yun, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Toshiro Mayuzumi, Maki Ishii, Shin-ichiro Ikebe, Makoto Shinohara, Akira Miyoshi, Akio Yashiro, Roh Ogura, Kōhei Tanaka, Teizo Matsumura, Masato Uchida and Ryohei Hirose. See: List of music students by teacher: G to J#Tomojirō Ikenouchi. Along with several of his students, he formed the Shinshin Kai group in 1955.

His works are published by Ongaku-no-Tomo Sha. His granddaughter is cellist, Kristina Reiko Cooper.

Kōmei Abe (安部幸明, Abe Kōmei, 1 September 1911 – 28 December 2006) was a neo-classical Japanese composer who specialized in string quartets. He performed both as cellist and clarinetist.
He was born in Hiroshima into a military family, and became interested in the violin during a stay in Tokyo. From 1929 he attended Tokyo Music School, where he studied cello under Heinrich Werkmeister (1883–1936), who had moved to Japan in 1907, and composition under the conductor Klaus Pringsheim Sr. (a former pupil of Gustav Mahler) who had been invited to Tokyo in 1931 to become professor of music at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. From 1937 he studied with Joseph Rosenstock. In 1942, he had his first success with the premiere of the Cello Concerto, which he had completed five years before. However, in 1944 he was conscripted into the Navy. After the war he became involved in broadcasting, and co-founded the five-member Chijinkai (Earth-Human Association), which gave six concerts between 1949 and 1955. Between 1948 and 1954 he was the director of the Imperial orchestra. Although this orchestra usually performed Western music, many of its members had played traditional court music, and thus Abe learnt in detail about the gagaku style.

His compositions include two symphonies, fifteen string quartets, and concertos for piano and cello.

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