Isao Tomita (Modern Classical, Ambient) - lot of 4x original LP's - Multiple titles - LP's - Various pressings (see description) - 1974/1988
Isao Tomita (Modern Classical, Ambient)
1. Tomita – Snowflakes Are Dancing (The Newest Sound Of Debussy) (RCA Victor – APL1-0488, RCA Victor – 26.21414) made in Germany original 1974 LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-)
2. Tomita – Bolero (RCA Red Seal – ARL1-3412) made in USA original 1980 LP | item is still factory sealed in NEW, untouched condition. | Includes printed insert with liner notes, equipment list, and photo.
3. Tomita – Live In New York - Back To The Earth (RCA Victor – RL87717) made in EU original 1988 LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-) | small deletion mark in cover | On september 13, 1986, a battalion consisting of electronic equipment and live musicians was deployed on one side, in and above the Hudson River in the entire area of Battery Park in lower Manhattan in New York City. The purpose: a gigantic concert in commemoration of the centennial of the Statue of Liberty. With the statue as a backdrop, illuminated by spectacular fireworks and coruscating lasers displays, the concert was electronically composed and conducted by Japan's synthesizer genius, Isao Tomita.
4. Tomita and The Plasma Symphony Orchestra – Canon Of The Three Stars (RCA Red Seal – ARL1-5184) made in USA original 1984 LP | item is still factory sealed in New, untouched condition .
Japanese composer, arranger and synthesizer player. Born in Tokyo in April 22, 1932. Died May 5, 2016, Tokyo, Japan.
He wrote the theme music used by the Japanese gymnastics team in the 1956 Olympics. He has written the background music for "The Life Of The Flower (1960), "The Heaven And The Earth" (1969), "The new Tale Of Heike" (1972) and "Kaishu Katsu" (1974). In 1973 Tomita established "Plasma Music".
On July 30, 1980 it was announced that Tomita was to be the first president of Japan Records.