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The year 2020 was exceptional for all of us in the world. To prevent the spread of coronavirus, people were forced stay at home and keep social distance to each other. In this circumstance, we still would like to send a message which remains that "you are not alone" to people all over the world, by making this music video which is like a short film.

We artists cannot physically treat patients suffering from coronavirus like medical workers do, but we hope that this video encourages you and give you some positive energy. As there is no dialogue, you may freely imagine the story in the video.

*This production (project) was supported by the Agancy of Cultural Affairs, government of Japan.
(Emergency Comprehensive Aid Package for Cultural Art Activities)
*Each parts of the orchestra were recorded separately in a studio due to the corona restrictions.

Composed and orchestrated by Hiroki Fujii
https://mtfujimusic.com/about/

Orchestra members

Violin:Sato Onoda
Violin :Marie Hirota
Viola:Risa Honda
Cello:Shoko Hasegawa
Contrabass:Shinnosuke Iguchi
Flute & Piccolo:Makoto Ogata
Oboe:Yuki Abe
Clarinet & Bass Clarinet:Nao Nakamura
Bassoon:Tetsuro Yokosawa
Horn:Yukihiro Nakazawa
Trumpet & Piccolo Trumpet: Shutoku Sato
Trombone:Shintaro Takahashi
Bass Trombone & Tuba:Katsuhisa Asari
Percussion:Maico Tomita
Harp:Ayumi Miyamoto

Piano Solo (Ending):Maki Kitamura

Mixied by Shunroku Hitani

Illustrator:Kyoko Kamoshida

Executive Producer Hiroki Fujii
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Artist Profile

  • Hiroki Fujii

    Trombonist, Composer, Arranger, Teacher, Writer, Producer, Consultant / Hiroki Fujii was born in 1979 in Osaka. When he was a high school student he got the 3rd place in the 4th annual Japan Trombone Competition. He started his career as a professional musician at the age of 19. He played with the Tokyo Disney Sea Maritime Band for 2 years before he went to the United States to study music at the age of 24. He got a scholarship to study at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and studied with Bruce Paulson. Immediately after he returned to Japan, he played in the Tokyo Disney Land Band for 1 year. He has also performed and worked with numerous jazz artists including Allen Hermann, Alenn Vizutti, Bill Reichenbach, Chuck Findley, Eero Koivistoinen, Eijiro Nakagawa, Eric Marienthal, Eric Miyashiro, George Roberts, Harry Betts, Jeff Coffin, Jigs Whigham, Jim Pugh, Lloyd Ulyate, Mats Holmquist, Randy Brecker, Rich Perry, Tim Hagans and Wycliffe Gordon. Hiroki has recorded a lot of music for TV commercials. He has also played on many CDs for Japanese pop and rock artists. These include Mitsuhiro Oikawa, Maki Oguro, and Kanjani Eight. He has also played live and toured with world famous artists such as Eikichi Yazawa, Ai Otsuka, Kanjani Eight, Subaru Sibutani and Naoto Inti Raymi. He has composed and arranged music for his own bands "Hero's Session" and "Hero's Brass". He also composed and arranged works which have been played at Tokyo Disney and Tokyo Sky Tree as well as other locations in around Tokyo. Hiroki worked as an instructor with Yamaha Music School between 2008 and 2015. Here he taught all levels and individuals as well as groups. He focused on a broad range of skill areas in his classes. These included anatomy, psychology in order to broaden his range of teaching techniques. Hiroki has published a book of etudes which extend brass players' abilities. He has also written a number of musical pieces for brass players. He has also worked with willie's Custom Brass to design the Mt.Fuji model mouthpiece. Hiroki is a Yamaha Z model official user.(https://jp.yamaha.com/sp/blog/z_express/author/fujii-hiroki/) In addition to his role as teacher and performer, Hiroki helped victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011, by playing concerts and teaching. He has also supported communities in Cebu in the Philippines by donating second-hand instruments as well as teaching and performing.

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