Shirō Sagisu

Shirō Sagisu (鷺巣 詩郎, Sagisu Shirō, born August 29, 1957)[1] is a Japanese music producer and composer. With a career spanning over 45 years (beginning in the late 1970s), he is best known for his works as a record producer for acts including various choir members Mike Wyzgowski, Misia, Satoshi Tomiie, and Ken Hirai. Sagisu has also worked as a film composer for several anime and films and is well known for his collaborations with Gainax, especially the soundtrack to Hideaki Anno's series Neon Genesis Evangelion. He won the Tokyo Anime Award for Best Music in 2010 for Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance.[2]

Shirō Sagisu
鷺巣 詩郎
Born (1957-08-29) August 29, 1957 (age 62)
Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan
OriginJapan
GenresSymphonic, rock, electronic, film score, J-pop
Occupation(s)Producer, Arranger, Composer
Years active1978–present

DiscographyEdit

  • EYES with Somethin' Special (1979)[3]
  • Pole Position 2 with Somethin' Special (1980)[4]
  • Final Fantasy VI Grand Finale (orchestral arrangement, 1994)[5]
  • Shiro's Songbook (1999)[6]
  • Shiro's Songbook 2 (2000)[7]
  • Tribute to Cool! Shiro's Songbook 2.5 (2001)[8]
  • 5.1 Gospel Songbook (2001)[9]
  • Shiro's Songbook "remixes and more" (2002)[10]
  • Shiro's Songbook Selection London Freedom Choir (2003)[11]
  • Shiro's Songbook Ver 7.0 (2005)[12]
  • Shiro's Songbook Xpressions (2013)[13]
  • Shiro's Songbook The Hidden Wonder of Music (2017)[14]
  • Shiro's Ani-Songbook (2018)[15]

FilmographyEdit

Anime worksEdit

Movie worksEdit

TV worksEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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