Yuji Nomi

Yuji Nomi (野見 祐二, Nomi Yūji, born July 19, 1958 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese composer. His work includes the Studio Ghibli films Whisper of the Heart (1995) and The Cat Returns (2002), as well as the Kyoto Animation television series Nichijou (2011). His mentor was Ryuichi Sakamoto, whom he helped with Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise and The Last Emperor (both 1987).

Early lifeEdit

Nomi dropped out of Chuo University, after which he began to study painting.[1]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

TelevisionEdit

  • Hanayome wa 16-sai! (1995)
  • Doku (live-action, 1996)
  • DxD (live-action, 1997)
  • NHK Special: Uchu Michi éno Daikikou (documentary, 2001)
  • Seizon LifE (live-action, 2002)
  • Hannari Kikutaro (live-action, 2002)
  • NHK Special: Nankyoku Daikikou (documentary, 2003)
  • Hannari Kikutaro 2 (live-action, 2004)
  • Phoenix (animation, 2004)
  • Bokurano (animation, 2007)
  • Nichijou (animation, 2011)
  • Say "I Love You." (animation, 2012)

DiscographyEdit

  • Oshare TV (1986)[2]
  • Fantasia (1994)

CollaborationsEdit

  • Fantastic World 11: Megumi Wakatsuki no Takarabune World (1987)
  • Fantastic World 16: Please Save My Earth (1988)
  • Fantastic World 18: Here Is Greenwood (1989)
  • Wangan Trial Original Soundtrack (1997)

WritingsEdit

"Nonki katsu Kakoku na Eiga-Ongaku" in Ozu Yasujiro Taizen (The Complete Book of Ozu Yasujiro) by Matsuura Kanji and Miyamoto Akiko (Asahi Shimbun Publications Inc. 2019) ISBN 9784022515995

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "野見 祐二 / Yuuji Nomi". Face Music (in Japanese). Face Music Publisher, Inc. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Yuji Nomi Website". Yuji NomiWebsite (in Japanese and English). Yuji Nomi. Retrieved 25 June 2019.

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