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Double vinyl LP pressing. 30 years after his last visit to Japan, John Williams has returned for a special concert - making his debut with the world-famous Saito Kinen Orchestra in renditions of his beloved film scores and reuniting with his longtime friend, world-renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa (1935-2024). Captured live on record at Suntory Hall last year, John Williams In Tokyo is set to be released by Deutsche Grammophon and follows his acclaimed concert albums, The Berlin Concert and John Williams in Vienna, which topped charts around the globe. The first single, 'Superman March' celebrates the composer in the week of his 92nd birthday along with a music video of the performance. Captured live at the concert in Tokyo, the album includes 11 pieces conducted by John Williams and a bonus track, 'Tributes! (for Seiji)' composed by John Williams for Seiji Ozawa, conducted by Stéphane Denève.
Double vinyl LP pressing. 30 years after his last visit to Japan, John Williams has returned for a special concert - making his debut with the world-famous Saito Kinen Orchestra in renditions of his beloved film scores and reuniting with his longtime friend, world-renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa (1935-2024). Captured live on record at Suntory Hall last year, John Williams In Tokyo is set to be released by Deutsche Grammophon and follows his acclaimed concert albums, The Berlin Concert and John Williams in Vienna, which topped charts around the globe. The first single, 'Superman March' celebrates the composer in the week of his 92nd birthday along with a music video of the performance. Captured live at the concert in Tokyo, the album includes 11 pieces conducted by John Williams and a bonus track, 'Tributes! (for Seiji)' composed by John Williams for Seiji Ozawa, conducted by Stéphane Denève.
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John Williams In Tokyo (Uk)
Artist: John Williams
Format: Vinyl
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Double vinyl LP pressing. 30 years after his last visit to Japan, John Williams has returned for a special concert - making his debut with the world-famous Saito Kinen Orchestra in renditions of his beloved film scores and reuniting with his longtime friend, world-renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa (1935-2024). Captured live on record at Suntory Hall last year, John Williams In Tokyo is set to be released by Deutsche Grammophon and follows his acclaimed concert albums, The Berlin Concert and John Williams in Vienna, which topped charts around the globe. The first single, 'Superman March' celebrates the composer in the week of his 92nd birthday along with a music video of the performance. Captured live at the concert in Tokyo, the album includes 11 pieces conducted by John Williams and a bonus track, 'Tributes! (for Seiji)' composed by John Williams for Seiji Ozawa, conducted by Stéphane Denève.
        
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