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 was a Japanese [[composer]] and writer on [[aesthetics]] and [[music theory]]. Largely self-taught, Takemitsu was admired for the subtle manipulation of instrumental and orchestral [[timbre]].<ref>McKenzie, Don, "Review: [Untitled]

Reviewed Work(s): To the Edge of Dream, for Guitar and Orchestra", Notes, 2nd Ser., vol. 46, no. 1. (Music Library Association, September 1989), 230. He is known for combining elements of oriental and occidental philosophy and for fusing sound with silence and tradition with innovation.Click here to see the full biography
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Uniform title: Piano distance
by Takemitsu, Toru
Paris : Editions Salabert, c1962
 
 
Takemitsu Tōru : watakushitachi no mimi wa kikoete iru ka / [chosha Takemitsu Tōru]
武満 徹 : 私たち の 耳 は 聞こえて いる か / [著者 武満 徹]
Uniform title: Works. Selections
by Takemitsu, Tōru
武満 徹
Tōkyō : Nihon Tosho Sentā, 2000
東京 : 日本 図書 センター, 2000
 
 
Uniform title: Arc, piano, orchestra. Part 1
by Takemitsu, Toru
Paris : Salabert, c1987
 
 
by Takemitsu, Toru
New York ; Paris : Editions Salabert, [c1973]
 
 
Yume to kazu : ongaku no gohō / Takemitsu Tōru = Dream and number : the mode of musical language / Toru Takemitsu
夢と数 : 音楽の語法 / 武満徹= Dream and number : the mode of musical language / Toru Takemitsu
by Takemitsu, Tōru
武満徹
Tōkyō : Riburo Pōto, 1987
東京 : リブロポ一ト, 1987
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