This event provides a stage for children who have lost the opportunity to perform due to the Corona disaster to send a message of encouragement through music to the people of the prefecture who are working hard to overcome the difficult situation caused by the new corona virus and the torrential rain disaster.
This concert will be held in conjunction with the Oita Brass Band Festival, the Oita Brass Band Competition, the Oita Elementary School Band Festival, and the Oita Marching Contest Alternative Competition "Blow away the corona! Oita Brass Band Festival 2020" (main venue: Beppu City Beacon Plaza), and as a concert in the "OAB Great Thanksgiving Festival 2020 More JIMOTTO! Atarashii Katachi" event hosted by OAB Oita Asahi Broadcasting.
This site contains excerpts from all the performances.
[Contents of the recording]
"Tsugaru Obara Bushi" and "Akita Shikata Bushi"
Nakatsu Higashi High School and Higashi Ryukoku High School Joint Team
Prayer, Pride, and What Will Be Passed Down to Tomorrow"
Nakatsu Higashi High School and Higashi Ryukoku High School Joint Team MAKE HER MINE"
Oita City Joto Junior High School
Let's Do It
SING SING SING"
Oita City Joto Junior High School Daichi Lichtenstein / Komaki
The Other One"
Otomo Kida / Komaki
"Ocha The Other One"
- "Tsugaru Jonkara Bushi The Other One"
- "Tsugaru Jonkara-bushi"
- "Marcelo Miyamoto"
Oita Prefectural Hita Rinkou High School / Lichta Daichi
Hita Rinkou High School / Lichtenstein Wind Ensemble Nariage
Wind Ensemble KageWind Ensemble Nage
Paprika Kuju Town Kokonoe Midoriyo Junior High School
Kokonoe Midoriyo Junior High SchoolKokonoe Midoriyo Junior High School
Furusato Oita Prefectural Hita Rinkou High School
Oita Prefectural Hita Rinkou High School
CAST & STAFF
Oita Prefectural Nakatsu Higashi High School Brass Band
Oita City Joto Junior High School Wind Orchestra
Oita City Joto Junior High School Wind Orchestra
Wind Ensemble Nariage
Kokonoe Ryokuyo Junior High School Wind Orchestra
Oita Prefectural Hita Rinkou High School Wind Orchestra Club
Daichi Kitada (Shamisen Artist)
Born in Oita Prefecture. In 2006, he studied under Keidai Fukui of the Fukui School of Tsugaru Shamisen, and in 2012, he participated in the national Tsugaru Shamisen Competition for the first time, winning first place in the general category. In addition to his original compositions, he collaborates with artists and instruments of other genres, and participates in idol music, anime, men's rhythmic gymnastics, and period drama. He has established a new style of shamisen music and performance that incorporates dance and rock.
Born in Kyoto, Japan. He started his music career in junior high school with a brass band. While still in school, he was selected as a drummer for the Kyoto Prefecture brass band selection. He went on to Kyoto City Music High School, where he studied classical music and had lessons and concerts overseas. After graduating from Kyoto City Music High School, he immersed himself in activities behind the scenes at live houses, studios, and drum specialty stores as a band member. Currently, while supporting artists, he is also active as a drum instructor and drum tech.
Nakatsu Higashi High School Brass Band members>
Nakatsu Higashi High School Brass Band members Today, we would like to enjoy performing while bringing out the best of each school. Our performance is still in its infancy, but we will do our best, so please enjoy it.
Tokyushu Ryukoku High School Brass Band>
Today is the first year students' debut on stage. I hope you will pay attention to how we all unite our feelings and enjoy playing together. We are nervous, but we will do our best to deliver an enjoyable performance.
We have been practicing hard for a long time, and many of the members have only just started playing their instruments, so there may be many parts that are difficult to hear. We hope you will give us a warm welcome.
The members of the brass band of Kokonoe Midoriyo Junior High School
We would like to thank all the people who have given us this opportunity. Please come and listen to our performance, where we are doing our best with smiles and energy, defeated by Corona and disasters. We hope that you will feel courage and inspiration when you listen to our performance.
The Hita Rinkou High School Brass Band Normally, all of us wear work clothes for practical training, although it varies from department to department and grade to grade. Today, we will be playing in work clothes, which is one of our formal attire, using a stepladder as our instrument. This is the first time we have done this in the past.
It's been a long time since I've been back to Oita, and it's been healing for me. I've been in Tokyo for a long time, and it's been a long time since I've been back to Oita.
The hours flew by!
All in all, it was a familiar song, so I could get into it!