Japanese composer Shukichi Mitsukuri studied at the University of Tokyo and then moved to Berlin. In 1935 he founded the Japanese section of the International Society for Contemporary Music and became its secretary-general. In 1939 he was named a professor in Tokyo. Mituskuri composed symphonies, piano and chamber music, as well as violin and song collections.
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