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Grade 3.5

String Orchestra Conductor Score & Parts


      Snowberry - Yukiko Nishimura


Written for the retirement of a master teacher, Yukiko’s beautiful harmonic pallette is on full display with this hauntingly beautiful work for string orchestra. Absolutely stunning and full of opportunities for expressive playing, your audience will be captivated and you will have plenty to teach in class!

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Weight 1.25 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 0.5 in

About Yukiko Nishimura

Yukiko NishimuraYukiko Nishimura, Composer/Pianist, was born in Japan. She graduated from Tokyo National University of Arts in 1990. In 1991, she began private study with Dr. Alfred Reed at the University of Miami and in 1993 she continued her studies with Dr. Richard Danielpour at Manhattan School of Music. Among her honors, are the nomination for the 8th Hollywood Music in Media Awards, the special mention at the 15th and 26th International Competition for Original Composition for band in Corciano, Italy and the 6th Aoyama Award. Since 1996, she has given concerts consisting entirely of her own music in Japan. She gave a solo piano recital at the New York Public Library, Donnell Library Center in 2003. In 2005, her commissioned work for the first silent film in the United States “Edison’s 1910 Frankenstein” for string quartet was premiered in Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania by the Covington String Quartet. The music for the silent film “The Water Magician” directed by Kenji Mizoguchi in 1933 was premiered in 2007. In 2010, a theatrical work “Fantasy of Kenji” based on the stories by Kenji Miyazawa was premiered. In 2014, she collaborated with Noh play, which is Japanese traditional theater work, as a composer and a pianist.

In 2017, her piano work was performed by America’s famous pianist Sara Davis Buechner at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. The work received reviews in the New York Times, New York Concert Reviews, and more. Her work was nominated in the category of Contemporary Classical for “The 9th Hollywood Music in Media Award 2018”.
Ms. Nishimura has received numerous commissions and has composed for piano, marimba, percussion, chamber music, band music, music for string instruments and orchestra. She has also been active as a pianist and an arranger. She has studied composition with Atsutada Otaka, Dr. Alfred Reed, Dr. Richard Danielpour, and Giampaolo Bracali. She studied piano with Ivan Davis and Dr. Sara Davis Buechner.

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