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Elements Garden

Elements Garden

Elements Garden


Elements Garden is a Japanese group of music composers attached to ARIA entertainment. They call themselves a "music production brand". The group was formed in 2004 by Agematsu Noriyasu, Fujita Junpei, Fujima Hitoshi and Kikuta Daisuke, former members of Feel, a band of composers that similarly composed music for games and anime that disbanded shortly after Elements Garden's formation. Agematsu acts as the lead representative for the group. They generally produce music for video games, anime and recording artists. Read more on Last.fm
Elements Garden is a Japanese group of music composers attached to ARIA entertainment. They call themselves a "music production brand". The group was formed in 2004 by Agematsu Noriyasu, Fujita Junpei, Fujima Hitoshi and Kikuta Daisuke, former members of Feel, a band of composers that similarly composed music for games and anime that disbanded shortly after Elements Garden's formation. Agematsu acts as the lead representative for the group. They generally produce music for video games, anime and recording artists. They provided most of the music in the Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ series.

As of Maji LOVE 2000% (2nd Season), all but two members have written, composed or arranged at least one song in the Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ series. Members: - Agematsu Noriyasu (上松 範康) - Fujita Junpei (藤田 淳平) - Fujima Hitoshi (藤間 仁) - Kikuta Daisuke (菊田 大介) - Nakayama Masato (中山 真斗) - Mori Haruki (母里 治樹) - Iwahashi Hoshimi (岩橋 星実) - Kita Tomohiro (喜多 智弘) (has not worked in the Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ series) - Evan Call (has not worked in the Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ series) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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