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|Born||15 December 1893|
|Died||October 29, 1945(aged 51)|
Tamezō Narita (成田為三 Narita Tamezō, 15 December 1893 – 29 October 1945) was a Japanese composer.
Narita was born in Kitaakita District, Akita.
Works, editions and recordings
- Kanariya (かなりや "Canary") 1918
- Hamabe no uta (浜辺の歌 "Song of the beach"); lyrics by Kokei Hayashi. Recording Kazumichi Ohno (tenor), Kyosuke Kobayashi (piano)
- Yukie Ohta - A Rainbow in the Desert: An Anthology of Early Twentieth-Century ... 2001 -- Page xiv " "Canary" first appeared as a poem in November 1918 in Akai tori, and six months later reappeared in the same journal set to the music of Narita Tamezo (1893—1945), a famous composer of children's songs."
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