Profile:Yasamune Toyotomi

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Yasamune Osamu Sakamoto Toyotomi (known as Yasamune on the YC forum) is a avante-garde composer. He has been writing music for three years. Among the pieces he has written are three very large symphonies, five chamber symphonies (primarily for strings), a Requiem Mass, a Brass Chorale, a series of short cantos for each instrument of the orchestra and a lieder based off of a John Milton Poem. Yasamune's strongest influences include, but are not limited to are: Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji, György Ligeti, Anton Webern, György Kurtag, Krzysztof Penderecki, Olivier Messiaen, Edgar Varese, Witold Lutoslawski, Tan Dun, Igor Strawinsky and Aleksandr Scrjabin.

His primary instruments are alto, tenor and baritone Saxophones, Quint/Quart "Fagottini", bassoon and piano.