Here is a breathtaking original Nobuyuki Mizuoka composition that is the seventh track on his 2009 album "Life." Mizuoka-san has a bottomless creative capability that may very well catapult him to great heights as an international-caliber composer-arranger. And how wonderful it would be for that to happen in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics!!
I’m very sure that you will begin to reminisce about how lovely Paris used to be as you enjoy this pleasant song. The original melody「パリの街角で」— “Pari no machikado de” in Japanese — was composed and performed by Pianist Nobuyuki Mizuoka and is the fourth track of his 2005 solo album “Home-bound.”
A beautiful, seasoned live rendition performed seven years after this classic original Christmas song debuted in December 2005.
This song had been created as a part of the international humanitarian response to the 8.8 magnitude earthquake and accompanying tsunami that devastated Japan’s northeastern (Tōhoku) region on March 11, 2011.
A unique and varied arrangement of "Imagine" performed by Nobuyuki Mizuoka at Minatomirai Cross Patio in Yokohama, Japan, on 7 January 2014.
Cross-border sampler of three original melodies written and performed by Composer-Pianist Nobuyuki Mizuoka.
Energetic and entertaining live music is celebrated in a flow of merrily candid photographs as Nobuyuki Mizuoka and his bandmates perform the glorious original melody “Life” at a Caretta Shiodome outdoor music event in downtown Tokyo, Japan.
Scenes from around Georgia State are set to the sound of a soulful live performance by Pianist Nobuyuki Mizuoka. Shown above is the late Lyricist Johnny Mercer, a Georgia native.
The jazz standard "Stardust" performed live by Shinji Ishihara on tenor sax, Nobuyuki Mizuoka on piano, and Shigenobu Kikuta on wood bass.
This melody was written and performed by Pianist-Composer Nobuyuki Mizuoka and released on his album "旅人星 (Tabibitoboshi ー Wanderer's Star)." To illustrate the live performance in this video, I used a number of my photographs taken during the height of cherryblossom season in Hibiya Park, Tokyo.🌺 The weeping cherry trees are particularly awesome!