Cellist Yoko Hasegawa is one of the leading cellists in Japan. She marks the 30th anniversary from her debut in 2017. She made her recital debut in 1987 at the Fresh Artists Series presented by Ongaku-No-Tomo-Sha, and concerto debut in 1988 with Japan Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Ken-ichiro Kobayashi. She studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland and returned to Japan after graduating summa cum laude from the academy.
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On the ambiguity between the perfect and the resultative: evidence from V-te ar- constructions in Japanese. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 88–99. Against marking accent locations in Japanese textbooks. Stanford and Tokyo: CSLI; Kurosio.
In Yoko Hasegawa (e., The Cambridge Handbook of Japanese Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Yoko Hasegawa is one of the leading cellists in Japan. Yoko Hasegawa is one of the leading cellists in Japan.
Lyrics for top songs by Yoko Hasegawa. 傷的なワルツ O. 1-6 - チャイコフスキー/ローズ 編. Peter Il'ich Tchaikovsky, Yoko Hasegawa, 長尾洋史. ェロ・ソナタ 第2番 ヘ長調 O. 9 第3楽章:アレグロ・パッショナート(ブラームス). 伴奏 チェロ・ソナタ 作品25の3 II 中庸の速さでゆったりと(ヒンデミット).
Ono released her fifth studio album Season of Glass in 1981, to moderate success in Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. The same year saw the single "Walking on Thin Ice" reaching number 58 on the US Billboard Hot 100; it marked Ono's first single to reach a major ranking and further peaked within the top 40 on the UK Singles Chart.
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- Cello – Yoko Hasegawa
- Piano – Kazuoki Fujii