Shunsuke Kikuchi Dies At 89 – Dragon Ball Composer

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Famed composer Shunsuke Kikuchi has died from pneumonia, Oricon reports. He was 89.

Kikuchi was died in Aomori Prefecture in 1931. He made his music debut in 1961 and proceeded to make for a cluster out of famous shows, including the topics for Kamen Rider and Doraemon. His “Doraemon no Uta” (Doraemon’s Song) with verses by Takumi Kusube is quite possibly the most well known topics in anime history.

He additionally scored shows like Tiger Mask, Dr. Droop, Dragon Ball, and Dragon Ball Z. As the Dragon Ball Wiki clarifies, he made 23 bundles out of music somewhere in the range of 1986 and 1995 for the first show and its subsequent DBZ, which wound up adding up to more than 400 pieces.

May he find happiness in the hereafter. Furthermore, much obliged for all the extraordinary music.

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