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Michio Miyagi»
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Akira Miyoshi»
Yasuo Sueyoshi»
Dai Fujikura»
Masao Ohki»
Somei Satoh»
Kozaburo Hirai»
Takehito Shimazu»
Teizo Matsumura»
Hiroshi Ohguri»
Kunihiko Hashimoto»
Isao Matsushita»
Ryōhei Hirose»
Yoshihiro Kanno»
Shiro Fukai»
Hidemaro Konoye»
Akira Kosemura»
Jo Kondo»
Akira Nishimura»
Rentaro Taki»
Isotaro Sugata»
Michiru Oshima»
Toru Takemitsu»
Tadashi Yanada»
Joe Hisaishi»
Akio Yashiro»
Fumio Hayasaka»
Hisato Ohzawa»
Sadao Bekku»
Shinichi Suzuki»
Keiko Abe»
Toshiro Mayuzumi»
Toshi Ichiyanagi»
Kiyoshige Koyama»
Michio Mamiya»
Kazuo Fukushima»
Kosaku Yamada»
Akihiko Matsumoto»
Mamoru Fujieda»
Yasushi Akutagawa»
Akira Ifukube»
Toshio Mashima»
Makoto Shinohara»
Yoko Kanno»
Minoru Miki»
Maki Ishii»
Ikuma Dan»
Joji Yuasa»
Makoto Moroi»
Yoshihisa Taira»
Susumu Yoshida»
Shin’ichirō Ikebe»
Keiko Harada»
Toshio Hosokawa»
Saburō Moroi»
Nobuo Uematsu»
Karen Tanaka»
Takashi Yoshimatsu»
Hikaru Hayashi»
Humiwo Hayasaka»
Makiko Nishikaze»
Yoshinao Nakada»
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icelandic classical»
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classical saxophone»
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japanese soundtrack»
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oriental classical»
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belgian contemporary classical»
musique concrete»
world meditation»
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american contemporary classical»
modern performance»
minimal»
portuguese contemporary classical»
spanish contemporary classical»
acousmatic»
new zealand classical»
japanese classical»
irish contemporary classical»
pop house»
electro latino»
j-reggae»
italian ska»
oktoberfest»
ska espanol»
strut»
baile funk»
disco polo»
eurodance»
bubblegum dance»
coupe decale»
chalga»
deep vocal house»
moombahton»
hands up»
deep discofox»
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mahraganat»
electro bailando»
@EveryNoise ·  glenn mcdonald
Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 2,305 genres by Spotify as of 2018-11-17. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.
 
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