Masaaki Suzuki

1954 - Today

Masaaki Suzuki

Masaaki Suzuki (鈴木 雅明, Suzuki Masaaki, born 29 April 1954) is a Japanese organist, harpsichordist and conductor, and the founder and musical director of the Bach Collegium Japan. With this ensemble he is recording the complete choral works of Johann Sebastian Bach for the Swedish label BIS Records, for which he is also recording Bach's concertos, orchestral suites, and solo works for harpsichord and organ. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Masaaki Suzuki has received more than 60,245 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 943rd most popular composer.

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  • 60k

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  • 42.01

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  • 17

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.44

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.06

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among composers, Masaaki Suzuki ranks 943 out of 1,008Before him are William Christie, Elliot Goldenthal, Spike Jones, William Sterndale Bennett, Steve Jablonsky, and Virgil Thomson. After him are David Arnold, John Debney, Junichi Masuda, Earl Scruggs, Shirley Walker, and Shivkumar Sharma.

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Among people born in 1954, Masaaki Suzuki ranks 291Before him are Kamal Haasan, Don Stark, Aavo Pikkuus, Giorgos Kaminis, Clem Burke, and Kiki Smith. After him are Shigeharu Ueki, Alan Hollinghurst, Bajram Rexhepi, Anna Grodzka, Michael Badalucco, and Andrzej Lepper.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Masaaki Suzuki ranks 974 out of 3,113Before him are Naomi Osaka (1997), Yasuji Miyazaki (1916), Daisuke Gōri (1952), Taki Inoue (1963), Shinobu Ikeda (1962), and Takashi Inui (1988). After him are Masashi Nakayama (1967), Ken Sugimori (1966), Nujabes (1974), Toshi (1965), Romi Park (1972), and Masaru Uchiyama (1957).

Among COMPOSERS In Japan

Among composers born in Japan, Masaaki Suzuki ranks 10Before him are Keiko Abe (1937), Koichi Sugiyama (1931), Nobuo Uematsu (1959), Kenji Kawai (1957), Koji Kondo (1961), and Akira Yamaoka (1968). After him are Junichi Masuda (1968) and Hiroyuki Sawano (1980).

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