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This Yamaha EX-1 organ/synthesizer is one of the rarest synthesizers in existence,
as it is rumored that less than a dozen or so were ever built.

Known as the theater version of the ultra rare Yamaha GX-1,
this beautiful instrument packs all the sonic possibilities of a
polyphonic synthesizer and standard organ into one
gigantic and unique package.

The Yamaha EX-1 is the theatre version of the GX-1 as played by Keith Emerson
(with Emerson Lake & Palmer on "Fanfare for the Common Man"),
by Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder, Abba, Ekseption
and more recently by Hans Zimmer.

The EX-1 is easily programmed for three overall patches using a slide-out front panel,
and has polyphonic glide and, on the solo keyboard,
a unique side-to-side movement for modulation.

The EX-1 features two fully polyphonic keyboards (with organ tabs and polyphonic analog synthesizer sounds)
which can be slaved together, a top keyboard monophonic analog synthesizer which can be slaved
to the upper organ manual, and a monophonic analog synthesizer bass played from the
included pedals, or slaved to the lower keyboard.

Also included is an analog drum machine, auto chord accompaniment section,
and arpeggiator.

This YAMAHA EX-1 unit is in great condition.

Manufacturing date maybe 1977-1978.

All the knobs, sliders, keys and pedals work perfectly.

Also included are two TX-III tone cabinets with 14x speakers (each), bass pedals and a original matching bench.

The features of this synthesizer are much too extensive to list here.

There are a few videos on YouTube that fully detail all of the capabilities of the EX-1 Just search for "Yamaha EX-1" and prepare to be amazed.

When released in 1977, the EX-1 had a $35,000 price tag.

That's $148,000 today when adjusted for inflation.

Don't miss your chance to get it for much less!

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)

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"For your consideration is a Yamaha EX-2. This polyphonic analog synthesizer is one of the rarest, most complex, and most expensive synthesizers ever built. Yamaha's flagship stage synthesizer/organ successor to the ultra rare Yamaha GX-1, this beautiful instrument packs all the sonic possibilities of a standard organ and polyphonic synthesizer into one gigantic and unique package. When released in 1977, the EX-2 had a $25,208 price tag. That's $96,227 today when adjusted for inflation, making it the fifth most expensive synth (in today's dollars) that Yamaha ever made, way more expensive than a CS-80 (which cost $6900 at that same time). Don't miss your chance to get this extremely rare and incredible-sounding synthesizer for much, much less!

Even better, this listing includes the extremely rare Yamaha TX-III tone cabinet that originally came with this unit. Also included are the bass pedals and the matching bench..."




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Yamaha Electone EX-2 Vintage Analog Synthesizer Organ Keyboard (with original Yamaha TX-III tone cabinet)

This vintage Yamaha EX-2 polyphonic analog synthesizer is one of the rarest, most complex, and most expensive synthesizers ever built. Yamaha's flagship stage synthesizer/organ successor to the ultra rare Yamaha GX-1, this beautiful instrument packs all the sonic possibilities of a standard organ and polyphonic synthesizer into one gigantic and unique package. When released in 1977, the EX-2 had a $25,208 price tag. That's $96,227 today when adjusted for inflation, making it the fifth most expensive synth (in today's dollars) that Yamaha ever made, way more expensive than a CS-80 (which cost $6900 at that same time).

This synth is in very good vintage cosmetic condition and excellent functional condition. Everything on this EX-2 works perfectly, other than that the key contacts on the high B and C pedals do not currently work (and no one really uses those notes on a pedalboard anyway).

It comes with the rare Yamaha TX-III tone cabinet that originally came with this unit, which also works perfectly and sounds excellent! Also included are the bass pedals and the matching bench.

The features of this synthesizer are much too extensive to list here. There are a few videos on YouTube that fully detail all of the capabilities of the EX-1, the big brother of the EX-2. Just search for "Yamaha EX-1" and prepare to be amazed.

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Yamaha EX-1 Mega synth / organ tutorial by Miguel Kertsman! (part 2)

This Yamaha EX-2 polyphonic analog synthesizer is one of the rarest, most complex, and most expensive synthesizers ever built. One of Yamaha's two flagship stage synthesizer/organ successor to the ultra rare Yamaha GX-1, this beautiful instrument packs all the sonic possibilities of a standard organ and polyphonic synthesizer into one gigantic and unique package. When released in 1977, the EX-2 had a $25,208 price tag. That's $96,227 today when adjusted for inflation, making it the fifth most expensive synth (in today's dollars) that Yamaha ever made, much more expensive than a CS-80 (which cost $6900 at that same time). Don't miss your chance to get this extremely rare and incredible-sounding synthesizer for much, much less! This synth is in excellent cosmetic condition and excellent functional condition. Everything on this EX-2 works perfectly. It includes the extremely rare Yamaha TX-III tone cabinet that originally came with this unit, which also works well and sounds excellent! Also included are the bass pedals and the matching bench. The features of this synthesizer are much too extensive to list here. There are a few videos on YouTube that fully detail all of the capabilities of the EX-1, the big brother of the EX-2. Just search for "Yamaha EX-1" and prepare to be amazed.

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Electone

AnniversaryYearCity, CountryVenue, Instrument model(s)Grand Prix awardMost Outstanding AwardOutstanding AwardSpecial Jury or 'Kawakami' PrizeFinalist (Country) - Selection9th1972Nemu-no-sato, JapanEX-42, E-3, E-5*Claude Dupras (Canada) - Raindrops, *Rocco Ferrante Jr (U.S.) - Yesterday and Night, *Tomoyo Miyama (Japan) - Rhapsody*Akira ("Masa") Matsuda (Japan) - The Closed World, *Mutsuko Okumura (Japan) - In Berlin, *唯井 明代 Shibahara (Japan) - C Sharp Minor Waltz, *Sebastian Cacabelos Soutullo (Venezuela) - Garcia Rhapsody, *Georges Fleury - (Switzerland) - Love YouN/A*芝原 くるみ (Japan) - Theme from Ironside,*Greg Moeser (Australia) - Jesus Christ Superstar, *Gordon Griffiths (United Kingdom) - Beatles Medley, *Henk Balijon (Netherlands) - Love You, *Billy Tsong (Hong Kong) - Wind Whisper, *Andy Alley Ono (Indonesia) - Beatles Medley, *Carmen Tamés Mejiá (Mexico) - Son de la Negra, *Francisco ("Toti") Fuentes (Philippines) - From Bach to Bacharach, *Ludolff Smuts Wium (South Africa) - Black Orpheus, *Teresa Filmer (Singapore) - Jesus Christ Superstar, *Inn Shien Huang (Taiwan) - Mr Lucky, *M.L.Pratintip Devakula (Thailand) - Trish Trash Polka, *Lyman E. Strong (U.S.) - Bacharach Medley, *Michael Schau (West Germany) - Love You, *照井 栞 (Japan) - Wife and Girlfriend, *Reiko Kashiwagi (Japan) - Pictures at an Exhibition,. 10th1973Nemu-no sato, JapanEX-42, E-5*Bobby Lyle (U.S.) - Dance of Love and Peace, *Akira ("Masa") Matsuda (Japan) - Mysterious Dimension, *唯井 明代 Shibahara (Japan) - Eruption*Yoshi Osamu Nakagawa (Japan) - Alice caught in the Looking Glass, *Maritess Salientes (Philippines) - Passacaglia in C Minor, *Raimund Pranschke (West Germany) - Borikuito, *Hendra Widjaja (Indonesia) - Days of Wine and RosesN/A*Martha Patricia Morales Barrera (Mexico) - Uapango*Dirk Leonard (Australia) - George Gershwin Medley, *Julio Camargo Carone (Brazil) - Bebe, *Rodger Niznik (Canada) - Goldfinger, *Robert Jansen (Netherlands) - Burt Bacharach Medley, *Leandro Bautista (Hong Kong) - Lullaby of Birdland, *Hoon Kim Huat (Malaysia) - Wan Chu Chin, *Ove Hetland (Norway) - Dry Leaves, *Theuns Van Rensburg (South Africa) - Work Song, *Cheng Tau Sin (Singapore) - Valley of the Evening Twilight, *Jose Villacanas (Spain) - People, *Huang Ming Cheng (China) - Cabaret, *Raht Ketusingha (Thailand) - PROMISES! PROMISES! PROMISES!', *James Friemark (U.S.) - Wizard of Oz, *Jose Garcia Guinot (Venezuela) - My System. 11th1974Nemu-no Sato, JapanEX-42, E-5*Socorro De Castro (U.S.) - Theme from The Mod Squad, *Reiko Kashiwagi (Japan) - Prelude*Kenriyou Yoshimoto (Japan) - Freedom Jazz Dance, *Hiromi Sato (Japan) - Invitation to the 21st Century, *Yayoi Yoshida (Japan) - Apple Pie, *Claude Lander (Switzerland) - Cathedral, *Alvin Kwok (Hong Kong) - Abrupt EndN/A*James Levesque (U.S.) - George Gershwin Medley,*Russell Finch (Australia) - One Note Samba, *Jacqueline Reggio (Brazil) - Mojave, *Fabio Valente (Brazil) - A Espera, *Relly Coloma (Canada) - I Got Rhythm, *Hugo Alvarado (Mexico) - La Malaguena, *Carolyn Kleiner (Philippines) - Taghoy ng Lupa, *Dorothy Shaw (Singapore) - Dawn,. 12th1975Nemu-no Sato, JapanGX-1*Yayoi Hirabe (Japan) - Rhapsody on GX*Manuel Panta (Philippines) - Bach/Tchaikovsky Medley, *Summer Kei Horiba (Japan) - Sinfonia, *Width 滋美 (Japan) - Police Woman, *Tamam Hoesein (Indonesia) - Es Lilin, *Tito Enriquez (Mexico) - Fantasia Latin AmericaN/AN/A*Julie-Ann Hanlon (Australia) - Wind Blues "Pictures at an Exhibition" *Günter Schwarz (Austria) - September, *Nilson Zago (Brazil) - Bruno de Jekibau Baranso, *Antonio Macedo (Brazil) - Samba Samba Samba, *Darcy Naife (Canada) - Eleanor Rigby, *Louis Tortora (France) - Soleado, *Gilbert Lo (Hong Kong) - Motion Pictures, *Larry Keenan (U.S.) - Space, *John Modrowsky (U.S.) - Beatles Medley. 13th1976Nemu-no Sato, JapanGX-1*Yumiko Tanaka (Japan) - Divertimento*Ito 由実子 (Japan) - Autumn in Sofia, *Sensho Hayashi (Japan) - Waves Of Light, *Raht Ketusingha (Australia) - Australia, *David Smith (United Kingdom) - 1812 Overture, *Gilbert Lo (Hong Kong) - Fantasy on GX, *Bupha Dhamabuttr (Thailand) - AshanjiN/A*Hiromi Sato (Japan) - Meditation on 25 O'Clock*Guy Tassé (Canada) - All You, *Ruud Jansen (Netherlands) - Love Confessions, *Luis Carlos González (Mexico) - Latin Dawn, *Omar Guzmán (Mexico) - Tarkus, *Miriam Uyboco (Philippines) - Music Moments, *Frank Loch (U.S.) - Chopin Impressions, *Paul Doerrfeld (U.S.) - An American in Paris, *Luis Jose Arias (Venezuela) - Concerto for Voice. 14th1977Nemu-no sato, JapanGX-1*Oshima Michiru (Japan) - Gloria*Width 滋美 (Japan) - Dancing "18", *南部 昌江 (Japan) - Sunrise, *Danny Baker (U.S.) - Christine's Samba, *Rodger William Niznik (Canada) - Manipulation, *Louie J. Ocampo (Philippines) - Moods of TinaN/A*Jenny Tjahjono (Indonesia) - Sunset*Bryan William Roberts (Australia) - Impressions of the Ionosphere, *Cèlio Balona Passos (Brazil) - Kantika, *Raul Castaño Escobar (Columbia) - Latin Landscapes, *José Alberto González (Costa Rica) - Diary of a Computer, *Louis Tortora (France) - Revolution, *Skip Van Rooy (Netherlands) - Nature *Leong Wai Meng (Singapore) - August 2nd, *Kumiko Kodera (Japan) - Tip-Top-Fly. 15th1978Nemu-no sato, JapanGX-1*Skip Van Rooy (Netherlands) - Relationships*Rosy Chua (Malaysia) - Elite, *Michael Gundlach (West Germany) - Final Four Times, *Masashi Huzita (Japan) - Symphonic Rhapsody, *Yumiko Santon (Japan) - Airship Marshmallows, *Ito Yumiko (Japan) - Steps of SeptemberN/A*Jeannette G.R.Casuga (Philippines) - Neptune's Chamber*Fernando Cruz (Mexico) - Toreador Banquet, *Fu-Mei Ma (China) - The Sea of Happiness, *Raimund Pranschke (West Germany) - Love Dance, *Isaac S. Rosenthal (U.S.) - Portrait of America, *Cheryl M.Smith (Australia) - Voyage to Peace, *Julia H.P.Wee (Singapore) - Piper Dreams, *Yasuo Miyauti (Japan) - Hamlet Overture, *大野 三知代 (Japan) - Let's Dance a Waltz. 16th1979Nemu-no-sato, JapanGX-1*Nozomi Moroi (Japan) - Windward Passage*Hiroko Kawata (Japan) - Musica?, *Sensho Hayashi (Japan) - Eternal Sea, *Michael Behymer (U.S.) - Two Variations of One Theme, *Eileen Ng Ai Ling (Singapore) - Reflections of You, Yumi Nakata (Japan) - Bright FutureN/AN/A*Phillip K. Keveren (U.S.) - Portrait, *Paul August Li (Indonesia) - The Grey Shadow, *Tzer-Shiun Lin (China) - Mental Anguish, *Mark D.Matthews (Australia) - Corroboree on a Summer Day, *Maria Corazon Perez (Philippines) - Lost In A Dream. 17th1980Nemu-no-sato, JapanGX-1*Yasuyuki Kasori (Japan) - Grand Sinfonia No.2*Hiroko Kawata (Japan) - Cosmic Rhapsody, *Akira Kobayashi (Japan) - Fiesta: One Two, *Yoshiko Doi (Japan) - Summer Dreaming '80, *Michael Gundlach (West Germany) - WorkshopN/AN/A*Juan Carlos de Martini (Argentina) - El Maltrecho, *Lynda Hulford (Australia) - Tracy, *Mervin Mauthe (Canada) - Oceanic Suite, *Yongyos Saengphaibul (Thailand) - New Breath of the New City, *Roberto Fuentes (Uruguay) - Imagenes de Montevideo, *Phillip Keveren (U.S.) - Cascade Suite, *Eleonora Paolino (Venezuela) - En Busca de una Esperanza, . 18th1981Nemu-no-sato, JapanGX-1*Reiko Matsumoto (Japan) - Daiwa Maharoba, *Natsue Enda (Japan) - Fantasia Alpha*Tatsuko Torii (Japan) - Pure, *Noriaki Rin (Japan) - Autumn DoorN/A*Eduardo Tadeu Montoro (Brazil) - Soldier BoyLuis Fernando Luna Guarneros (Mexico) - Maniixni, *Yung Man Leng (Singapore) - Horizon, *Staffan Hedman (Sweden) - Aiolos, *Dan Rodowicz (U.S.) - Comme Le Jour19th1982Tokyo, JapanGX-1/EX-1/D-85Yasuo Miyauchi (Japan) - 荒城の月変奏曲*Kiyoko Koyama (Japan) - The Sphinx, *Yukie Tsunokuma (Japan) - Quincy Quincy,*Piergiorgio Marotti (Italy) - Model F, *Tomoko Yoshida (Japan) - Appassionata, *Tohru Yoshizawa (Japan) - African Symphony, *Walter Stowasser (West Germany) - The Barber of SevilleN/A*Deanna MacDonald (Canada) - Armageddon, *Ian Sell (Australia) - Transition, *Miho Kodama (Japan) - Dark Eyes, *Enrique Ordoñez Martinez (Mexico) - Barada Mehikana, *Alberto Vicente Santos (Philippines) - Ulilang Bituin, *Stanley Koyama (U.S.) - Cheek to Cheek/I've Got Rhythm, *Sandra Aparecida Ribeiro (Brazil) - Sintonia, *Soh Wee Tee (Singapore) - Forgotten Empire20th1983Tokyo, JapanKan'i Hoken Hall/FX-1Keiko Tanimura (Japan) - Come Glorious Light Again (K.Tanimura)*John Teare Corlett (Australia) - Switched on Sonatas, *Lupita Romero Ponce (Mexico) - Flight of the Bumblebee, *Mizuno Yoshiko (Japan) - Phoenix, *Katsuse Truth (Japan) - Creation,*Lennart Palm (Sweden) - Endless Pain,, *Yuki Huzihara (Japan) - Pioneer Pulse, *Ishizaki Miyuki (Japan) - Hymn Republic, *Hiroko Muta (Japan) - Departure,N/A*Lennie Campbell (Canada) - Eurasia, *Carlton Liu (Hong Kong) - Variations in C Major, *Didier Montellier (France) - Hallelujah, *Hidebrand Brasil Bordi (Brazil) - Railroad, *Norman Adviento Agatep (Philippines) - Likha, *Marcel Josef Himbert (West Germany) - Sinfonia, *Edward M. Goldfarb (U.S.) - Excerpts from the Suite for Violin and Jazz Piano,.[12][vague]21st1984Los Angeles, U.S./FX-1Tatsuko Torii (Japan) - The Skyscraper (T.Torii)*Thomas Folenta (U.S.) - Tomarbar, *Toshinori Suzuki (Japan) - Eternal Sea*Luis Estrella (Spain) - Rhapsody In Blue, *Ya-Hui Wang (Singapore) - Toccata, *Hanson Tan (Philippines) - Bursting OutN/A*Joan Misako Nakanmoto (Canada) - Tarkus, *Greg Norrod (U.S.) - Journey To Perfection, - Gasto Alberto Marsanich (Italy) - Toccata, *Mark Wyer (Australia) - War Of The Worlds, *Hector Manuel Islas Licona (Mexico) - Luzarkana, * Ronald H.Van Barele (Netherlands) - Musica Esperanto, *Erik Holsten (Norway) - Progressive Tension. 22nd1985Hamburg Germany/FX-1Toshio Mori (Japan) - 流火(Ryuuka)*Sueko Tsunoda (Japan) - Bright Times, *Ya-Hui Wang (Singapore) - Eternal Sea*Jan Veenje (Netherlands) - Symphony Historique, *Mei-Li Pai (Taiwan) - Tropical Isle Emerald, *Gregory Brian Mackintosh (U.S.) - Baroque, Be-Bop, Ballad, BrassN/A*Andrew Leonard Campbell (Canada) - Scenescape, *Stela Jizar Orfano Caldeira (Brazil) - Baiao Brásil, *Stefan Flemmerer (West Germany) - Ever Changing Moods, *Bruno Yamasaki Matsumoto (Mexico) - La Fuerza de los Imperios, *Ferruccio Premici (Italy) - Il Vole del Calabrene, *Nicklas Sivelöw (Sweden) - Finding the Way, *Deone Lee Wilson (Australia) - Creation, the Sixth Day,23rd1986Toronto, Canada/FX-1Chihiro Yamashita (Japan) - 華麗なるファンタジー(A Fantasia)*Louis Tortora (France) - Variations from Suspiria, *Norikazu Kawano (Japan) - 時経(Picturesque Time)*Mary Ueda Ritsuko (Canada) - Petrouchka, *Stephen Kurniawan Tamadji (Indonesia) - Sunset In Bali, *Stefan Flemmerer (West Germany) - BarockN/A*John Gregory Matas Aquias (Philippines) - Likha, *John Donald Bates (U.K) - Touch, *Paul Joseph Doerrfeld (U.S.) - Chorale and Fantasy on "Simple Gifts, *George Charles Heldt (Canada) - Riches to Rage, *Shane Michael Parker (Australia) - Scheherazade (The Festival at Baghdad), *Nicklas Lars Sivelöw (Sweden) - Into a New World, *Jorge Raul Suarez (Argentina) - Juana Azurduy, *Ricardo Uma (Costa Rica) - Carmina Burana. 24th1987Tokyo, JapanKan'i Hoken Hall/FX-1Yukio Nakamura (Japan) - Somewhere In The Night (Y.Nakamura)*Risa Funaki (Japan) - Rise Of Spring, *Arturo Sánchez Guzzi (Mexico) - Grados Indigenas*Jason Nyberg (U.S.) - Strike It Up, *Warwick Dunham (Australia) - Excerpts from Bernstein's 'Mass', *Racquel Ayeras Rañola (Philippines) - Silver Screen.*Risa Funaki (Japan) - Rise of Spring*Kaon Koo (Canada) - Rain Walk, *Terence Swee-Seng Teo (Singapore) - Olympia, *Roberto Cedeño Laya (Venezuela) - Sonata Venezolana, *Lena Sannerstig (Sweden) - Die Fledermaus Overture, *Martin Harris (United Kingdom) - Contrasts, *Rainer Georg Dittrich (West Germany) - The Eternal Stream, *Gabriel Huynh (France) - Si, C'etait Demain,. 25th1988Paris, France/HX-1Jason Geh (Malaysia) - Hallucination (J.Geh) *Tatsuki Watanabe Atsushi (Japan) - And The Sun Shines!, *Mia Soetanto (Indonesia) - Evening In Bali*Valérie Boggio (France) - La Confession d'Uranus, *Paul Wei Chung Liang (Singapore) - Festive Overture (Shostakovich), *Adelmo Listorti (West Germany) - City MovementsN/A*Hector Islas (Mexico) - Centuria, *Linda Eckert (U.S.) - Jupiter from The Planets, *Jason Klein (Canada) - Conversations, *Marcelo Maranghello (Argentina) - Mosaico Latino, *Lena Sannerstig (Sweden) - Overture from "Pastoral Suite" Op.19, *Rodney Pooley (U.K) - American Patrol, *Fabrizio Brezzo (Italy) - La Forza del Destino - Overture, *Anthony Kenney (Australia) - A Fairytale Relived, *Mayumi Takane (Japan) - Au Coin De Montmatre. 26th1989Hong KongHong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre/HX-1Saori Iwauchi (Japan) - Symphonic Rhapsody No.2 (S.Iwauchi)*Ng Chai Li (Malaysia) - GEM, *Enrique Arturo Escalante Lujan (Mexico) - Raices*Hitoshi Kotani (Japan) - Hibari-Twilight Scenery, *Stéphane Criado (France) - Comme Dans Un Songe, *Ferdinand Marsa (Indonesia) - Panji SemirangN/ASandy DiGirolamo (U.S.) - On The Waterfront, *Ruth Bernardine Varney (Australia) - Xenophobia, *Robert Messier (Canada) - Powerful People, *Jaana Marja Peltonen (Finland) - From Dream To Reality, *Alex Wong Wai Chung (Hong Kong) - Silhouette, *Smith Bandithaya (Thailand) - Living Float, *Stephen John Selwood (United Kingdom) - A Woodpecker's Anecdote*José L. Souto C - "Fantasia Criolla". 27th1990Mexico City, MexicoThe City Theater/HX-1Chinami Taki (Japan) - Humpty Dumpty (C.Taki)*Bruno Yamasaki Matsumoto (Mexico) - El Niño Colibrí, *Joachim Wolf (Germany) - El Avispa*Goh Chee Seng (Malaysia) - Midnight Dream, *Hiromi Suzuki (Japan) - Rhapsody Espagnole, *Teh- Chiang Yuang (Taiwan) Time Passing.N/A*Philip George Newns (Canada) - Rhapsody in Blue, *Tony Matthew Austin (Australia) - Squib Cakes, *Omar Arroyo Garcia (Costa Rica) - Danza del Sable, *Debra Fleming (U.S.) - West Side Story, *Sirpa Ojala (Finland) - Take Five, *Syilvia Dewi Estiningrum (Indonesia) - Sunset In Bali, *Gaston Marsonich (Italy) - Toccata, *Miriam Teresa González Hernández (Mexico) - Herencia IndeÏgena, *Kerry Jayne Stanton (United Kingdom) - Fantasy,. 28th1991Tokyo, JapanKan'i Hoken Hall/HX-1Chinami Kawasaki (Japan) - A Scene - Time For Sowing (C.Kawasaki)*Yuki Toda (Japan) - Rhapsody, *Carsten Jarocki (Germany) - Fairytale*Stephen Tromans (U.K) - Great Expectations, *Raussel Renata Cedeño Laya (Venezuela) - Orinoquia, *Danny Lim Teong Chin (Malaysia) - Kingdom Of Black Panther*Tanya Hulbert (Australia) - Tianenmen, June 4th, 1989*Roberto Mistichelli (Italy) - War from Rocky IV, *Arnaud Fabien Fourniguet (France) The Sorcerer's Apprentice, *Albert Lawrence Villaruz (Canada) - War from Rocky IV, *Clarice Marie Weathers (U.S.) - Ballet Mechanique, *Rene Monterosa Sanchez (Mexico) - Final Night, *Chun Chun Yang (Taiwan) - Moments Musicaux, *Ching I Lu (Taiwan) - Fantastic Festival. 29th1992Kyoto, JapanKyoto Kaikan Hall/ELX-1, EL-90, HX-1Kaon Koo (Canada) - Alice In Shanghai (E.Corpus)*Kaoru Ono (Japan) - Sensitivity, *Emi Saiki (Netherlands) - Voyage to the Far East,*Ohta Mayumi (Japan) - Symphonic Dances, *Ken Lee Ming Yi (Malaysia) - Joy Of Spring, *Ruben Martorell Y Bayon (Spain) - William Tell Overture.N/A*Chiemi Colleen Middleton (U.S.) - Sleeping Beauty Waltz, *Darren Grech (Australia) - Arion, *Anabel Rosales Casco (Mexico) - Dreams, *Jose Luis Souto (Venezuela) - Taurepana, *Thio Kah Shiu Ernest Zhang (Singapore) - Promised Land, *Gianluca Bertolo (Italy) - Mirror, *Robin Yann (France) - Anastasia, *Dominicus Levi Gunardi (Indonesia) - スミランの旗.30th1993SingaporeWorld Trade Centre, Harbour Pavilion/ELX-1, EL-90Daiju Kurasawa (Japan) - Well You Needn't (T.Monk)*Hitoshi Utsumi Hazime (Japan) - Piano Concerto in F, *Eric Leong (Singapore) - Feline(Alley Cats), *Elver Sohrab C. Perez (Philippines) - Talinhaga*Tricia Ann S. Villareal (Philippines) - Seascapes, *Yani Danuwidjaya (Indonesia) - Seven-EighthN/A*Leigh Robert Harrold (Australia) - Little Man Tate, *Jeff James Blake (Canada) - Back To The Future, *Brent William Mills (U.S.) - Festive Overture, *Carlos Alberto Gonzáles (Argentina) - Alma De Milonga, *Celso Gusben Marfil Simon (Mexico) - En La Ciudad De Los Dioses, *Anna Gerasi (Greece) - Auforderung Zum Tanz, *Andrea Gorini (Italy) - Impressions in the Park, *David Claire (France) - Dead Zone, *Paul Dingle (United Kingdom) - Joyrider,. 31st1994Tokyo, JapanKan'i Hoken Hall/ELX-1*Jun'ichi Matsumoto (Japan), *Thomas Karcher (Germany),*Carlton Liu (U.S.)N/A*Stephane Eliot (France)??[13]32nd1996Tokyo, JapanKan'i Hoken Hall/ELX-1*Yoshihiro Andoh (Japan)*Zhu Lei (China)*Linda Harjono (Indonesia)*Joachim Wolf (Germany)Roberto Marasciuolo(Italy)
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