naoyuki onda

naoyuki onda

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Artist bio

Naoyuki Onda (恩田直幸) is a Japanese keyboardist and composer.
Demonstrating talent as a musician since his high school days, Mr. Onda began his professional music activities when he studied at university. Up to the present, he has worked on many pieces for pop artists as a keyboard player, arranger and composer. His sounds, created with comfortable rhythms, describe a tender and calm world. He released the albums gDreamh in 1999 and "WINGS IN THE DAWN" in 2001 on the Pacific Moon label. They were well regarded overseas.

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