Masashi Hamauzu scores animated short Poulette’s Chair

It was announced this week that Masashi Hamauzu is responsible for the music for Poulette’s Chair. Celebrating FujiTV’s noitaminA block, this short film is about a lonely girl who has a relationship with a sentient chair. Written for piano and violin, Hamauzu’s characteristically-styled music for the title can be enjoyed below:

The title marks Hamauzu’s second animation work following 2012’s Good Luck Girl! His other recent projects have spanned Sony’s alpha clock website, the Final Symphony concert series, and the original album Propelled Life.

Posted on June 1, 2014 by Chris Greening. Last modified on June 1, 2014.


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