Introducing a vastly cinematic, neo-classical hit of multi-layered, orchestral drama and immersive, emotive musicality – as many ways as possible are needed, in short, to describe the immense journey of this project Light of Courage which is made by the talented artist Junya Komori. a multi-instrumentalist showcasing a lifetime of dedication to the art form. The music has a subtle build-up – delicate layers of quick string strikes and humble bass notes, fragments of voice. It feels like a seasonal scene or quiet walk towards the upcoming action. The energy rises and rises, and soon we’re consumed by this heavily movie-style moment of brightness as, I suppose, we reach the central sentiments of the Land.
Junya Komori is a multi-talented artist. He is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, and works as a sound designer. He was born in Chiba-Prefecture in Japan. During his childhood, he was focused on many academic fields but the music was always his passion. He is mainly focused on making epic cinematic music but he is open to making other types of music too without being stuck into one genre. His working in sound-related work experience also helped him to develop his talents.
As a freelancer, Junya Komori provides music to Yosakoi Festival which is a traditional Japanese dance event, and some music libraries. Thomas Bergersen, Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, James Horner, Alan Silvestri, John Powell, Geoff Zanelli, Ramin Djawadi, Steve Jablonsky, Piotr Musial, Jeremy Soule, Will Bedford, Bear McCreary are some of the artists who inspired him to be a musician. As a musician, he wants to do something new and evolve his talents, and add something to music as a whole.
Creating a story of intention and depth, utilizing skill and precision both organically and in the studio. The results have a nostalgic, classic yet creative aura, and the potential for visuals is strong – or rather, the imagination can run wild and free as you listen.