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[J-music]Groupe de musique ''type'' singing idols, venez nous en parler

Message par Neosilver le Jeu 20 Juin 2013 - 19:30




Yop le monde.....

La je part un sujet, car il y a pas vraiment de post dédié totalement et spécifiquement a ce genre en général pour ce qui est de la J-music du japon....... et ce sont les groupe de style ''singing idols''.

J'en ai parler moyennement assez pour ce que l'on retrouve dans les animes/manga, mais rien pour le vrai phénomène au japon de ce sujet.

Pourquoi j'en ai pas parler est simplement parce que je ne m'y connais paaaaaaaaaaas du tout dans ce domaine.
La J-music est vraiment pas ma branche, mais ca reste pas moins que a travers les truc que je vois provenant du japon dans les média sociaux est très souvent des trucs concernant ceci.

Qu'est-ce qu'un groupe ''singing idol'' japonais??? on remarque souvent que ce sont une grande quantité de fille (souvent plus de 8 dans le groupe) mais encore?? il existe t'il des groupe mixe?? ou des groupe de gars?

Comment fonctionne cette industrie? Que font c'est artiste? (uniquement chanter et dancer ou d'autre tache de leur travail?)

Je lance le sujet pour savoir s'il y a une ou des personne ici qui sont des J-music Otaku et qui en savent sur le sujet..... et qui pourrais nous éclaircir sur cette univers.

Principalement aussi s'il y en a qui peuvent nous en dire plus sur qu'est-ce qui existe présentement comme groupe au japon, lesquels sont les plus populaire, nous montré des photos.... un topo.... des vidéo.... leur implication dans des événements au japon....etc.

Bref, faite nous tous ici découvrir plus sur ce qu'ils sont!

Déjà par des noms comme ca... On en connais quelques uns.

Il y a la célèbre AKB48 qui sont la depuis très longtemps.



Contrairement a ce que le monde pense, les artistes dans c'est groupe change avec le temps, de nouvelle personnes joins le groupe tandis que d'autre quitte pour sois faire leur carrière solo ou juste créé leur propre  petit groupe. (ou juste faire autre chose de leur vie)



Wikipedia a écrit:
AKB48 (read "A.K.B. Forty-eight") is a Japanese girl group. As of April 2013, the group has 86 members.[2] The girls range in age from early teens to mid-20s.[3][4] Produced by Yasushi Akimoto, it is one of the highest-earning musical acts in the world, with 2011 record sales of over US$200 million in Japan.[5] It has achieved such popularity in Japan[6] that it has been characterized as a social phenomenon.[7]
As of January 2013, the group's seventeen latest singles topped the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart. In 2010, "Beginner" and "Heavy Rotation" placed, respectively, first and second in the list of Japan's best selling singles for the year.[8] In 2011 and 2012 AKB48's singles occupied the top five spots of the Oricon Yearly Singles Chart.[9][10] The band has sold over 20 million CDs,[11][12] and holds the record for most singles sold in Japan by a female group.[13]
AKB48 is named after Akihabara (Akiba for short), the area in Tokyo where the group's theater is located. The idea of AKB48's producer Yasushi Akimoto was to create a girl group that, unlike a regular pop group, which gives occasional concerts and that is mostly seen on TV, would have its own theater and perform there on a daily basis; the fans would always be able to go and see the girls live. AKB48 still performs at the theater daily, with tickets distributed by lottery.[14] Akimoto has also expanded the AKB48 concept to several sister groups throughout Asia.






Comme je l'ai déjà mentionner dans un autre post, c'est un genre de truc que on a pas ici comme concept en amérique... se serais un mélange des boys/girl band fusionner avec des star académie, américain idol, etc.

Dans le sens que si on veux un jour se faire remarquer comme chanteuse et/ou chorégraphiste dans l'univers du star système.... c'est presque une grosse porte d'entré si on a fais parti de ''groupe d'idole'' et surtout si on a été populaire.

Cela aide aussi pour tout domaine connexe comme seiyuu ou acteur(trice) télé.



Wikipedia a écrit:
AKB48 was founded based on the "idols you can meet" concept.[15] The group's producer Yasushi Akimoto decided to create an idol group that, unlike a regular idol group that gives occasional concerts and that is mostly seen on TV, would have its own theater and perform there on a daily basis; the fans would always be able to go and see the girls live.[16][15] AKB48 performs at the theater daily; because of demand, tickets are now distributed only via a lottery.[14] The AKB48 Theater is located in the Don Quijote store in Akihabara, Tokyo.[14]
The group consists of three "teams" (subgroups): Team A, Team K, and Team B. Having several teams not only allows the group to reduce the load on its members, since a daily concert at the theater is given by only one team, but also gives AKB48 opportunity to perform in several places and even countries simultaneously.[17] Each of the teams also has a unique image.[18] According to member Misaki Iwasa, Team A represents freedom, Team B is very idol-like with cutesy costumes, while Team K has a strong and powerful image.[18] According to an early press release, the group intended to have 16 members on each team to make a total member count of 48[15][19][20][21] but had varied the member count over time,[6] and had as many as 92.[22] A number of aspiring members (so-called trainees or kenkyūsei (研究生?))[note 1] learn the group's songs and are appointed as understudies for the main members, so that a replacement is always available. In addition to singing performances, members are heavily promoted throughout the Japanese mass media.[14] The group regularly holds "handshake events", where fans get a chance to shake hands with the group's members.[14]




Il semble y avoir aussi une bonne gang d'autre groupe soeur... au début je pensais que c'était juste d'autre producteur qui voulais lancer compétition dans ce monde...
Mais non, après avoir lu wikipedia, c'est uniquement le même fondateur qui a juste créé d'autre filière a travers le pays et le monde pour ainsi produire plus d'artiste.



Wikipedia a écrit:
AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto has also created AKB48 sister groups that are based on the same "idols you can meet" concept. Each such sister group has a home theater based in Japan or elsewhere in Asia and releases its own singles. Sister group members also occasionally perform with AKB48.[104][155] Jurina Matsui and Miyuki Watanabe, members of AKB48 sister groups, have also been temporary members of AKB48, as well.[103]
AKB48's first sister group, SKE48, was formed in 2008, and their theater is based in Sakae, Nagoya.[156] Subsequently, SDN48 ("Saturday Night"), NMB48,[157] ("Namba"), and HKT48[158] ("Hakata") were formed. In 2011, the first sister group outside of Japan, JKT48,[159] was announced. The group is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. JKT48 was followed by two more overseas AKB48 sister groups: TPE48, based in Taipei, Taiwan; and SNH48[160] based in Shanghai, China.
Apart from sister groups, AKB48 also has an "official rival" named Nogizaka46.[161]



SKE48



Wikipedia a écrit:SKE48 (read in Japanese as esu kē ī fōtīeito) is an all-female Japanese theater/idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto. The group performs at SKE48 Theater on 2F of Sunshine Sakae in Sakae, Nagoya. Avex Group is its current official label.

The Name "SKE" comes from "Sakae" in the Naka district in Nagoya.








SDN48



Wikipedia a écrit:SDN48 (read "S.D.N. Forty-eight", short for Saturday Night 48) was a Japanese idol girl group, created and produced by Yasushi Akimoto. SDN48 was created based on an "adult idol" concept. Former AKB48 member Kayo Noro was chosen as the captain of the group. In November 2010, the group made their major label debut with "Gagaga". The group ended with a farewell concert on March 31, 2012.





NMB48



Wikipedia a écrit:NMB48 (read "N.M.B. Forty-eight") is an all-female Japanese theater/idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto. The group performs at NMB48 Theater on the basement of Yes-Namba Building in Namba, Osaka.

NMB48 belongs to Kyoraku Yoshimoto Holdings Co., Ltd., a joint corporation of Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. and Kyoraku Sangyo Co., Ltd. The name "NMB" comes from "Namba" in the Minami district in Osaka.
NMB48 debuted on October 9, 2010, and consisted of 26 members as Team Kenkyūsei. However one member resigned from the group due to illness. Of the remaining 25 members, 16 were promoted to Team N on March 10, 2011.






HTK48



Wikipedia a écrit:
HKT48 (read "H.K.T. Forty-eight"?) is an all-female Japanese theater/idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto. The group performs at HKT48 Theater at Hawks Town in Fukuoka.[1]

HKT48 is named after the Hakata-ku, Fukuoka city of Fukuoka Prefecture, where Yasushi Akimoto originally intended to base the group.[2] HKT48's theater is located in Hawks Town Mall in Chūō-ku, Fukuoka.[3]





JTK 48




Wikipedia a écrit:
JKT48 (read as "J. K. T. Forty-eight") is an Indonesian girl group whose name is derived from its base city of Jakarta and the Japanese idol group AKB48. Formed in 2011, it is the first AKB48 sister group outside of Japan and adopts the concept of "idols you can meet".[1] Fans can attend daily performances at the group's theater, which was built as a close replica to the AKB48 Theater in Akihabara.
Producer Yasushi Akimoto decided to bring the AKB48 concept to Indonesia because the group had begun to develop a fan base in the country. Indonesia's growing economy was seen as a potential market by many Japanese companies, and Akimoto established a partnership with these businesses and the country's largest media conglomerate Media Nusantara Citra to replicate the AKB48 business model.
While JKT48 does not restrict membership by nationality, applicants must be residents of Indonesia. The group has 51 members and released its first studio album Heavy Rotation on 16 February 2013 via Hits Records, a division of MNC subsidiary PT Star Media Nusantara. It performs songs by AKB48 and other sister groups that are translated into Indonesian.

Much like AKB48, the female Japanese idol group formed in 2005 in the Akihabara neighborhood of Tokyo, JKT48 is based on the concept of idols with whom fans can "'meet', or at least develop a similar feeling of intimacy". JKT48 takes its name from the group's base city of Jakarta, Indonesia.[a][2] The country was seen as a potential market for the idol business because of its relatively young population—As of 2012 about half are under the age of 30—and the popularity of Japanese manga series such as Slam Dunk and One Piece. In order to bring the concept of AKB48 to Indonesia, producer Yasushi Akimoto partnered with the country's largest media conglomerate Media Nusantara Citra and Japanese electronic commerce company Rakuten.[3]
In an interview on CNN's TalkAsia program, Akimoto responded to the question of why he selected Indonesia as the first target of AKB48's overseas expansion. He said, "People in Indonesia were interested in AKB48. That is why we decided to try it in Jakarta. Kids watched AKB on the internet and they want to do the same, but they don't know whether they have talent. Also it's difficult [for them] to go to Japan to audition."[4] Rakuten–MNC Chief Marketing Officer Reino Barack recounted of his visit to Japan, "When I watched AKB48's theater performance in Akihabara, I sensed the potential for a new business in Indonesia."[3]





TPE48



based in Taipei, Taiwan; pas de wikipedia







SNH48



Wikipedia a écrit:
SNH48 (read "S.N.H. Forty-eight") is an all-female Chinese idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto. The group will perform at the SNH48 Theater, which is currently under construction.[1] SNH48 also have their own blog in Sina Weibo.[2]

SNH48 is based in the city of Shanghai, China.[3] SNH48 is the seventh AKB48 sister group and the third abroad sister group, following JKT48 and TPE48 (who haven't debuted yet). SNH48 follows the same concept of AKB48, that is "the idol that you can meet" (Chinese: 可面对面的偶像).[4] SNH48 is the first AKB48 sister group in China, even though AKB48 has a large fan base in China.
The 26 first generation members of SNH48 were announced on October 15. Joining those 26 members are AKB48's Sae Miyazawa and Mariya Suzuki, who are currently taking part in AKB48's overseas temporary transfer program.





Nogizaka46



Wikipedia a écrit:
Nogizaka46 (乃木坂46 Nogizaka Forty-six?) is a Japanese female idol group produced by Yasushi Akimoto, and it is billed as the "official rival" (公式ライバル kōshiki raibaru?) of the group AKB48.[1]
Nogizaka46 was named after the place where the SME Nogizaka Building, which houses Sony Music Japan’s office, is located in.[1] Their producer Yasushi Akimoto also said that the number "46" was chosen as a direct challenge to AKB48.[1]





Donc voila... sinon bien comme vous voyez, n'importe qui est capable de juste re-cité wikipedia.... il y avais pas grand chose a apprendre dans un sens.

Donc pour savoir, il y en a t-il parmis vous qui en savent plus sur ces choses la et voulez vous nous partager votre connaissance?

En existe-t-il d'autre groupe de ce genre??  Je peux vous dire tout de suite que oui, il en existe plein d'autre groupe du style ''singing idols'' mais je ne les connais pas, donc si vous en connaissez, faite nous les partager!!





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Message par Neosilver le Dim 23 Juin 2013 - 1:35




Je suis tomber par hasard sur cette vidéo.

On peut voir que même en dehors des groupes professionnel de carrière, on peut trouver tout plein d'autre petit groupe....

Comme ca, par hasard, juste en se promenant dans les rues.
Cela semble être un petit concert improviser ouvert...genre artiste de la rue.

Est-ce semi-professionnel?  Des amateurs?  Peut-être qu'il cherche a se faire connaitre ou se faire découvrir par des recruteurs d'agence artistique..... aucune idée.

Mais ca reste cool a voir et le fun de voir comment les gars la bas peuvent accrocher sur ce genre de truc.

go super trio Kamy, Elfy, Mishy!!





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