Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP
Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP

‘Japan’s Beethoven’ Mamoru Samuragochi not even deaf, says ghost composer

Ghost composer Takashi Niigaki claims Mamoru Samuragochi is not deaf and can’t write sheet music

Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP
Takashi Niigaki, ghost writer for deaf composer Mamoru Samuragochi dubbed 'Japan's Beethoven' speaks to the press in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: AFP
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