Minna no Uta (みんなのうた), literally Everyone's Songs (English title: Songs for Everyone), is a five-minute NHK TV and radio program which is broadcast several times daily. The program started on April 3, 1961. It is one of NHK's long-running programs. The program is generally used as filler between programs. While many of the episodes are aimed at children, a large percentage are not, so the program enjoys a wide audience.
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Music video for the song Rere no Aoi Sora by Japanese stringed musician Kiyoshi Kobayashi under the pseudonym "Ukulele Ojisan" that was featured on NHK's Minna no Uta program. It was included as the title track on a two-disc CD produced by Nippon Columbia that same month, which included various other songs from the Minna no Uta catalog. Synonyms: Minna no Uta, Lele no Aoi Sora.
Minna no Uta (みんなのうた), is a five-minute NHK TV and radio program which is broadcast several times daily. The program is used to introduce new songs from popular and new singers, as well as to highlight the talents of various animators and directors.
Utada Hikaru no Uta is an eclectic mixture of earnest (and, occasionally, overly ambitious) interpretations, but the music itself almost comes second to the overall statement the record makes as a whole: Utada Hikaru is loved, and the impact of her music is profound. There’s really no other way to explain such an involved tribute by such a vast array of musicians - her music is something truly special, indeed. Utada’s comeback has never been more needed.