Takashi Niigaki attends a press conference in Tokyo Japan on February 6th, 2014. Niigaki explained his 18 year role as a ghostwriter for celebrated "composer" Mamoru Samuragochi. Samuragochi was nicknamed the new Beethoven and supposedly deaf. Niigaki cast doubt on Samuragochi's hearing impediment and said that he had written more than 20 pieces that Samuragochi had taken sole credit for. (Photo by Motoo Naka/AFLO)

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Takashi Niigaki
Takashi Niigaki attends a press conference in Tokyo Japan on February 6th, 2014. Niigaki explained his 18 year role as a ghostwriter for celebrated "composer" Mamoru Samuragochi. Samuragochi was nicknamed the new Beethoven and supposedly deaf. Niigaki cast doubt on Samuragochi's hearing impediment and said that he had written more than 20 pieces that Samuragochi had taken sole credit for. (Photo by Motoo Naka/AFLO)

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Date 6 Feb 2014
Location: Tokyo Tokyo Japan
Credit: Motoo Naka/AFLO
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