2014-01-01

Att konceptualisera glömskan

for Saxophone and voice More...

Private recording

2014-01-01

Drinking

for dan tranh, voice and electronics More...

Private recording

2013-01-01

Elle a dansé - Il se tourna

for Video and electronics, eight channel diffusion More...

Recorded and available on cd

2014-01-01

Opposite of Black Noise

for Laptop, eight speakers More...

Recorded and available on cd

2007-01-01

Repetition Repeats all other Repetitions

for Viking Eggeling's "Symphonie Diagonale", 10-stringed guitar and electronics. More...

Recorded and available on cd

2011-01-01

Månens Gråa Ögon

for t.sax, s.sax, git1, git2, el.piano, organ, bass, drum1, drum2, drum3 More...

Recorded and available on cd

2011-01-01

The Transparent I

for sheng, dan bau, dan tranh, accordion, 10-stringed guit., vla, d.bass, More...

Private recording

2006-01-01

Repetition Repeats all other Repetitions

for 10-stringed guitar and computer More...

Recorded and available on cd

2010-01-01

The Mystic Writing Pad I

for sax (midi) or windcontroller, vc (electric), el. guitar, keyboard, MIDI-marimba, crotales and gongs More...

Private recording

2009-01-01

Continuous Breach

for cl, sop sax, trb, pi, laptop, dr, vn, vc, bass More...

Private recording

2006-01-01

The Six Tones

for Dan Tranh, Dan Bau, banjo, e-bow, 10-stringed guitar and electronics More...

Private recording

2003-01-01

Drive

for electric viola grande or viola and computer More...

Recorded and available on cd

2001-01-01

Improvisations for saxophone and computer

for saxophone and computer More...

Private recording

2003-01-01

Perspicio

for saxophone quartet and computer More...

Private recording

2001-01-01

Music for houses / Housebroken

for four channel tape More...

Private recording

1996-01-01

Tetrachordal Variations

for String orchestra and improvising soloist(s) First performance: 1996

No score

English program note

(by Peter Bates)
According to Merriam Webster, a tetrachord is a “diatonic series of four tones with an interval of a perfect fourth between the first and last.” But don’t bother looking for tetrachords in this mini-saxophone concerto. Sit back and relax as it evolves. It begins as a leisurely series of introductory statements in dialog with a dimly-lit nightclub-style piano. The soulful wailings of the sax recede as the orchestra enters, still keeping the piece in adagio tempo, but shimmering with tension. Beginning at about 3: 30, there is so much tension that you feel all hell is about to break loose. But it doesn’t. At 5:00 the simmering volcano dies down and the sax plays a series of staccato notes with the piano that evolve into an effusion of sentiment, as the orchestra enters again with flourishes, a variation on its first entrance. A freeform piano solo prepares for another variation on the duet. At about 9:00, the orchestral accompaniment gets edgier and more agitated, then surrenders to another calm interlude with the saxophone. Almost bi-polar in its mood instability, “Tetrachordal Variations” teeters on the edge of dissolution, but always finds it way back, ultimately to calm resolution.

Swedish program note

Programkommentar på svenska har inte förts in än. Tack för ditt intresse!

Private recording

2001-01-01

Improvisation VII

for improvising soloist and computer More...

Private recording

2003-01-01

etherSound

for computer and cellular phone (and improvising artists) More...

Private recording

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