M U S I C
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Intro: As a creative soul, I experience every day the significant urge to devote my life to the arts, and in my case particularly to the art of music. I love music. Music is what makes me lust for life.

I'm a classically schooled composer, so my favorite style of music is obviously the classical and contemporary world of music. From the old to the new. From Lully, to Bach, to Wagner, to Bartok, to Schoenberg, to Xenakis, to Ferneyhough, to Mårtensson.

Of course I also like what we might poorly label as more popular music. The range is very wide, but could in short be from The Beatles, to Kraftwerk, to Frank Zappa, to Aphex Twin, to Michael Jackson, to Autechre, to Kent, to TSoOL, to Pan sonic.

Here I have collected some of my works created during my life as a musician and composer. Most of them _don't_ fall under the CC License that governs the rest of the content on this site, since I don't own full rights to the recordings of the music. But you are free to listen to what I have to offer. I'd love to hear from you, too.


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Music isn't the only fascination I have with life. I also like to design -- both graphics and websites. I find photography and film in general a fascinating area. Honestly, I'm not very proficient in it, but I'm learning. I also have a place in my heart for poetry and prose, some of which I plan to display here or otherplace. I'm somewhat skilled in screenwriting for film (and theater for that matter), so if you'd like to collaborate with me on a future movie, please let me know.

As you see, I find that there isn't just one area of life I enjoy. I find that the more I learn, the more I want to learn, the more I want to learn and explore, the more... -- you get the idea. Life is so large and rich and complex and beautiful (among all the horrors) that one can live and learn without running out of things to be amazed by. Daily. I consider myself very fortunate that I found this fact of life while still being quite young.

It isn't easy being an optimist these days. It sure isn't. But, at least on a personal note; the fact that I've gone from a depressed pessimist to a modestly hopeful optimist in just a few years is proof of the fact. At least for me. What's life to you? I'd be a happier man if you told me.


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