This is a selection of pieces and compositional projects in which I am or have been involved:
Sand Prelude, for piano. 7 min. Score
Triple Tropical Bull (to Carla Bley), for seven musicians (voc, tpt, as, ts, pno, db, dr). 3 min. 1st perf at Gerlesborgsskolan, 26 Aug 2019. Will be featured on Sthlm Svaga’s Debut LP, coming out winter 2019/20 at Found You Recordings). Score
Stickspår (Sidings), for piano. Open collection of miniatures. Some preliminary recordings below, watch out for awful sound quality.
Wedding, for organ. 4 min. First perf. Apr. 2014, Astrid Wennerholm, Duvbo church, Sundbyberg, Sweden.
after two, three, duo for alto flute, percussion (dobaci bowl, bass drum). 6 min. 1st perf. May 2012 at Academy for Music and Drama, Gothenburg, Sweden. Amalia Beauregard Camp, Angelina Mangs. Score
7 januari 2012, for clarinet, piano, double bass, cymbal. 5-6 min. 1st perf. 2012. Recording from Östersund, Sweden, Feb. 2013. Johan Arrias, Rasmus Borg, Niklas Fernqvist, Magnus Vikberg.
Så gråter så, for male chorus (TTBB). 1 min. Text by Gunnar Björling. 1st perf. Dec. 2011 by Svenska Manskören Boyz in love, at Hagakyrkan, Gothenburg, Sweden. Originally part of a commissioned collection of movements, all the rest of which are scrapped.
98 (Dowland International), classical guitar. 7 min. 1st perf. at Academy of Music and Drama, Gothenburg, Sweden, Dec. 2010, by Seth Josel. Score
Basho settings, voice, alto sax (or cl.), viola, cello, piano. Texts by Matsuo Basho (1644-1694). 1st perf. during different concerts 2008-10. Sarah Riedel, Joel Wästberg, Elin Sydhagen, Ingrid Andersson/Hanna Kilpinen, Rasmus Borg.
93 (Imagine), 15 strings (3*3 vln, 3 vla, 2 vlc, 1 db). 12 min. 1st perf. at Palladium, Växjö, Sweden, 27 Nov. 2009, by Musica Vitae and cond. Michael Bartosch. Broadcast at Swedish Radio, P2. Score (pdf)
84, clarinet, cello, double bass, piano. 15 min. 1st perf. in May 2009 at Academy of Music and Drama, Gothenburg, Sweden. Beatrice Seyzeriat, Viktor Steineck, Antonio Hallongren, Martin Lindahl.
Flanerar sommardag, for clarinet, trumpet, piano. Previously named “69”. 31 min. 1st perf. May 2008 at Teater Lederman, Stockholm, Sweden. Gustav Rådström, Johan Norin, Rasmus Borg. Score (pdf)
Strolls, summer day.