Watch here an episode of Thomas’ Music Room, an interactive music channel for children and other childlike souls.This time Thomas Dausgaard and me discover the Romanian folk dances by Béla Bartók anew. Enjoy!
Be in peace. … More Be in peace. In memoriam my father.
In memoriam … More In memoriam
A text about the question: “Why crucifixion?” inspired by the music of J.S. Bach connecting the music of his St Matthew Passion and Rembrandt’s “The Three Crosses” … More Happy birthday, Bach! Reflections on the St Matthew Passion and the question: why crucifixion?
About silence in music.
A conversation between me and Thomas Dausgaard. … More About silence in music. In conversation with Thomas Dausgaard.
A text about unconditional love combining the second movement of Bruckner’s 6th symphony and Delaunay’s “Simultaneous Contrasts”. … More Unconditional love. Bruckner and Delaunay II
What is love? A text about love combining the second movement of Bruckner’s 5th symphony and Delaunay’s “Circular Forms, Sun No. 1” … More The sun of love. Bruckner and Delaunay.
Panta rhei. The flow of life. What remains if everything changes? Goethe’s “Eins und Alles” combined with Sibelius and Delaunay. … More Panta rhei.
A text about the colour red combining the first movement of Nielsen’s 2nd symphony and my own painting. … More Nielsen’s red.