2000’s (Audio/Video)

#82. Cataphora – lulus brevicum, for solo voice (2009)
#80.b. Keltainen huone (Yellow Room), for choir (2008) [version b. with voicing]
Theatrical (humerous)
Concert
#77. A Marriage of Shadows, for fl, sax, perc, gtr, voice (2008)
#76. DRAFT 1/25/2002, for solo voice and two female speaking voices (2007)
#72. Tempo Mental Rap, for guitar (2005)
variation one
variation two (excerpt) – performed by Stefan Östersjö in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on November 1, 2012.
variation three (excerpt) – performed by Stefan Östersjö in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on November 1, 2012
variation five (excerpt) – performed by Stefan Östersjö in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on November 1, 2012.
variation six (excerpt) – performed by Stefan Östersjö in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on November 1, 2012.
#71. Art from the Edge of the World, for oboe (2005)
#70. 1 sonata, for piano (2004)
movement one (excerpt) – performed by Moritz Ernst in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on January 4, 2014.
movement two (excerpt) – performed by Moritz Ernst in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on January 4, 2014.
movement three (excerpt) – performed by Moritz Ernst in the Experimental Theater at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur on January 4, 2014.
#68. prāna, for 4 voices and bells (2002)
#67. Kut, A. for voice, sheng (or accordion/oboe), violin; B. for voice and electronics (2002)
#66. SANGĪTAŚIROMANI, for seven high strings (2002)
#64. String Quartet #1, mmt 1 (2002)
#62. Anaphora, for solo voice (2001)
Anaphora (part 1 of 3) – performed by Almut Kühne on the Program titled “Licht-Risse”  with the ensemble AUDITIVVOKAL (www.auditivvokal.de) with Helge Leiberg, Live-Overhead painting
#61. Divergence, for two voices and electronics (2001)
#60. Cantor’s Dust, for solo voice and electronics (2001)
#59. The Elements of Risk in Creation, an electronic composition with optional voice (2001)
#58. Kalevi Matus, for choir (2000)
#55. Mamre, for solo violin (2000)
My work as composer (Anaphora), performer and pedagogue of voice was documented in a 2012 film titled “Stimmig” by Lena Giovanazzi and Daniel Büche.  The film is a documentary about the variety of human vocal expression: Yodeling, overtone singing, buccal speech, laughter yoga, the contemporary classical music´s sound repertoire, esophageal speech, beatboxing and animal voice imitation. The singers featured in the film included: Christian Zehnder, Arjopa, Wolfgang Saus, Angela Mecking, Peter Krause, Michael Edward Edgerton, Angela Wingerath, Kehlkopflosenchor León, Uwe Westphal, 4xSample, PerformanceChor für Experimentellen Gesang Berlin.
stimmig-10 Vokalexkursionen from Lena Giovanazzi on Vimeo.
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