Below you will find some of my music as mp3-files and sheet music (at the bottom). You will also find some comments on the material. To download, right-click (Ctrl+click on mac) and choose 'download'.



Items and research:

- Information on my card game "Animal Game Cards"

- Sounds and frequency analysis of a different objects for a collaboration with the Norwegian embroiderer Ann Rasmussen


Music (mp3):

Music from workshop at Ryparken Lille Skole, 2017

Three small pieces for soprano and string trio:
- I saw thee weep (Byron)
- Bright Star (Keats)
- The rude wind (Shelley)

- Sound installation in J.C. Jacobsens Garden, Carlsberg, Cph., June 13, 2015. My own kind of bird, rain, transportation noise and building noise could be heard from treetops, buildings and from behind shrubberies

- Four ideas for choir (2015), performed by Tårnsangerne. 0:00 - first idea, rehearsal. 08:25 - second idea, rehearsal. 13:41 - second idea, electronics track. 18:40 - third idea, rehearsal. 29:10 - fourth idea, rehearsal. 31:45 - first idea, performance. 37:43 - second idea, performance. 42:54 - second idea, electronics track. 47:55 - third idea, performance. 54:15 - fourth idea, performance.

- Small jingles for The Lake, performed by Tårnsangerne

- Stortromme - dry version - (2014) (30:14)
- Stortromme - concert version from Halmlageret, Carlsberg, Cph., Sept. 26 2014 - (2014) (30:19)

- Kollision - dry version - (2014) (2:01)
- Kollision - concert version from Halmlageret, Carlsberg, Cph., Sept. 26 2014 - (2014) (2:05)

- Elevator - concert version from Halmlageret, Carlsberg, Cph., Sept. 26 2014 - (2014) (5:32)

- Maskine (2012), performed by Ying-Hsueh Chen in the Rotunda of Axelborg, Cph., April 8 2014 (18:53)

- Da synge vi, som fugle nu. For Rikke Gormsen (2013) (6:26)

Klokkerne drømmer om klumpning. Performed by Erik Kure
- At J. F. Kennedy Plads, Aalborg (7:50)
- At Nørresundby Torv (7:47)
- In Jomfru Ane Parken, Aalborg (6:55)
- In Brovst (7:05)

- Cirkel, performed by the choir Tårnsangerne and myself (percussion) at Sejerø Festival (2013) (23:00)
- Cirkel, performed in the Rotunda of Axelborg, Cph., April 8 2014, also by Tårnsangerne and me (21:03)

- Arrow, performed by Open Form Ensemble (2013) (8:26)

- Arrow, performed by 4 Elements (2013) (12:07)
- Arrow, performed by Tårnsangerne in the Rotunda of Axelborg, Cph., April 8 2014 (10:17)

- Organ pipes in relaxation mode (2012) (17:17)

- Organ Matrix (2011). Sonically manipulated organ pipe orchestras

- Seven Selections of Organ Pipes (2011). Mouthblown organ pipes (27:28)

- Suona (film music) (2011) (1:14)

- Elevatormusik (2010). Electronics (5:18)

- Bass Drum Delight (2010) (5:08)

- Dybt hælder året i sin gang (2010), lyrics: C. J. Boye (2:07)

- Ambulance - Helikopter (2010). For 16-voice mixed choir. Performed by Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, conducted by Fredrik Malmberg. October 2012 (5:59)
- Ambulance - Helikopter (2010). For 16-voice mixed choir. Performed by Ansan City Choir, conducted by Shin-Hwa Park. March 2016 (6:08)

- Hver har sin skæbne (Each has his own destiny) (2009). Fl., sopr., Vcl. Lyrics: Th. Kingo (4:26)

- Stone (2009). Sax, pn., perc. (7:13)

- Windoctet in eight parts (2009) (8:11)

- What clouds do (2008). Soprano duo. Lyrics: E. E. Cummings (1:55)

- Metals (2007) (only tape) (just instruments) (4:13)
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- Wagamamamuzak (2007) (20:00)
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- Journey in Vietnam (2006) (5:02)
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- With dan bau (2006) (5:23) (special 'under water' edition) (5:30)
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- For gong and piano (2005) (5:41)
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- Gongmusik (2005) (16:22)
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- Piece for piano (2004) (6:35)
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- Piece for piano sextet (2003) (4:19)
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Recording from the Tower Concert I made in February 2010 in Copenhagen:

- What clouds do (2008), lyrics: E.E. Cummings (1:59)

- Canon for dan tranh (2010) (3:42)

- Elevatormusik (2010) (5:26)

- Bass Drum Delight (2010) (5:08)

- Med dan bau (2006) (4:17)

- Metals (for dan tranh) (2007/10) (4:21)

- Dybt hælder året i sin gang (2010), lyrics: C. J. Boye (2:07)

- Gongmusik (2005) (20:36)



Sheet music:

I saw thee weep (Byron) / Bright star (Keats) / The rude wind (Shelley) (2017)
- Web quality (compressed, 2,3 MB)     - Print quality (30,5 MB)

- Four Ideas for Choir (2015) (compressed, 7,1 MB)

Klokkerne drømmer om klumpning (The bells dream of clotting) (2013)
- Web quality (compressed, 5,8 MB)     - Print quality (24,2 MB)

Cirkel (2013)
- Web quality (compressed, 2,7 MB)     - Print quality (9,8 MB)

- Arrow (2013) (compressed, 1,7 MB)

Maskine (2012)
- Web quality (compressed, 12,7 MB)     - Print quality (69,2 MB)

- Sea Music (2012)

Watchtower etc. (2011)
- Web quality (compressed, 2,3 MB)     - Print quality (8,4 MB)

Seven Selections of Organ Pipes (2011)
- Web quality (compressed, 0,3 MB)     - Print quality (1,6 MB)
- Photo of the score with tape samples

Bass Drum Delight (2010)
- Web quality (compressed, 1,6 MB)     - Print quality (15,9 MB)

Dybt hælder året i sin gang (2010), lyrics: C. J. Boye
- Web quality (compressed, 0,4 MB)     - Print quality (6,4 MB)

Canon for Dan Tranh (2010)
- Web quality (compressed, 0,4 MB)     - Print quality (6,7 MB)

Metals for Dan Tranh (2010)
- Web quality (compressed, 0,5 MB)      - Print quality (7,1 MB)

- Ambulance - Helikopter (2009, rev. 2016)

Hver har sin skæbne (Each has his own destiny) (2009), lyrics: Thomas Kingo
- Web quality (compressed, 0,6 MB)      - Print quality (9 MB)

- Stone (2009)

Wind octet in eight parts (2009)
- Web quality (compressed 3,4 MB)      - Print quality (59 MB)

- Metals, edition for clarinet and viola (2009)

- What clouds do (2008), lyrics: E.E. Cummings

- Metals (2007)

- For gong and piano (2005)

- Gongmusik (2005)

- Piece for piano (2004 - explanations in Danish)

- Piece for piano sextet (2003)

- Introduction to 2. act (2000-2001):
(Page 1-5) (Page 6-10) (Page 11-14) (Page 15-19) (Page 20)






By making some elements in the music relatively easy to understand - for example by using many repetitions - other elements can easier stand out, and one can hear behind the music's 'front', into some other place, which is not presented directly in the music?