for alto flute and guitar – Work in progress
Part Nan Angelen
flute quartet (flute, 2 alto flutes, bass flute) – 2008
2009-01-22 Ljungskile Folkhögskola – Forty Fingers – first performance
Part Nan Angelen is Gaelic and means the share of the angels – it’s used as an expression for the part of the whiskey that evaporates from the barrel during storage.
Version 1 – guitar – 1998
Version 2 – vibraphone – 1998
2000-04-16 Glass House, Valand Academy of Art, Siren2000 – Olof Wendel – first performance
2004-10-21 La Manufactura Papelera, Buenos Aires, Argentina – Daniel Serale
Version 3 – flute, guitar – 2018
Inspired by a poem by Tomas Tranströmer:
Mitt i livet händer att döden kommer
och tar mått på människan. Det besöket
glöms och livet fortsätter. Men kostymen
sys i det tysta.
(In the midst of life, death will come and measure man.
That visit is forgotten and life continues.
But the costume is sewn in silence.)