A Symphony in time

A Symphony in Time relates to the conventional classical sequence of movements (fast, slow, scherzo, finale), but does not adhere to the classical conception of linear time and organic, ”logical” development. The symphony is a multi-layered dislocation of time-levels colliding and overlapping in a way which makes all the four traditional symphony-movements (and their specific individual character) seem to be present at the same time. Allthough without totally disintegrating the ”space” formed by the idividual movement. Thus the fragmented time dominating the surface of the music is connected on a deeper, ”spatial” level, ande the real focus of the work is the experience of musical time.

A Symphony in Time

Dacapo, 1992