One Hundred and Ten


Firstly, I am interested in the translation of humanity from disorder into form and structure, into vibrations and intermittently, into music, but mostly in the liveliness of some human soul, taking his aliveness in victory and transposing it onto his aliveness in sound; moreover I receive a great deal of pleasure in studying annotated music as the ordered transcription of abstract frequencies onto concrete paper, of whose intimate features I know little.