Free exploration of sound posibilities of a six-6th-stringed guitar tuned by 1/12 tones. Harmonics and open strings are played both with hands and arch.
MIDI Controller and Live Processes, 2013, 11 min
The Wall of Sleep II
Variation of version 1, which includes panning and sound manipulation
Solo Piano, 2012, 11 min
The Wall of Sleep I
The piece comes from a process of improvisation-listening-reimprovisation until it reached a definite result.
Electronic Media, 2011, 12 min
Improvisation with sound and visuals that plays with a structure that grows to a climax and then comes back to its origin.
Electronic Media, 2010, 10 min
The Voices of the Dead
Based on a voiceless recitation, the piece plays with panning and sound manipulation to create a group of voices that comes from differente places.
Executive Production of the Album 'Crystal Rain'
Symphonic Rock Group, 2008, 6 min
The Dark Inscription on the Dintel
The lyrics come from the inscription on Hell´s Door, described in Dante´s Inferno. The piece combines techniques from contemporary music and rock.
Piano and Electronic Media, 2008, 7 min
The electronic part for this piece is based on the transformations of the piano sound, which is combined with the piano itself performed live.
Pico Flute Trio, 2007, 9 min
This piece is divided in four movements. There are polyrhythms and extended techniques. However, the character of the movements are contrasting.
Electronic Media, 2007, 14 min
Based on Edgar Allan Poe´s poem. The piece combines the recitation of the poem together with a series of processed sounds coming from bells. The relation between them changes during the piece to create the different moods described in the poem.
Guitar Quartet, 2006, 7 min
The title recalls the guitar´s sound, without any effects or transformations, an antique sound. The Guitar Quartes is used a big single instrument, but without trying to go beyond the nature of its sound and performance.
Vocal Sextet, 2006, 11 min
In this piece, the vocal sextet, which can be female, male or mixed, surrounds the audience to create an homophonic environment, almost static, only disturbed by the constant microtonal glissandi in each voice.
Electronic Media, 2005, 7 min
Done only with female voice samples. This work combines voice effects and words such as "more", "love me", "come closer", etc. In some effects applied to the voice, there is the impression of turning the voice into the sound of waves and birds. All this gives the piece its name as the ancient Greek mermaids were half women and half bird.
Piano Duet, 2005, 10 min
In this piece, the two pianos sometimes seem to play almost the same thing, and sometimes totally contrasting ideas. It is divided in three movements which are perceived as one, and which take both pianos through different musical textures.
String Quartet, 2004, 9 min
The String quartet is explored intensively by using extended techniques and playing with the music structure and different ways of performance. The piece is divided in three movements which are quite contrasting.
Chamber Orchestra, 2004, 10 min
The orchestra emulates the behaviour of the wind. It sometimes generates soft musical textures, or slow rhythmic patterns, then it gets quicker and more condensed, and finally it is dissolved in silence.
Electronic Media, 2003, 12 min
Using samples from different kind of percussion instruments, the piece travels through nine different musical textures in one single movement which represent the same number of emotions.
Solo Vibraphone or Two Keyboard Percussion Instruments, 2003, 9 min
The composition has two versions. A highly virtuosicone for solo vibraphone, and another one for a keyboard percussion duo (vibraphone, marimba, or xylophone). From the polyrhythms used, emerging voices sing a melody that is always present throughout the work.
Symphony Orchestra, 2003, 7 min
The Immutable Among the Flowing
Based on four different Japanese haikus by different authors, four movements are built. The musical form is created with musical elements that do not change, in combination with others that are constantly changing. The title is a phrase by the Japanese poet Basho.
Solo Piano, 2002, 10 min
Or, Genesis of a Poem
Based on the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. The piece tries to recreate various situations described in the poem, so that even without knowing the poem, the listener can have feelings similar to those of the protagonist of the poem.
Flute, Clarinet, String Trio and Double Bass, 2002, 7 min
This piece is based on an atmosphere with very gradual changes. The performers have several choices of spatialization, which imply different ways of listening to the piece because, depending on the placement selected, they way sounds reach the listener will be different. For performers, the different placements also involve varying degrees of difficulty in the execution of the piece.
Bass Flute, String Trio and Electronic Media, 2002, 9 min
The string trio is placed around the public, while the flute is placed in the middle of it, the electronic media are broadcast by a pair of speakers placed at the far right and left of the auditorium where they perform the piece. The main idea is that the audience feels in an atmosphere of sound that begins as desperately fast and gradually turns more slowly until it gets almost static.
Electronic Media, 2001, 3 min
The piece is built on two very short sound samples, first a door opening, used to create sounds of great length, and the other a door closing that is used to create percussive sounds.
Female Singer and Amplified Guitar, 2001, 5 min
It uses a prepared guitar with 6 sixth strings tuned by 1/12-tone difference between them, and the voice works with microtonal glissandi in a very small range of notes. It also works with rhythms that will add grace notes to create rhythmic patterns highly saturated with them.
Two Percussions, 2000, 12 min
Debut. Divided into three movements which try to describe the different stages of a primitive hunting. Each movement has a different set of drums, and each set is placed in three different places of the stage, so that the performers are relocating there between each movement.