Created for Jacob Ridderberg

Throat is an examination of using site-specific and unusual acoustic environments as a catalyst for compositional expression as well as a tool to transform and transcend the timbral and aesthetic qualities associated with the recorder as an instrument.

Kastelsmøllen: mechanical, metallic and electronic timbres are contrasted with the hollow and wooden sound that characterises the recorder as an instrument and kastelsmøllen as a space.

Kastelsmøllen was recorded in a wooden windmill from 1847 located at Kastellet in Copenhagen.