David Tudén
David Tudén
Composer
David Tudén is a composer and artist working in different fields of art and music. His work is characterized by a conceptual method where the music often emerges from an exploratory approach of extramusical models, questions and interpretations. In many of his works the musical material stems from various examinations of subjects such as alchemy, the use of history, poetry and mysticism.

PLUMONES IN UTERO Emanuel Swedenborg (1688 – 1772) was a prolific inventor and scientist who during one of his scientific travels in 1744 started experiencing strange dreams and visions. These […]

PLUMONES IN UTERO
Emanuel Swedenborg (1688 – 1772) was a prolific inventor and scientist who during one of his scientific travels in 1744 started experiencing strange dreams and visions. These mystical recurring episodes culminated in a spiritual awakening during which he received a revelation that he was appointed by Jesus to reform Christianity. He recorded this cathartic period in his journal, which was found more than one hundred years later and published under the title ’’the Journal of Dreams’’. In the piece ’’Plumones in Utero’’ the theologist, human and mystic Swedenborg is consulted through a suggested dialogue between the entries in his dream journal and the antique roman poet Ovid (43 B.C. – 17 A.D.) Filtered through its historical models the music positions itself in the borderland between summoning, reflection and review.