Piano Solos

In 'Axioma' everything sounds more auto-suggestive: Jasper van 'Hof sings his inspirations to himself, takes the feelings stirring inside him and consummates them on the piano. In the best sense of the word, he improvises his way from beginning to end; ultimately that is the be-all and the end-all of inspired music. His ideas sometimes posses the clarity and rigour of Bach, at other times they soften and expand into meandering, pianistic capers in pastel or operate with rhythmically tricky counterpoints. He entitled one piece "The Improvizer" - what more is there to say?