Randwülf: Childhood Music
Single Thread of Light -- Single Thread of Light
Esrom Eilatan -- Dreaming
De Profundis Clamo Ad Te -- The Torrent
Livingston Inspiration -- Single Thread of Light
Magnificat - Anna Marie -- The Torrent
The Soul Takes Flight -- The Soul's Midnight
Dulcius Ex Silentio -- The Torrent
Reflection of the Samurai -- Dreaming
In grade school,
Randwülf began showing amazing musical talent, learning to play and perform on a dozen musical instruments. His tutor began
occassionally "stealing" him from his school, taking him to surrounding towns to perform solos
and show him off. Although his technical ability was quite good, it was his breathtaking delicacy and deep emotional expression
for such a young performer that began capturing so much attention. He began accumulating numerous awards, and started writing his own compositions as his recognition expanded from local to regional.
While only in junior high school,
Randwülf was a member of the Saint Ambrose College Chamber Orchestra, the Tri-City Youth Symphony Orchestra, his school
symphony, and he was performing regularly at the Augustana College Choral/Orchestral Festivals. He played oboe in concert band,
percussion in marching band, viola in a Renaissance quartet, and violin in rare table-top duets. He participated in piano competitions,
and began tutoring students barely younger than himself. He began attracting many fans as his accomplishments expanded from regional to national.
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