At university, Randwülf studied music under his mentor Richard von Grabow, played in the
university symphony under the direction of Laurence Burkhalter, was a violist in a quartet supervised by renown cellist George Work,
and studied pipe-organ with Lynn Zeigler. The university symphony performed several of Randwülf's compositions. Professors of music
history, having relied on recordings for decades, were able to take advantage of Randy's rare abilities, inviting him
to their classes to provide live demonstrations of the historical concepts for their students, on a variety of instruments.
After college, Randwülf produced 7 CD's of his own piano & New Age compositions, some written
as early as age 12, quickly reaching audiences in 26 countries around the world. His songs have aired on the radio program "Music to
Heal the Heart", appeared in television commercials and in a documentary commissioned by the state of Iowa, and received unexpected
attention in Japan's field of psychological research, studying their amazingly therapeutic affects!