1999 release. Impulsioni is the collective title of three works which comprise the beginning of Rozmanns work within the field of electroacoustic music. Seen as compositions, Rozmann himself sees Impulsioni I-III as the earliest, almost primitively simple results of a line of composition which nonetheless has kept its importance for him. Impulsioni I is a true start from scratch for him, with the low first tone followed by soft, silvery sounds. The second piece utilized a pulse generator, and the third a machine available at the Royal Conservatory called a synthi. During this period, the composer used only synthetic sounds. It was not until later that he turned to concrete sound samples, such as organ tones, voice and other material. Despite the simple background of Impulsioni I-III, it was here that Rozmann became convinced that electroacoustic music is the greatest expressive device of all time, an opinion which he has steadfastly held throughout the years. Rozmanns art moves between many forms of society and civilization. Gregorian chant is placed next to songs by Buddhist monks, childrens voices next to the laugh of someone who is probably the Devil himself. -Hans Gunnar Peterson.