"rdenig_m..": ditto - I'm ashamed to admit; but............. I do have it in my computer music library.
Might you post some You Tube videos of his compositions you think may be accessible to an ole "stuck in the mud" ROMANTICIST like me - promise to listen to them?
EDIT I: thank you - appreciate it.
EDIT II: I did listen to them all; and found I was able to relate meaningfully to some aspects of his music - but not to others.
His writing for the human voice/the choral, is masterful; and in places uplifting. Needless to say the same holds true for the orchestral - he (to me) paints in a someways unique, other worldly soundscape; and I would imagine that to some as myself, takes "getting use to" in order to fathom.
The final (finale-?) of his 2nd symphony I found to be the most rewarding of your posted links. The "ppp" section (about mid-ways-?) caused me to up the volume control. And ultimately suggested to me, an "unanswered" question.
The Harpsichord concerto...............I was hanging on, in attempting to follow. And think I got it, but only when the last chord sounded....??? Which leads into those aspects of his music I was unable to relate....."meaningfully" (positively-?).
He as seemingly to me so many other contemporary composers do, implements/utilizes a repetitious modality I'm unable to comprehend - and sorry, but this just drives me up the wall: i.e. Phillip Glass.
The "Requiem Polka" I almost gave up on - literally had to force myself to endure it. But will admit the "lightening up" at the end, "made some sense of it all"....... (sort of).
Again, many thanks for the links.