Based on a saying by the Hindu philosopher and mystic Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902), the 7min song is featured in an Art Video evoking the suffering and hope of the Poor, the Hungry and the Homeless...
Art songs around poetry : Japanese Zen poetry (historic Koans, Tanka's and Haiku's), ancient Chinese poetry from the Book of Odes (Tang Dynasty), Hindu, Jewish, Biblical and American poetry, etc...
Song of Zachary
One of our latest art songs, titled 'Blessed be the Lord', in honor and defense of all families who welcome and joyfully embrace a (first) child into their hearts !
Break your Bread
This cantata is a testimony to the poor, the rejected and the oppressed. It aims to evoke respectfully their lament, their despair and pain - their call for help amidst the world's triumphant laugh and scorn.
Honoring the lost lives, the memory and the legacy of the victims of slave trade routes and their descendants,
- a sad march in remembrance of all enslaved humans from past and present times...
New symphonic poems, centered around the marvelous and sublime places and ecosystems around our world....
Christmas poem for tenor & soprano voices, children choir and orchestra on the Latin 'Libera Me' and on a French poem text written by a prison inmate: 'Pascal' from Clairvaux Prison, France...
Langley's Via Crucis
Since centuries, the tragic unfolding of the Crucifixion and Death of Jesus-Christ has inspired and called upon the talent and the dedication of artists of all disciplines - most of all from great Painters...
Various personal poetic musings on love, life , hope, despair and faith - recited with a newly composed and dedicated orchestral backdrop
March of the Forgotten
A modest contribution through Art to honor the memory of the innumerable victims of a vicious ideology of hatred, jealousy, lies and criminally violent politics
Ein Feste Burg
A meditation on Psalm 46 by Martin Luther, also known as the 'Battlehymn of the Reformation'. Treated here as a fugal variation on the revered chorale melody by M. Luther...
How long still?
This new oratorio is a musical contribution to worldwide efforts to preserve the splendor of God's work, and to support the rise of a new consciousness about our responsibility towards nature.
Texts by the Belgo-Moroccan poet Mokhtar Es-Saïdi, recited and set on music by Dimitri Arnauts on a dedicated symphonic backdrop...
To support the relief effort after the catastrophic Beirut explosion, I've teamed up with l’Œuvre d’Orient to present you a new song and art video - whilst inviting you to donate to the urgent humanitarian needs...
En la luz
The highly talented, up and coming soprano, Shelzie RAMOS sings a poem by Juan Antonio Corretjer, the great writer and poet from the Island of Puerto Rico.
Requiem Sancti Michaelis
The recorded première of this Requiem took place during Miguel Arnauts' funeral ceremony at Saint Catherine church in Duisburg, Belgium, on 17 February 2018.