This man makes a lot of noise. And he'll make it on PM tonight.
Nigel Wrench writes: "Dror Feiler is an Israeli-born, Swedish-based composer who believes noise can be music, and you'll hear some of what he produces on PM this evening.
Earplugs may be needed. The Bavarian Symphony Orchestra refused to play one of Mr Feiler's pieces in the spring. Orchestra members said they feared permanent damage to their hearing.
I met him in Huddersfield yesterday, inside the brand new creative arts building at the University of Huddersfield. Mr Feiler is performing at the annual contemporary music festival this evening.
It's an impressive building, designed by the Leeds architects Darnton Elgee. More here.
It is, not to put too fine a point on it, a cacophony.
I'll try to include some Beethoven and perhaps some Verdi in the radio item to sooth your nerves. The piece, as you'll have gathered, is still very much in the editing stages.
"If you dare to listen in a new way," says Mr Feiler, "then maybe tomorrow when you are in the street and you see things you don't like, then you say 'Is it really necessary that things are like this?'.""