Heart in Texas[December 6, 2019]
Rune Bergmann leads Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in the U.S. premiere on 15.12.2019.
Heart in Konstanz[February 2, 2019]
Ari Rasilainen leads die Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie in four concerts.
Heart Op.27 No.5 | Polish premiere[September 24, 2018]
The symphonic poem will be performed in Szczecin, Poland.
German premiere of «Heart» Op.27 No.5[November 11, 2017]
The marking of a new album release coincided with a premiere in Würzburg.
Major font update[February 7, 2017]
The FJB Fingerprint is currently updating the layout of all sheet music.
«Über der Wiese schwebend» Op.88[December 16, 2016]
New flute choir work from Flint Juventino Beppe published by The FJB Fingerprint.
Free piano reduction of «Flute Mystery» Op.66[August 27, 2016]
Flute students and professionals can use this as a rehearsal tool for performing the original version for Flute, Harp and String Orchestra — or simply use this piano reduction in public performances / recordings.
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Facsimile Flute Mystery Op.66b
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The board of The FJB Fingerprint consists of Randi Karlsen and Flint Juventino Beppe.
The logo for The FJB Fingerprint is made by Håkon Karlsen based on an idea by Flint Juventino Beppe. It is meant to illustrate the composer's initials "FJB" as a fingerprint.
I call the art I make "fingerprints", because they do represent my musical or artistic version of the impressions I have inhaled. I see these fingerprints as my lifesavers because they help me articulate what I experience, and they relieve some of my inner pressure. These musical fingerprints are also based on my underlying wish for universal and personal freedom for every living creature on this earth.
Flint Juventino Beppe
Flint Juventino Beppe