What about JPP: he is primarily a creator. Making music is first of all an invention. Among other influences he cites Olivier Messiaen, Bach, Debussy, or Frank Zappa, but also progressive rock, or magma and pink-floyd. Above all, his music is multifaceted and unconstrained. There are passages of classical music, modern jazz, rock, or new-age atmosphere with medieval overtones. The pipe organ rubs the electric guitar, the string orchestra and the synthesizer. The pieces sound like mysterious atmospheres, definitely avant-garde, or strictly classical. The ear travels constantly between consonance and dissonance. In short, today's music without compromise.
multifaceted Music ...
independent of words. No words, the sounds say it all. The music defines itself by itself.
Independent of technologies. Although there are electronics, pieces can be designed and played without electricity.
Independent of styles. Multiform, it use the pipe organ, the computer, the piano ballads, the strings, the orchestra, progressive rock, dissonance, the synthesizers, musique concrète, the melody that sings itself naturally, the atonality. The taste of sudden breaks and the choice to reject any constrained form of writing.
Structured music, but alive by improvising.
Simple, but uncompromising, sincere and thoughtful, with enough mathematics inside (should not necessarily be a virtuoso to play music or musicologist to understand it).
Invented beyond all One-way signs.
New music, a kind of today's classic, but composed in the spirit of rock and jazz.