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About the work:
The composer writes: 'This piece represents my initial efforts in bridging Eastern and Western musical styles (a reflection of my own bi-cultural background). Throughout the piece, I incorporated numerous instrumental colors and sounds that I collected over the years of writing chamber music. These sounds not only characterize my current musical language but they also embody visceral elements that define the work’s orchestral sound-world (eg. gentle breezes accompanied by wind chimes, distant bells, quiet rustlings, etc). By having this palette, the materials I created embody experiential qualities that would conjure up personal or emotional associations for the listener.'