That Line of Winged Dots (2007) for violin, cello, piano 12’ [performed by Trio Fibonacci]
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That Line of Winged Dots was composed for Trio Fibonacci. The title comes from a poem by Daniel David Moss that on the surface is an observation of geese flying south through turbulent weather. For me, these few words evoked both the character of the piece and the nature of the material and compositional process. The work has 14 sections that flow/fly from one to the next: some smooth and reflective, some with clear gestures and formations, and others unpredictable and volatile.