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In the initial part of any sound there occur a number of complex fluctuations in the harmonic spectrum, for instance, the moment a violinist puts the bow to the string or a trumpeter tongues a note. These are called onset transients, and as much non-periodic noise as pitched sounds.
This idea was the starting point for the work where notes often begin with a cluster in the piano part. The idea was not so much to represent or mimic this physical phenomenon, but rather to use it as an idea in itself.
Commissioned By the Ensemble Selisih (Germany)