Where the Blue Waves Rock is inspired by Kandinsky’s manuscript of woodcuts and prose by the same name from 1912. The work is a meditation on the meaning and implications of blue, red, black, and white in our society. Through the personification of each color, new perspectives on race, love, and the difficulties of connection in this era of extreme communication are uncovered. The work meditates on the words and their locution through a melodic motif that is interpolated through minimalistic meditation, expansion, and finally resolution.

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