Casual music

For cello and piano; a mobile pattern composition: durations are flexible, tempo is free, parts are not synchronized. The piano-part is noted in conventional notation, the cello-part is noted in a self developed intervall-notation (within the individual sequences intervals are determinate, the reference-tone is always free). The temporal imprecision of repetitions and the impredictability of the contiguous sounding creates an impression of casuality. Sequence and layering of sounds appear like a side-product of manual activity.