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Mosaicing establishes a sound ecosystem full of energetic gestures with accents and harmonic sweeps exploring both the intrinsic qualities but also the contextual potential of the sound material. There are moments where the heavy breathy flute sound evolves, almost instantly, into Gustav Holst’s strings continuum to a lion’s roar; fast gestural flute passages are competing with zip sounds and angry dogs under the pulses of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring or Stockhausen’s meditative vocals of Stimmung. The title Mosaicing refers to the process of recomposing the temporal evolution of the flute part from segments cut out of source audio materials.
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