(SOPRANO SAXOPHONE & PIANO)
The title of the piece is the piece itself. Through numerous ramifications that seem to spread ad infitinum their generation and downfall, the piece keeps “conquering territory” in density, register and memory terms.
Its collapse is, therefore, a consequence of the pass of time and the impossibility of expanding the action outside the physicality of the instruments. Somehow, the process triumphs, the idea gets successful when it survives every limitation in order to end only within its own resonance. After that, the silence remains to accompany the pianist’s hands, which still keep drawing the last branches outside the keyboard.