There are two versions of this piece. It was originally composed for wind ensemble, and arranged for Pierrot ensemble. The piece presents a series of five musical landscapes. Each one is conceived as a distinct, largely non-developmental soundworld for the listener to observe and inhabit for a short time. Like the natural world, the piece consists in part of gradual processes combining to create larger features that nonetheless display a sense of organicism. You can view the wind ensemble score, and listen to a recording by the Acadia University Wind Ensemble below.