- Program Notes
- Chromoplexy refers to a type of DNA structure found in cancerous cells, and is an example of chromoanagenesis, which is a term that refers to events that generate structural abnormalities in the chromosomes of the cancerous cells. Chromoplexy is a nod to this process, with the beginning musical material being gradually mutated throughout the piece, framed by the reoccurring multiphonics.
- Recording Notes
- Recorded by Zachary Hicks on July 21st, 2020