for chamber orchestra
Bunt (from German: colorful, from Polish: rebellion) – sounds disturbed by contrasting textures coming from the inner culminations of the piece before they are reached. The pre-composed two-layer sound tissue assumes the focus of the artistic concept around timbre, which is the starting point for the creation of color. The first layer consists of three consecutive sound backgrounds maintained in a uniform, individual character. The second layer consists of small, independent distortions, which through contrast (bunt=rebellion!) come to the foreground, thus changing the local sound of the composition. The accumulated energy of musical events tends, after the last internal culmination of the third background, to discharge, in which the very material of small interferers gradually fades away in the chaos of Bunt.