“Amid its myriad flows and fusions, the history of the global occult reveals ‘hidden’ countercurrents of cultural connectivity between the far spaces of a world mysteriously conjoined.”*

Movement one begins with a choral-like texture, leading the ear toward developing rhythmic intricacies as the movement grows into the next. Movement two adventures further into complex harmonies and melodic shape in preparation for the climactic third movement, that fearlessly fights between familiar passages in previous movements and dramatic expansion of intensity. Movement four acts as the consequential lull of a great storm that slows and calms, yet never truly resolves peacefully.

*Green, Nile. “The Global Occult: An Introduction.” History of Religions, vol. 54, no. 4, 2015, pp. 393.

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