for orchestra
"Aphel" denotes the point furthest from the sun that a planet can take during one orbit around its sun. The title refers to a partial aspect of the work, to the microtonality inherent in the piece, the structurally shaped perception of distance or proximity (approximations), which form an essential factor in the sound aesthetic expression of the work.
A fragmentation process that is more or less linear throughout the whole piece determines the macroscopic density distribution, which is broken through in many ways.
The result is a morbid atmosphere, transported into an imaginary space that finds its expression in a multi-layered tonality, permeated by processes of dissolution, which in turn, as a quasi-recursive level, places conditions on the structures of what follows.