From the recording The Art of Imagining

It’s been said that only when one’s eyes are closed can one truly ‘see’. This piece is set in D-Minor, a key which exudes melancholy and at the same time a certain quality of veiled joy. How deep, how high, how far are you able to go? As with most of the pieces on The Art of Imagining, it explores the qualities of the ubiquitous, ancient musical interval known as the Perfect Fifth.