Flute/piccolo, oboe, bass clarinet/clarinet, bassoon, percussion, harp, piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass
Composed by Carles M. Eroles. Conductor Score. Duration 11'. Published by Periferia Music (PF.M69216-291-9).
Item Number: PF.M69216-291-9
Zet is a term that comes from Ancient Egypt which means of the eternal or the eternity. This concept is suggested in some way at the work by a reason that, introduced by the harp and immediately afterwards taken by the piano, appears during all the piece in a vital constant (eternal?) way or essential artery, so most of the reasons are born from his transformation, melodic or rhythmic or both at the same time.