New Arquitectura Tablature

In the philosophical investigation of the "bewitching" and "seductive" nature of composition, Wittgenstein states: "A picture held us captive. And we could not get outside of it, for it lay in o ur language and language seemed to repeat itself to us inexorably."

Taken literally, this proposition might serve as an apt depiction of the intersection of compositional (musical) modality and morphological analysis, albeit, adding a layer of tablature detail with each page and bringing the texts into vertical alignment create a filmic sense of static impression.

For the interpreters/performers (String Quartet), the musical syntax slices through boundaries - shearing and cleaving along the planes built into the strata of the score's macrostructure.