Seven pieces for orchestra and choir

The composition contains seven movements. No titles have been assigned to each movement: instead, they are designated only by Romen numerals, which appear at the beginning of each movement. The overall plan of the work is simply four rather long movements (I, III, V, VII) connected by three miniatures (II, IV, and VI). The result is one of a feeling of symmetry which leads to a a dramatic flow in the consecutive presentation of each movement. (See more in text.)