Howard Moscovitz and I have embarked on an improvisational journey, the first step of which was a five-hour session. during that time we began exploring the potential for intuitive music. the Divertimento was our fourth experiment that day, and one that was very different from the others. In it there are intermittent passages where the theremin employs what I call an inflective voice, one that is more linguistic than musical — this quality then informed the piano, promtping Howard to play in “clusters” of flowing notes that yeilded some intriguing tonal variants. There was also a very intricate ebb and flow between piano and theremin, as they lead one another through the piece.