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The Cadenzas in Transition takes its form from the use of solo passages at key moments of the piece which serve as links between different sections of the piece. The term Cadenza, signifying a dramatic, rhetorical display of a solo instrument, is interpreted freely. The piano cadenza is interrupted by the clarinette; the flute is present in the clarinette cadenza and the clarinette intrudes on the flute cadenza. The controlled improvisation section before the last section is the culmination of this process, whereby the instruments can 'break loose' into free soloistic passages within the ensemble.

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