Fourth Scroll (2012) is Bosacki`s another musical composition using one of the so—called „netherlandish tricks” employed by the composers of the Netherlandish School (15th—16th century) based on a pronciple that a piece of paper with a note text can be read the way it was written, i.e. from left to right, but one can also flip the sheet of paper and read the text against the light like in the mirror image. More ↓↑
The original and the reverse order of the piece are played simultanously creating a dense polyphonic structure. The composition written during his four week long project called The Musical Diagrams held at WRO Atelier was premiered in exceptional architectural and acoustic conditions at the spacious circular corridor of Contemporary Museum Wrocław. Thus, various harmonious effects were hearable from various points of the circular corridor, while the listeners were in control of the harmony they heard by wandering and moving around the space.
violins: Magdalena Pikor, Magdalena Seretna, Aleksandra Buczek, Tomasz Mirowski
violas: Kasia Płachta, Kamila Romaniuk, Magdalena Mitoraj, Anna Tarnowska
cellos: Kinga Sokołowska, Magdalena Rapcia, Monika Gernot, Katarzyna Wrona
Place and date of rcording: Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław, 13.04. 2012