My ambition with Inertia was to make it lively and rhythmic. It has a counterpoint characteristic and reminds me of the scherzo form. There is a fugue in the end of the piece and like the scherzo it ends with something more.
It is not really meant to be classical but more like post-modern, like most of my music.
Inertia is an interesting expression, not reserved for the Physics science but means something that lags, something that do not keep up with changes. It felt like a proper title.