i. The Synesthete - opens with 10 distinct motives, representing what a non-synesthete (me) imagines a synesthete might 'hear' when thinking about numerals. I should also note that, throughout, there is the unifying relationship between Ab and G - in ALL the motives, quite obviously in the first 'allegro', and, consequently, in all subsequent developments of each motive.
ii. The Epiphany - a somewhat spacier movement, representing that feeling of having (and subsequently losing) that epiphanic moment. In this movement, there is a 'chord', which gets shifted around and transposed throughout.
iii. The Enjoyment of Life - a movement which completely disregards MOST of the material before it and provides a contrast, merely for enjoyment.
iv. The Experience of Qualia - a short 'recapitulation' of several themes from the first two movements.
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