02． Interlude 1 - Ii. Interlude 2
03． Iii. Interlude 3
Like so many French composers of the latter third of the twentieth century, Gerard Grisey began more or less as an academic-style twelve-tone composer but found, as he moved through his twenties, that only a complete change of musical scenery -- a break from the ways of serialism and the embrace of what was to him a more instinctive approach -- would enable him to achieve his goals as a musician.