As “Flowers” blossoms through the speakers, the auditory landscape transforms into a garden of sound. The electronic petals unfurl with delicate precision, weaving a tapestry of beauty and fragility. The composition serves as a metaphor for the transient nature of life—each note a petal, ephemeral yet contributing to the overall bouquet of existence. Through the transient beauty of the music, there is a poignant reminder of the fleeting nature of moments, much like flowers that bloom only to wither away.
“In the garden of life, we are but fleeting flowers, each note a petal in the melody of existence.” (Rabindranath Tagore)