Scroll (2010, any instruments) is a continuation of a series of "Structural scores" that started with Book (2006). It is a single 8.5x88 inch composition of black ink on white paper and is presented without instructions. The notation is fantastically unsystematic and confounds even the composer at times. At any point you may fall off the edge of the world. But that's okay because free fall is how we understand salience. The reader/performer is invited to fall as they may through their own quiddity - real or imagined - rectifying an interrelationship with the text. The sound of Scroll may vary from performance to performance but is always musicogenetically unified.