"Two Movements for String Quartet" (Score and Parts) [PDF]
Two Movements for String Quartet are two sides of the same coin. The entire piece is based around single chord which has been reinterpreted in all sorts of ways to make up the harmonic and melodic content of the piece.
Both movements are based on the same idea but are stylistically opposites of one another. Movement I is fast and aggressive, which lots of short, stabbing gestures that all fit into a precise rhythmic grid. Movement II on the other hand is free and lyrical, and filled with glissandos and legato textures. These movements sound quite different from one another, yet they evoke each other because they are based off of the same simple idea.