To explain the piece's title Mirrors, has to do with the compositional technique used to create the harmonies and melodic lines within the piece. If you imagine a mirror being placed on a piano on the note d, right next to middle c, you would create a mirror of the keyboard in which both sides are indistinguishable. I used this to create the shape of the melodic lines. To explain further, if I choose to play the note C left of the mirrored D, then I must too play the note E because that would be the pitch reflected in the mirror. So theoretically if I were to place a mirror on that middle D while I played the piano part you would be not able to distinguish between the two hands because they would always be doing the exact same thing. I extended these set of rules to the cello and violin part which are too mirrors of each other if their notes were transferred to keyboard. But in this piece the keyboard and strings are playing independent parts. Where the strings stay in 3/4 the entire piece the keyboard drifts between 3/4, 6/8, 5/8,7/8 and other mixed meter compounds.