Prelude and Toccata (1982) can be considered as my Opus 1.
These two very short pieces for piano are the only ones in his catalog to appeal to the twelve-tone serial technique, although in a very weak manner, other influences being quite perceptible in the Toccata. My language having changed dramatically in another direction from the following works, it could have rejected this work of youth made in composition class at the conservatory. I nevertheless wanted it to be published, considering that it represents a stage in my research for a personal style.
Prelude and Toccata belongs to the New Consonant Music label of my publisher.