The cycle Crumbs for clarinet was composed in 1998 consisting of short movements of different characters. The fourth movement is inspired by the rhythmic, suggestive text Carnival Mirror-song, by one of the greatest Hungarian 20th century poets, László Nagy, evoking a magic, persued chase.
The movement pair The Shoes of the Baby Earth I and II was written in California thanks to the scholarship of the Djerassi Composer Residency. It can be played together with Prestissimo also as a part of the the composition Inner Landscapes (2011) for clarinet and string orchestra. The title refers to the creative strength and beauties of the nature around us; the clarinet solo recalls the song of birds and the spaciousness of existence. The piece can also be played in space, not only in frontline in the middle of the stage.