This Madrigal Sonata is part of a bundle with 24 Madrigal Sonatas (divided in four Books). The composer about these pieces:
"My inspiration for composing these twenty-four Madrigal Sonatas comes as a direct result of the music of the Renaissance and early Baroque. It is an attempt by this composer to capture in his own musical vocabulary some of the “essence” that pervades the music of these past centuries. These Sonatas were composed to be playable on any keyboard, whether that be Organ, Piano, Harmonium/Reed Organ, Harpsichord, Clavichord, or even an Electronic Keyboard. With the exception of approximate tempo indications, I have left the choices of articulation, dynamics, and phrasing completely to the performer’s discretion. There is no “absolute” right or wrong way to interpret these works. My great appreciation and sincere thanks to Carson Cooman for his discovery and assistance in bringing these sonatas to light."