Home observations accompanying the experience of being a parent have provided me with plenty of evidence that children are more open to abstract music than adults with untrained musical tastes. Personification is the key to the world of children’s imagination. The world surrounding children is made up of creatures with whom they can enter into a situational dialogue, irrespective of whether their interlocutor is a plant, an animal, an object, or a natural phenomenon. Various sounds produced when playing can also be part of that world, without being a meaningless background noise, but part of the conversation, play, creation of a world in which “everything is possible.” Warsawind is an attempt to use these observations.
Wojciech Ziemowit Zych