The two interwine, never quite blending, but dancing around each other, and the two horn notes pulse in a slow vibrato. Now a third tendril - orange with flushes of red and yellow - joins the dance with a harmony, and the strands begin to braid themselves around each other. They break from one another with a sudden, cut-off rise in pitch kept in harmony, and all tendrils disappear.
After a pause, the first rises again, but this time more like a ribbon, leaving a wide swath as it wends its way into the air. The horn seems to weave with it, falling somewhat flat and then sharp in time with its turns. The purple and orange strands join in on either side this time, but they all bend the same direction at the same time, their harmonized notes mimicking the movement. It has a strange, haunting feel to it.
Their wavering harmonic tones steady, and the ribbons stop weaving for a moment, though they seem to ripple. Two more ribbons and notes suddenly join the show in a spray of five blurred ribbons of color, arraying the full spectrum of colors and intoning a pentatonic scale.