The piece was written in 2017 at the request of the Hungarian pianist Domonkos Csabay. The first movement (Toccata) has two parts consisting a slow and a faster section. The second movement (Aria) is the harmonization and elaboration of a one-part, then a two-part melody. The chaconne-like third movement (Hommage a K.P.) makes reference to the baroque genre as well as the cycle harmonic cycles of main stream pop songs. The last movement (Epilogue) is the longest one of the cycle balancing the materials and emotions of the previous movements. The composition's post-functional harmonic language has its roots in traditional functional tonality while rethinking and re-contextualizing the connection with it.