Recycled Effervescence was written in the summer of 2018. It is scored for Pierrot ensemble plus percussion. The work’s title refers to two elements that are at play throughout the duration of the work - Those being the recycling of material both physical and theoretical, and the ever-shifting effervescent textures. The piece employs the use of 7 recycled/re-purposed glass bottles which are used in various ways to generate sound. Kaleidoscopic harmonies and timbres, which evoke the distorted view of peering through said bottles, cycle in an ever changing flux of reused and developed material. The recording available here is from the premiere performance given by Ensemble Mise-En.