Finnish composer, Magnus Lindberg, uses text as a descriptor for the sounds in the music of The Clarinet Trio. Where Ravel came to a text and then set it for a soprano, Lindberg wrote the music first, and then created evocative text to give the audience a window into the world. The first movement, "Sound Big, Sound," fills the room with resonance and growth. The second movement, "Like the Tranquility we seek," provides some breathing room, and lets the clarinet and the cello float through the more intimate texture. The third and final movement, is a return to the ideas of the first movement, the style of the first movement, and the harmony of the first movement. Therefore, the title returns to the format of the first as well "Crash Wave, Crash", and ending in a place of deep and profound resonance.