Kreuzung for two tenor saxophones is a polytemporal composition that explores the interjection of two constantly shifting time streams. Both performers gradually speed up and slow down at different rates. The resulting effect is a highly complex rhythmic texture that moves in and out of focus. The creation of this work was made possible by John Briggs, Samuel Brust, Jeff Kinsey, André J. North, Nicholas Phillips, Angel Santiago, and the New World Conservatory.