This is the second of three planned piano solo works in memory of Bill Albright. The first piece, written ten years ago and simply entitled Homage a W.A., is based on a complex chord generated from his surname. In this newly-composed movement, I returned to that same collection and combined it (at the intervallic "DNA" level) with the first five pitches from his Five Chromatic Dances. Formally presented in three episodes framed by an introduction and coda, the work taps not only my own experience with Prokofiev's Toccata op. 4, but also suggests faux-stride as well as one of Bill's greatest strengths as a composer, his lyricism.