Draško Adžić (1979, Serbia) graduated from the Department for Orchestration and Composition at the Faculty of Music Art, in the class of Isidora Žebeljan. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the same institution, where he also works as a teaching assistant. His works have been performed in Serbia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Austria, the Czech Republic, Armenia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. He has participated at major European festivals of music, such as Gaudeamus Music Week, ISA PragWienBudapest, Music Biennale Zagreb, and BEMUS. He often composes music for theatre, television, and film. His works in applied music have been presented at the following festivals: the Berlinale, Maifestspiele Wiesbaden, Fest, BITEF, Sterijino pozorje, MESS, and Cinema City. His incidental music for Radnici umiru pevajući, a theatre play directed by Anđelka Nikolić, won a Sterija Award. He has performed as a pianist, singer, and conductor, interpreting his own as well as works by other composers. Occasionally, he also organises concerts of contemporary music.

Olden Bellows, two tunes and a heterophony for clarinet and accordion is a dance-like cycle in three movements. The act of dancing itself is viewed here as a series of frozen film stills, where time may be compressed or extended, as required. The movements are the following: I Smonica (Vertisol), II Černozem (Chernozem), and III Podzol.