Debussy - Clair de Lune | $20.00
This flute and vibraphone arrangement brings a fresh sound to Claude Debussy's Clair de Lune, from Suite Bergamasque. The title, meaning "moonlight", comes from a poem written by the Symbolist poet Paul Verlaine. Published in 1905, the original piano score clearly reflects the composer's influence as a musical impressionist, and the light, colorful and soothing combination of flute and vibraphone highlights Debussy's innovative harmonies and textures.
Instrumentation: flute, vibraphone (3 octaves)
Arranged by Christina Manceor and Amanda Dame.