Luna y Sierra is a composition by Wil Offermans for flute solo with accompaniment by one or more Instruments. The other instrument(s) can be a flute or anything that can produce a sustained D (Re). The piece is inspired by Andalusian nature and life in the south of Spain.
"On August 5th, 2009, I enjoyed a spectacular full moon. From the Andalusian village of Huetor Santillan near Granada (Spain), I had a full view over the Sierra Nevada mountains. With the sun just down, still painting the mountains with an orange-red hypnotism, the full moon appeared from behind the mountains and I could enjoy a moment of bare beauty. I wrote Luna y Sierra to celebrate that moment, where the Sierra Nevada became the stage for a dazzling performance by the full moon." - Wil Offermans
title: Luna y Sierra
subtitle: for flute solo with accompaniment by one or more Instruments
composer: Wil Offermans
publisher: Zimmermann, Germany
instruments: flute solo with accompaniment by one or more Instruments
duration: 10 minutes
language: introduction in German and English
score: 4 score pages
notes: - Luna y Sierra has been recorded by Wil Offermans at the CD Luna y Sierra (CDE-131 / E-records). - commissioned by Freunde der Querflöte E.V. Germany as their 'Jahersgabe 2009'
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