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Voices of Nagasaki

  • Voices of Nagasaki
  • Voices of Nagasaki
  • Voices of Nagasaki
  • Voices of Nagasaki
  • Voices of Nagasaki
Voices of Nagasaki is a composition by Wil Offermans for flute ensemble with an echo of the Nagasaki-history by using 'voices'. The piece was created to celebrate the 400 years relation between The Netherlands and Japan, and has been premiered on February 18th, 2001 in Nagasaki.

The ‘random voices’ (indicated in the score by the dotted lines) are performed by a larger group of people, preferably by the audience. It is advised to have a dedicated conductor, who instructs the audience before and during the performance. This conductor should indicate the start and ending of the various voice styles:


  • title: Voices of Nagasaki
  • subtitle: for flute ensemble
  • composer: Wil Offermans
  • publisher: Zimmermann, Germany
  • number: ZM34770
  • year: 2003
  • instruments: solo flute; 1. flute; alto flute; bass flute; contrabass flute; cello (ad lib.); Glockenspiel/Conga (ad lib.); random voices
  • duration: 7 minutes
  • language: introduction and explanation in German, French and English
  • score: 8 pages plus 8 part scores
  • notes: Voices of Nagasaki has been recorded by Wil Offermans at the CD Dejima Suite (CDE-001 / E-records).




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