for celtic harp and violin
Sésélagi せせらぎ is a japanese word that means the sound water makes when it trickles down in streams.
When composing this piece, I imagined the different sounds that would go with this trickling water, this gentle spring breeze and soft light.
This therefore is a wordless Haiku.
This piece was ordered by a harp professor, Julie Sicre, for her students.
The creation: 06.26.2023 at the romanesque church of St-Sulpice (Vaud) in Switzerland.