Moon, Rain, Stars for Flute, Viola and Harp is a set of three short short pieces for an instrumental combination used by Debussy in his ‘Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp’, L. 137

The first; ‘An Iridescent Bird seeks shelter from the Moon’s Rays’ is based on the concept of an iridescently coloured bird seeking to find shelter from the dulling effect of the Moon’s rays. While somewhat programmatic it is left to the listener to determine which role might be played by each instrument.

The second; ‘Rain, in between, weaving, a Moth’ yet again a vivid title that can be seen in the mind’s-eye but no conclusion is reached.

The Third; ‘The Stars pulse, Fireflys dance’, returning to an nocturnal theme, the Holographic Universe, a Firefly flaps its wings and…