Prelude: Early morning on the Seine. The sun shines and the surface of the water is only disturbed by swallows, dragonflies and a small boat. Cows graze in the meadows which lead down to the water. One hears only the joyous cries of Swallows and the song of birds from the wood on the southern bank.
Nocturne: The countryside at Andé lies under the low and heavy clouds of a summer night - only the noise of crickets disturbs the restless stillness. Suddenly , stars shining through a break in the clouds discover the Seine - moving silently and serenely through the night.
Fire Dance: A piece which evokes the exciting ritual dances of South America. The style of this dance was inspired by the sound of the little Paraguayan harp where the effects are usually simple but rhythmic impulse very strong.