I really wish I could take credit for this music, but alas, I cannot.
It accompanies the following poem (in French, here translated for your enjoyment):
Mallarmé: Soupir ("Sigh")
My soul rises towards your brow o calm sister, where there lies dreaming
An autumn strewn with russet freckles,
And towards the restless sky of your angelic eye,
As in a melancholy garden,
A white fountain faithfully sighs towards the Azure!
Towards the compassionate azure of pale and pure October,
Which mirrors its infinite languor in the great pools
And, on the stagnant water where the tawny agony
Of the leaves stirs in the wind and digs a cold furrow,
Lets the yellow sun drag itself out in a long ray.
This magical musical moment begins with a string quartet playing in harmonics, the voice comes in (here played by the Garritan Cor Anglais) with bell-like piano chords, and a lone flute joins the voice in a rising phrase... two clarinets then join in held notes.
The full ensemble is string quartet, two flutes, two clarinets in A, piano, and voice.
It is by Maurice Ravel.