About 7 minutes long. Nylon string guitar from Roland JV-1010; Flute from GPO.
Relaxed and flowing, not so hard, or so I think. The guitar part is provided in standard notation and tab notation.
Some of the flute passages need work on articulation, which I will some day do. The piece incorporates parts of a previous work.
I don't know why I am presently interested in classical guitar, or flute, but that's the way it is. Next nearly finished is back to the piano, followed by a solo guitar, if I can get past the nebulous stage.
The link will take you to Score Exchange, where you can listen to the mp3 (near top), or if you want to view the score, and have the free Scorch plug in, you can read the score while it plays, but the audio quality is greatly diminished.
Glad you posted your "Meditation": I had the opportunity to meditate during more than 7 minutes with a nice flute guiding my thoughts. Unfortunately, I didn't see any direction. The ever flowing continuity of the guitar somewhere in the back seemed pretty redundant to me (and that's my personal opinion, so don't be offended or so). The flute tells a story, the JV)1010 guitar doesn't really participate in the 'dialogue', it's only plucking many notes in the background. Think of the great Syrinx by Debussy: a simple flute singing out utmost beauty. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz5ouH8D6Fw ).
And 7 minutes seem pretty long without real 'catching' musical events.
But, it's certainly a beautiful piece, although I (again personally) would like to see it stripped to the essence.