Amis D'Antan composed by Paul M. Douglas (1954)
For Flute, Flute or Oboe or Violin, Piano with optional Cello
Includes score and parts
This work began as the middle movement of an abortive attempt at composing a concerto for flute and orchestra. In 1987 it was resurrected for the Vancouver Baroque Ensemble and re-written in its present form as a trio for two flutes and piano with alternate options for other instruments.