Composed by David Mitcham, this work is in four movements:
Tango Mango – Put as much life and lift as you can into the Tango rhythm. Emphasize the differences between the tenuto and staccato notes. Play the tune with passion.
Let There Be Flutes – Take care with ensemble and intonation in the unison passages-agree on the pitch! Don't let the tempo drag in the syncopated hemiola passages.
Poco-Logo-Motion – The accompaniment should be metronomic and played quite short like the ticking of the clock. The melody should soar over this regular pulse.
In the Bleak Midwinter – The rhythmical accompaniment at the beginning should be played very lightly, like snow falling. The links into and out of the 'Storm' section will need some work so that you agree on how much accelerando and ritenuto you are doing. The chromatic runs in the 'Storm' section should sound like the howling of the wind-accentuate the crescendi and diminuendi. The repeated F's in the 5th flute part at the end of this section are the last few flakes of snow petering out. The mood after the storm should be one of calm.