Cinq Bagatelles pour Quatre Flutes by Jacques Castérède:
The Cinq Bagatelles for four flutes, composed in 1980, take up where Castérède left off nearly 20 years earlier with his Flûtes en vacances. The composer requires a whole assortment of instruments, varying from movement to movement and included everything from piccolo to contrabass. Stylistically, these Bagatelles range from the strangely archaic sounds of the opening movement to the frilly neo-Classicism of the closing Scherzo.
In five movements: Incantation, L'hésitante, Musique de nuit, Intermezzo, Scherzo