Scherzino, Op 55, No 6 for flute quartet
Quartets will jump at the chance to perform this arrangement, for the melodic line is passed back and forth between all four parts. Therefore, a standard within contemporary flute solo repertoire lists has renewed charm.
We think Andersen (1847-1909) would be pleased. In addition to being one of the most virtuoso flutists of his time, he composed numerous flute pieces that were featured in Copenhagen’s popular Tivoli Gardens.