Supplied with both Horn in F and Tenor Horn in E Flat parts, this lively piece in 6/8 is rhythmically challenging for the intermediate horn player. It requires good finger technique and clean tonguing. There are some unexpected entries, lots of accents and sforzandi and, like Serenade by the same composer, much use is made of the second and third valves. The accompanist is equally rewarded with some interesting music to play. This was a London College of Music grade 5 exam piece for Horn in F between 1994 and 2006.