A charming trio for two oboes and a bassoon by the composer better known for his famous Tambourin. In three movements, ending with a minuet and trio. All three parts share the melodic interest with some delightful interplay between them. The second movement is the longest at 99 bars, the others are somewhat shorter. The oboe parts never go higher than top D, but do both include low B flats; the bassoon part reaches top F.