The Styles in this book differ from those used in the first book.
“Flutethology”, for instance, is written in the bebop tradition.
“Rhythm for Three” employs the so-called “Rhythm”-schema.
Together, the last five pieces form the “Suite Brasileira”.
These Brazilian dances can be played either seperately or as a suite.
There is a scope for improvisation too.
The pieces are slightly more difficult than those in the first book.
The range is extended (up tot a3) and the more complex rhythms feature semiquaver figures.