This portrait is comprised of a Prelude and Scherzo. A slow, plaintive opening, similar to the portrait for clarinet, opens for a rapid, virtuosic scherzo with lots of my favorite chord (major 7th). This was composed in Ottawa, in Sandy Hill, at a small apartment piano. It is dedicated to Jeanine, a flautist in Ottawa and good friend. It is 5 minutes or so in length, and the PDF is 7 pages. The preview features the beginning of the Prelude and also the Scherzo. This can be heard on the album "Scenes, Portraits, and Inventions".