In FunnyFarre, dedicated to João Besuga, two horn players are led to stage a dispute for protagonism on the stage, one in Hunting Horn and the other in Modern Horn.
In the opening Fanfare, the solos of Hunting Horn are interrupted by jazz interventions by the modern horn player who disturbs the first one, ending up imitating him. Here, the Modern Horn should play offstage.
In the movement Lacrimoso, the two come together on stage for a variation on La Folia, seeking the divinity of this popular musical genre of Italian Baroque.
In the end, the humor of the Modern Horn ends up accompanying the Alla Caccia, which solemnly and majestically ends this horn duo.