Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) wrote his Symphony No. 5 in 1901-1902. This symphony is an often performed piece of the orchestral repertoire. It calls for four flutes; all of them doubling on piccolo (the 1st and 2nd flutes play piccolo for only 2 measures at the end of the Scherzo).

At the end of the 5th movement, Rondo - Finale, 8 measures before number 35, all four flutes play two high trills in rapid succession.

B3C#4 trill

AB3 trill


NOTE: I use a different B3C#4 trill than the one I use for the Dvorak Cello Concerto (see this post) to facilitate the AB3 trill that follows it.