Here's a rather cool and varying disc from Naxos (American Classics) of mostly unknown works for Flute and Piano, by mostly "contemporary" composers (exception being, at least as far as age, Ned Rorem). My personal favorites are Kenji Bunch's "Velocity", a skitterish, then funky, then quiter, and once again skitterish work that is (as you can tell from the above) full of refreshing unpredictability.
Then Eve Beglarian's "I will not be sad in this world" which is for Flute and Beglarian's pre-recorded track of her voice/singing-given an "electronic transformation" as she refers to it, and it's quite subtle and ethereal. I heard this work on a long-running late night radio show a few years ago, was transfixed, and thus sought out the disc. And Lastly the "4 Prayers" by Ned Rorem. Rorem is one of the great American composers and this piece is a nice example of his smaller instrumental compositions. Enjoy the program.