1. Parade: a short entry introduces a generic theme. The subsequent second part, more technical and rhythmic, concludes with a suddenly interrupted accelerando, followed by a brief recall of the generic theme, which functions as a coda.
2. Berceuse: a soft song that challenges the expressive abilities of the performers.
3. Marche: a lively and spirited finale in a swinging 6/8 meter.
Each of the above movements can be performed separately. This piece is for good beginners. For many, it can represent a first piece with a duration that challenges their talents and abilities. -the publisher