A gentle lilting movement with a suggested tempo of 132 quarter note beats (crotchet) to the minute which is used in the realisation. This piece needs a needs to be played with a slight speeding up and slowing down of the tempo at appropriate places in the score which is described as tempo rubato and features in much of the best Chopin playing. Understand that the realisation doesn't apply rubato in a totally satisfactory way. The octave section that features in the melody of the piano score has not be transferred to the instrument writing in the arrangements. In Bar 21 the triplet option sounds in the realisation whilst the trill in the penultimate bar begins on the lower note and in the realisation 7 notes are sounded. The original piano work does have some additional ornaments which the appropriate performers may wish to consider adding after studying the solo piano score. The repeats are also played in the realisation and there are supporting guitar chords diagrams to support the notation of the guitar part. The bass could be either acoustic or electric.