The first movement should be played at a lively and energetic tempo with a joyful approach. Particular attention should be paid to articulation and phrasing. The second movement requires very quiet and expressive playing. Phrasing and legato playing should dominate throughout, with lots of feeling and tone. The glissandi are marked ad lib. which leaves this entirely up to the player. The only recommendation is to play the last glissando as marked, (Slow chromatic). Like the first movement, the third movement should be lively and energetic. No legato playing and attention once again to articulation and phrasing. In this movement, the phrasing has been left for the player to decide, i.e. twelve bars in one breath or choose where to breathe.