The first and third movements are rather straight forward in terms of the specific motives they present along with the intense dialogue between both players that is frequently found among them. The second movement, at least at the beginning, is much more improvisatory in nature, and certain unusual harmonic effects are created as the movement proceeds.

All the movements display a kind of rhythmic drive and intensity that can be observed and perceived by an audience with a little bit of curiosity thrown in as well.