Jeux à deux for two guitars is composed of a series of six parts. An Evening in Jackson City, in the blues style revolves around a swung rhythm. Wildlife is a flexible melody following the text of the poem by Arthur Rimbaud «Head of Wildlife». The old wooden horse is a tender waltz with a melancholic melody.
Permanently happy, two games brings together the two instruments in a whirlwind of passionate agreements. Following contrasting tempos and melodies, contrasts are reminiscent of the Spanish guitar.
Oskan (storm in Swedish) begins with a melancholy melody, followed by a tormented and angry episode before concluding with a brief rapid movement of repeated and breathless notes.