This is a take on the 18th century rondeau form and style. Keep strict rhythms. Inegale eighth notes are all written out, as some eighth note figures are inegale, and some not, but not adhering strictly to the 18th century French inegale rules. It is important that regular rhythms are not altered to attempt matching the inegale rhythms in another part (i.e. in a dotted quarter-eighth note figure, play the eighth note exactly on the "and" of the second beat of the figure. Do not delay and shorten it to match an inegale figure occurring simultaneously in another part). The fermata and cut before the last rondeau section is optional. If the piece needs to be abridged, the first ending and repeat of the initial rondeau section may be omitted. Note tempo changes at the last couplet and final rondeau.