There are no bell changes or bell techniques. Although the title seems most fitting for spring or summer, it might add a bright spot to a dreary winter season. It is suitable for bells or chimes but bells provide a brighter sound. The A theme of this rondo, scored in the upper treble clef, uses 8th notes; the B theme in quarter notes moves to the lower range of the treble clef. The C theme, also in quarter notes, adds a counter melody in the bass clef. After a final repeat of the A melody, a short coda repeats the initial melody an octave lower under a chordal accompaniment. 49 measures. Key of G Major.