The music of this quintet is clearly thematic and brings together highly chromatic fragments with a profound lyricism.
Gerhard's Suite comprises two movements in the form of dance, El Conde Sol with a solemn character and predominance of a binary rhythm, and Sevillana, more agitated and in a ternary rhythm.
The three movements of the work refers to the styles of music that are as much about the music literature of Argentina, and as musical past of the author, tied to the tango and folklore.
The “fantasy” concept includes that of a movement-less piece, with a very free format that is playful in its use of contrasts, combining this initial theme with more dynamic fragments. In spite of this thematic reappearance, the work does not correspond to the rondo form, but the formal freedom is the one that commands.