Patrik Ringborg raked into the score with small, dashing movements, with verve and inner tension, making it through and through transparent. He applies the scalpel of time with audacious dynamics, drive and joy of playing. If music can be political and artistic at once, then in this way! Weill's composition sounded neither anachronistic nor dusty, but behind the hammering marching rhythms and the brass, radiant full of hope in glowing red (bravo!), it mirrored the fine art, so often missing in the labour movement.