• The chords sequence has the same pattern, but there are some different details. I don't know if they are really meant to be like this, or is it just some improvising from the pianist? I think you can feel free to use them as you want.

The lower G for example is followed by a G, or by a B and D:

The E is followed by a B and E, or just by a B:

• About the rhythm: is the piece a 2/4 measure with triplets in the right hand?:

Yes, but I prefer to not use triplets. On this page I explain why: Three against two, an exercise.

And perhaps I even should use the combination of two time signatures, as in H in New England, Max Richter, and Quatre Mains, Wim Mertens:

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