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    Cherubini - String Quartet no. 5 in F major (3)
    Haydn, F. - String Quartet in F minor, op. 20/5 (3)

    One slot remains to be filled.
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    Beethoven - String Quartet no. 12, op. 127 (3)
    Allüberall und ewig blauen licht die Fernen! Ewig ... ewig ...

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    These are the 64 string quartets that qualify for the game:

    Barber - String Quartet no. 1, op. 11
    Bartók - String Quartet no. 4, Sz. 91
    Bartók - String Quartet no. 5, Sz. 102
    Bartók - String Quartet no. 6, Sz. 114
    Beethoven - String Quartet no. 12, op. 127
    Beethoven - Grosse Fuge, op. 133
    Beethoven - String Quartet no. 14, op. 131
    Bloch - String Quartet no. 1
    Borodin - String Quartet no. 2 in D major
    Brahms - String Quartet no. 3 in B flat, op. 67
    Cage - String Quartet in Four Parts
    Carter - String Quartet no. 3
    Chausson - String Quartet in C minor, op. 35
    Cherubini - String Quartet no. 5 in F major
    Crumb - Black Angels (Images I)
    Debussy - String Quartet in G minor, op. 10
    Dutilleux - Ainsi la nuit
    Dvořák - String Quartet no. 12 "American"
    Dvořák - String Quartet no. 14 in A-flat major, op. 105
    Fauré - String Quartet in E minor, op. 121
    Gorecki - Quasi una fantasia, String Quartet no. 2, op. 64
    Grieg - String Quartet no. 1 in G minor, op. 27
    Gubaidulina - String quartet no. 4
    Haydn, F. - String Quartet in F minor, op. 20/5
    Haydn, F. - String Quartet in D minor "Fifths", op. 76/2
    Haydn, F. - String Quartet in B flat major "Sunrise," op. 76/4
    Hindemith - String Quartet no. 2 in F minor, op. 10
    Howells - String Quartet no. 3 (In Gloucestershire)
    Janáček - String Quartet no. 1, JW VII/8 "Kreutzer Sonata"
    Janáček - String Quartet no. 2, JW 7/13 "Intimate Letters"
    Ligeti - String Quartet no. 2
    Lutosławski - String Quartet
    Magnard - String Quartet in E minor, op. 16
    Mendelssohn - String Quartet no. 6 in F minor, op. 80
    Mozart - String Quartet no.19 in C major, K.465 “Dissonance”
    Mozart - String Quartet no. 23 in F major, K. 590
    Myaskovsky - String Quartet no. 13 in A minor, op. 86
    Nielsen - String Quartet no. 2 in F minor, op. 5
    Nørgård - String Quartet no. 8 "Night Descending like Smoke"
    Prokofiev - String Quartet no. 2 "Kabardinian"
    Ravel - String Quartet in F major
    Reger - String Quartet no. 4 in E-flat major, op. 109
    Respighi - String Quartet in D minor, P. 91
    Saariaho - Nymphéa (Jardin secret III)
    Sallinen - String Quartet no. 3 "Some Aspects of Peltoniemi Hintrik's Funeral March", op. 19
    Saygun - String Quartet no. 3
    Schnittke - String Quartet no. 2
    Schnittke - String Quartet no. 3
    Schubert - String Quartet no. 13, D. 804 "Rosamunde"
    Schubert - String Quartet no. 14, D. 810 "Death and the Maiden"
    Schubert - String Quartet no. 15, D. 887
    Schumann - String Quartet in A minor, op. 41/1
    Shostakovich - String Quartet no. 3
    Shostakovich - String Quartet no. 8
    Shostakovich - String Quartet no. 15
    Sibelius - String Quartet in B flat major op. 4
    Suk - String Quartet no. 2, op. 31
    Taneyev - String Quartet no. 1 in B flat minor, op. 4
    Tchaikovsky - String Quartet no. 1, op. 11
    Thompson - String Quartet no. 2
    Vaughan Williams - String Quartet no. 2 in A minor
    Villa-Lobos - String Quartet no. 5
    Villa-Lobos - String Quartet no. 17
    Zemlinsky - String Quartet no. 2

    If there are any particular matches you would like to see, please post them on this thread. The game will begin in about 24 hours.
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    I have already developed my list of 32 one-on-one matches. Of course, adjustments can be made based on your submittal of one or more preferred matches. There are about 12 hours remaining before I start the game.

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    Were the 32 one-on-one matches randomly decided?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Portamento View Post
    Were the 32 one-on-one matches randomly decided?
    No. If they were, I wouldn't be taking any requests for preferred matches.

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    @Bulldog

    I guess you don't like what I suggested in post #116.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mifek View Post
    @Bulldog

    I guess you don't like what I suggested in post #116.
    It had plenty of merit, but I don't want that degree of formality. As the game manager, what I like best about this type of game is developing the matches, then adjusting for some participant preferences (if any). I'm hoping for interesting matches, and I think I have sufficient knowledge to come up with a pretty good line-up.

    Some type of "random" process did not appeal to me. A match between a Haydn and Schnittke quartet would be nuts, although it is possible that such a match could loom in future rounds. I also have tried to stay away from traditional matches such as Debussy vs. Ravel; however, that match could also have a future.
    Last edited by Bulldog; Aug-25-2019 at 22:05.

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