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    Default String Quartett No.2 in f-minor - I. Allegro moderato - in classical style

    Here I'd like to share with you my second string quartett's first movement. I think it's very melodious with some interesting counterpoint passages in the development section. It ends with an expressive slow variation of the main theme:

    http://gerdprengel.de/quartett-fm-1.mp3
    http://gerdprengel.de/String_Quartett_fm-1.pdf

    Gerd
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    Nice. I believe it's in 2/2 time rather than 4/4.
    "Forgive me, Majesty. I'm a vulgar man. But I assure you, my music is not.“ Mozart

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    I like this, it's quite Vivaldi-esque in places.

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    Yes, some sections definitely sound rather Vivaldi-esque. Please add me to the list of people who like it. Much more interesting than most of the so-called 'contemporary classical' one hears these days.

    Just out of curiosity, is this a recording of a live performance, or was it generated electronically?

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    Yes I did also wonder about the sound font, it is very clear and crisp, I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neofite View Post
    Yes, some sections definitely sound rather Vivaldi-esque. Please add me to the list of people who like it. Much more interesting than most of the so-called 'contemporary classical' one hears these days.

    Just out of curiosity, is this a recording of a live performance, or was it generated electronically?
    Thank you, that you even ask this question, surely honors the software I use - it is the wonderful and easilily usable NotePerformer :-)
    But I don't quit understand where you see any Vivaldi-like sections? For me it was always somewhat Vienna-classical orientated ...

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