This composition allows the integration of basic bowing patterns and ensemble playing into one fun experience. Everybody plays the same rhythms, but each section has different harmonized notes. With five
This work is based on the exaggeration of the Baroque concerto grosso principle, in which a group of soloists is accompanied by, or pitted against, a larger ensemble. The soloists here are a string quartet
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