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This music is really marvellous. It is full baroque, but it gives all parties opportunity to vary notes in all ways: all sorts or ornaments, changements in tempo or loudness and/or adding all sorts of feeling. The playback of sibelius therefore sounds much to dry and feelingless to get to fully appreciate this music.
Sonata in 5 parts: allegro, adagio, allegro, minuet alternative & minuet
I've just spend an hour on the internet to learn something about Johann Scherer. I found absolutely nothing, except the words "about 1740". Maybe someone who reads these words can tell me more about him..?
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