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Commentary by Left Brain and Right Brain. LB: "This Romanze is in rondo form: ABACABA. It remains entirely in A Minor and its relative major, C Major, despite many attempts to modulate into other keys." RB: "This movement took quite a different direction from expected. It almost had a mind of its own! This makes composition truly exciting, but before long I had too many ideas for a single movement. The music diverged from a Romanze into a spooky Cort�ge, also in A Minor. Gee whiz, now I have two 3rd movements on my hands: fraternal twins, so to speak. Actually, this Romanze is the real 3rd movement of my Brass Quintet. The Cort�ge in A Minor is a separate piece." LB: "Given your predilection for change and development, and your general unruliness, one should not be surprised at this sort of musical divergence." RB: "Now just a cotton-pickin' minute! Are you casting asparagus on my compositional techniques? I'll have you know that I saved this 3rd movement for last. I waited until I was good and ready to compose it."
[[http://www.SibeliusMusic.com/cgi-bin/showscore.pl?scoreid=23984|See also: Brass Quintet in C Minor (complete):
I. Allegro moderato * II. Scherzo: Allegro * III. Romanze: Andante * IV. Finale: Allegro molto
Encore: Cort�ge in A Minor for Brass Quintet]]
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