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  1. Nice job! I like how you split the 10/8 bar into 6/8 and 2/4 but the cellos and basses are each in a different subdivision of the meter at any given time. Scherzi are known to have more surprising changes in dynamics although you do a ffpp near the very end so there's that. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Love it! Stuff I liked: the crisp, memorable rhythms - the idiomatic string writing - cello lead-in to bars 9 and 73 - bars 17-20, with great counterpoint in the 2nd violin and a lovely cadence at the end leading into the main idea again - the interplay bar 93 on, plus the lead-in to that section, great stuff - bar 121 is awesome - the pedal at bar 156 - the martial rhythm at bar 41 etc... I could go on... Stuff to consider: bar 2 and others, the silence at the end of the bar distracts a little, maybe semiquavers A-B in the 1st violin to fill it? The silences work much better in the
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  3. Nice! It's very light and spring like! I like how you do a fake recapitulation in the parallel minor. And it still sounds springy even though it's in the minor mode! I love the classical character of this. I can totally imagine a real string quartet playing this. It's very idiomatic and also catchy. There's also some very tasteful use of syncopation. All around a great piece and a very transparent rendition which sounds great! Thanks for sharing!
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