New Letters To Esterhazy 6th mvt

another improvisation by Rupert Guenther


This is the more fiery 6th and final movement of the New Letters To Esterhazy first sonata. It has so much f the Esterhazy region in it - the spirit of the landscape and being close to the Hungarian boarder with Austria. This was a pretty risky movement - I had never improvised anything with so much double-stopping or as fast for so long. Again, no second takes or overdubs here, just as i was. It was great fun and little terrifying. Same session, same day and same violin as the other movements.