here is another Hungarian music: Zoltan Kodaly's "Hary Janos Suite". This suite has 6 movements. I know this music since 1980 and have always enjoyed it very much.
The 2nd movement was one of my first attempts at MIDI rendition - done in 1995. Then in 1996 I completed the first movement in MIDI. The other 4 movements I had not yet worked on.
I took now this MIDI version from 1996 and revised it with GPO5. Here I used for the first time extensively the new string section KS samples. They sound very smooth and expressive, but they do not have an attack that can be controlled linearly throughout a large range. The samples either have a very slow attack or a very harsh attack. I would like to be able to cover also the middle range, with the same long bow sample but with varying attack. The fast attack samples seem to have alternating up- and down-bows, but I was not able to control those explicitly. There are cases where two down bows need to follow each other - and it seemed not possible to create this effect. So I had to bring in back the old GPO4-style KS string sections, in addition to the new KS section strings from GPO5.
In any case, here is the result: The first movement of the Hary Janos Suite - "Prelude. The Fairy Tale Begins":
I hope you enjoy this rendition!