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Yes, and I continue to find him odd, or at least distinctive, every time I listen. That is at least part of the attraction. His music is not great, in the way Brahms was great, but his music is novel. I have heard Brahms 1st hundreds of times. Not so the music of Langgaard. His quartets get much more playing time than his orchestral music, and so have lost some of their novelty, but I still enjoy them very much. I'd love to hear the thoughts of Frogman and Schubert on Langgaard.