In this week's flash composition sketch, I seem to have channeled Weber. I had recently aired Weber's Clarinet Quintet, Op. 34 on my radio program, so perhaps it's not surprising that I would spontaneously sketch one out. The sketch seems to have some of the transparency of a classical period work. The string parts aren't especially hard, and the ensemble is lightly scored.
Of course, there are other non-classical period elements -- like the 3/4 bar and the actual intervals found in those harmonies. But still, kind of a light showpiece by nature. (click on image to enlarge)