Herbert Lockwood McGurk II is a composer of the twelve tone row technique.  He has written two string quartets using a very strict theory of George Tremblay, student of Arnold Scheonberg and author of the "Definitive Cycle of the Twelve Tone Row."  Herbert spent a year in Vienna, Austria, writing the first two string quartets in a series of six string quartets, therefore, using all 24 twelve-tone row variations.  There are four moments to each quartet.  The musical themes have evoked deep hidden emotions that summon the subconscious which has been likened to a film score.  These quartets were purposely written in Vienna to tap into the greatness of the musical genius of the past.  For further information, please contact us.