Georg Philip Telemann was in a hurry when he added a Presto as the final movement to the brilliant Allegro. I resisted the temptation to implement a Presto as fast as possible here. While working on the piece, I got the idea that this is basically a gavotte and accordingly I reduced the tempo to 168 BPM. It is interesting that many imitations can be set from this piece, and accordingly the concise motif goes through all voices. Only at this tempo does the theme, or rather the motif that harmonically plays around the dominant, come into its own. The fact that one can work canonically with this imitation testifies once again to the high quality of Telemann's composition, with which I am becoming more and more involved.