J.S. Bach - Badinerie

by Laszlo Boross

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  • Hi GMC-ers!

    And welcome to my first cover lesson. Badinerie is a very well known and a popular
    classical piece written by Bach. There a lot of covers of this composition that can be found on the net or elsewhere, but they are mostly played on and electric guitar with added distortion. I would like to show a cover that is closer to the classical sound of the piece.
    Technically it is not hard to play, but what takes it to the higher level of playing is the unusual fingering.

    The construction of the composition consists maily of two parts. Both of the parts are being repeated a single time. The first part is the easier to play. This section contains some trills. The second part is more complicated to play because of the unusual fingerings and
    the ascending-descending, staccato played scales. Also memorising the second part can cause some troubles to some.

    This lesson includes the following techniques:


    Good practicing!

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