Bach's Minuet in G major (Part II)

by Ramiro Delforte

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  • Hi GMC! This is the second part of the tapping arrangement of the Minue in G by Bach. The same rules of the arrangement of the first part applies to this lesson.

    The minue is divided in two parts and each one repeats itself one time. We have learned the A section so now this video is about the B section. Usually in a piece where there are two parts like an Allemand (also a dance piece that form parts of a Suite) the first part (A) goes from the root to the dominant and in the second part (B) from the dominant to the root again. In this piece this does not happen because it's a very simple one so it has no modulation.

    The explanation texts are meant to be tips on how to play the piece and the things I want you to notice about the arrangement.

    I hope you enjoy the lesson and put together the whole piece so you can play the entire minue!

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    G major 2.jpg
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