Cello Suite Number 1 Prelude (2/2)

by Gerardo Siere

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  • Hello everyone, welcome to the second part of this well known piece by J.S.Bach. This is one of the pieces I wanted to play when I grabbed the classical guitar for the first time, I remember I heard an early John Williams recording from 1956 when he was 17, so at that time I said "Well, I'm 14, I should be able to reach him" but at this day such a miracle didn't take place.

    This lesson will help you to improve your scales on classical guitar. There is a note pedal (A) that helps the scales to gain more and more harmonic tension. For the right hand I didn´t put any fingering in the standard notation score, so you can try your own while having fun. If there is a particular passage you can´t work out for yourself you still can ask me in the "ask an instructor" board and I'll gladly post there a fully fingered excerpt for you.

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