J.S. Bach - Preludium no.2 in G minor

by Vasilije Vukmirovic

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  • Hi GMC! This is a piece I learned to play probably 5 years ago, but never really had nerves to record it. Now I finally did it, and I proudly present you Bach’s Preludium no.2 in Fmin(BWV 857).

    It is a difficult piece to learn, but it is achievable. I played it using alternate picking, though you can try with sweep if you like. I arranged it in a special way so you can play it in lower positions, I recommend you to try to rearrange it so it can fit your playing capabilities.

    There are so many possibilities for this composition, so many positions in which you can play it. If you succeed and learn this tune in full speed, congratulations, you have great picking.

    It is in key of Gmin actually, I transposed it, and you have two types of minor scales, natural, harmonic.

    Enjoy playing!

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