Bach Allemande BWV 996 (1/2)

by Gerardo Siere

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  • Hello everyone, this is my first lesson over a piece from one of my favourite composers. J.S.Bach, this dance is from the BWV 996 suite, there are two lessons from the Bourre of the same suite here: Bourre - Bach Lesson part 1 and part 2.

    There is a standard notation score and the tab. The standard notation score has many useful things like the rythm, the lines, the harmony, and the right hand fingering.

    This time I did some light hornamentation and have written it in the score (those very very fast notes), may be It would be a good idea next time to play hornamentation and write the main notes. I leave you now with this beautiful piece, hope you like it!


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