Neoclassical Etude #2

by Marcus Lavendell

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  • Hello GMC, welcome to Etude #2, which is my transcription of a famous classical composition by the German composer G.F. Händel (1685 - 1759). The composition is called "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba".

    This is one of those magical pieces that sound good at basically any speed(!) I've set full speed at 130 bpm, but it will still sound like great music even if you play it as slow as 70 bpm or less.

    I've included a total of 15 backing tracks, starting at 30 bpm all the way up to 130 bpm. So you won't have any problems finding a speed that suits you, no matter what level you're at.

    The key is B-major, and we should only use alternate picking throughout the whole song.

    Let me know if need any help with this lesson, or if you have any guestions at all :)

    // Marcus Lavendell

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