Being an old man and an eternal beginner, I am having lots of fun as well as lots of problems learning to play the Bach 996 Bourree by heart. Its rhythmic dynamic energy gets me back to it time and again but I just can't get the second half down to scratch.... it keeps slipping out of my memory box... grr....
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I'm afraid I can't help you... I don't recognize the piece.
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For a change of pace, I'm working on some Hawaiian slack key guitar, both played using slack key tuning (DGDGBD), and using standard EADGBE tuning. Lots of fun music, and an interesting part of guitar history and culture.
"(P)Lay on, MacDuff, And damn'd be him that first cries, 'Hold, enough!'"
Villa-lobos etude 7, though I found a free score on the internet I think has mistakes. So I might just order the Durand edition of his solo works for guitar. I guess this was unavoidable as currently he's my favorite composer.