Minuet by J.S. Bach

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This is a very famous minuet and you hear beginner
pianists play it a lot. Of course, in this case
we’re putting the two hands together one one
guitar and you can hear the bass. So it would be
nice to play the bass by itself first, but the
melody really is on top. Of course, the two
together sound like this.

In this piece you have a few P-I scales.
And, for example, if you look at the line
before last, we have P-M together, then I-P-I.
Then again, P-M together; I-P-I. So keep your
eye on P, adjacent to each other, so that you
can pluck these two strings.

The final line, the first bar, I play it
this way. So I go P-I, P-I and then M-A.
So, P-I, P-I, M-A and then the chord.

You can get a lot of speed using P-I and
whenever you get to bass and then you have to
jump to a chord, it comes in handy to have
that technique.

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