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PRELUDE IN D MINOR

Introduction: Put your music reading skills to use below. Composed around 1720, Bach's Prelude in C minor (BWV 999) was originally written for the lute. It was later transposed to the key of D minor for the guitar. The guitar is played in arpeggio style. Although scored in D minor (the relative key of F major), be aware of Db, Ab (or G#), and Eb notes throughout the piece. Challenge yourself a little more by analyzing the chord structures. If you feel that you need more practice with music notation, download the Speaker MP3 (1.4 MB) and learn it by ear.

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Prelude in D minor 1

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