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 MP3 (1.4 MB) and learn it by ear.
Learn the fingerstyle technique.