Johann Sebastion Bach was a prolific composer who wrote some of the greatest music ever known. He composed for a wide variety of instruments, including the lute. Unfortunately he didn't write for the guitar, a relative of the lute. Hoping to create more Baroque music for the guitar, and enamored of Bach's Two-Part Inventions for keyboard, I thought this piece would make a good arrangement for two guitars. The initial impetus for doing this was to create a duet for some of my guitar students.
To help my students play and understand it, I have created some learning aids (found below).
Performance Audio Version at 200 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Audio Version at 40 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Audio Version at 80 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Audio Version at 100 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Audio Version at 120 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Audio Version at 160 beats per minute
Super-Human Audio Version at 400 beats per minute
Practice-Aid Video at 60 beats per minute (bpm)
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