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How to approach the Bach's Fugue in G minor

Step-by-step instructions to master the famous Fugue in G from the Sonata No. 1 by Bach

Released on August 7, 2013

  
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Shawn on December 3, 2013 @2:31 pm PST
hey todd, this is Shawn. I am wondering whether you can post a video regarding how to play the grave sonata no.2 in a minor. I am having a lot of trouble with this movement, more so than I am about the others. I feel that the keeping track of the chords and the tempo of the piece at the same time can be overwhelming.
Amy on August 14, 2013 @12:05 pm PST
I like your straight-forward way of teaching this work. As a violist who gigs a violin, I like to pick up different Bach violin pieces and sight-read them. Thanks for affirming some ideas for me!
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Todd Ehle on August 16, 2013 @7:54 am PST
Hi Amy, thanks for this. I also like to sight-read very difficult works as it exercises my brain in a different way from a careful, detailed study. Double-stops make it all that much harder! Best wishes.
Alfred+C+Richdale * VSM MEMBER * on August 7, 2013 @12:48 pm PST
Very, very helpful for any advanced student. Well presented.Gets my recommendation to all my students. Alf Richdale Violin teacher
64 years.
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Todd Ehle on August 8, 2013 @8:11 pm PST
Hi Alfred, thanks so much for the very nice comment, and for your recommendation. It means a lot to me. Best regards to you! Todd
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