From The Well-Tempered Klavier, Part 1
||J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
|Arr. and Trans.
||Mark Alan Wade
||A2 to G6
||© 2005 by Mark Alan Wade
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Learning, performing, and recording this masterpiece was a personal milestone in my dulcimer playing. It is the single-most technically demanding piece I play. Due to extended chromatic bass lines, dampers are recommended. Beyond the technique, it lends itself easily to magical musical moments. Bach cleverly composed a countermelody within a single line of music in this piece.