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 My take on Bach's Minuet in G 
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Hi everyone. Thought I'de give it a go with this one too. With a special thanks to Gene, Claire and Josh who already played it and inspired me to take a chance with it :)
Oh, and by the way, for me, left hand lines do become more tone controled in Bach's pieces with Greg's 3 finger pattern, specially in the least obvious moves, as you can see in the end of the second part.
Anyway, have fun :)
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A M A Z I N G !

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Nice playing! Loved all the melodic trills you threw in. Also killer video production!

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Really wonderful!!!!


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Im a huge fan of what you do. That was awesome. Beautifully done my friend.

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Post Re: My take on Bach's Minuet in G
Totally awesome, as always!

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Beautiful! Thanks for sharing, Rodrigo.

Reminds me I need to record this one one of these days...


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Post Re: My take on Bach's Minuet in G
Sounds great, Rodrigo!

Very "bright" and lively, and I really like your ornamentation in your approach. I've been playing this piece without any ornamentation, focusing on using the dynamics The Stick allows instead. Maybe I'll record it one of these days...

There's a really interesting article on the different kinds of ornaments here:

http://www.pennuto.com/music/jsb_ornm.htm

I think the Railboard's sound is great for this music.

Thanks for posting.

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Wonderfully done, Rodrigo! And the video is also excellently done. I enjoyed this piece very much. Well done!

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Hi everyone, thank you all for your kind words. For those of you heading to Interlochen, have fun, wish I could be there as well !


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