2005-05-31 23:19:05 UTC
the first 2 minutes of Bach's Prelude BVW1006 E major.
I'm only up to 32 of 137 measures (like Nascar eh!)
There is a fingering that I like done by JW on the DVD
but not sure how it get it.
I have broke it down and found that the slurs can be good piviot point
and memorization aid at m.28... I am highlightin those and at what
point does Bach seems to use them later at least several time (seems to
be a theme of some sort). Also it seems to fall on a down beat. I have
listen to it a zillion times and want to approach it systematically by
....phrases the modulate and repeat...ornametally...or where it
Has anybody analyze this piece at all? I don't read music very well
but I do understand music theory of that period. Ornamentations, chord
tones and such. Not much (ornaments)in the piece like others but...how
about the way he staggers and selection of phrases
Am I on the right direction? My problem, since I'm not a sight reader,
is that I have to put more effort making sense of composition
analytically for memorization aid and find a system that will work for
me. It might be to late for sight reading.
There are slow readers out there that understand the flow of the
Any experts Bach experts out there. How would your brake it down?