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The Notebooks of Anna Magdalena Bach – Kate Semmens and Steven Devine
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Editor Rodolfo Medina. Editor Allen Garvin. Mutopia Project, The harmony progressions of the fast stuff are similar to those found in compositions of vivaldi.
The title was an idea from Jammer and I thought it fits well. It has a slow intro and ending which is supposed to be kind of spacy. The middle part is more from Earth. Prelude for Banjo 2 Violins and Banjo. If you want to hear bluegrass I have to disappoint you. I think this one is not really bluegrass.
Praeludium - No. 29 from "Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach" () scored for Piano Solo
Now you can chose which version you prefer. The Prelude played solo or with 2 additional violins. It is the same piece as one click above. But eyerything is recorded again. The banjo you hear on this recording is my new huber. The solo version features my old japanese fake RB On the huber the intonation is much better and the notes are clearer.
The hardest part was composing the piece and finding two matching melody lines. On banjo this piece seems to be easy, but as far as sound is concerned it is difficult. As usual everything is played by myself. Tab is ready for email, just ask. This marks the beginning of my classical recording works.
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Now after I have recorded it I feel that it is a little too slow. Many thanks to Mr. Bill Knopf for providing a great tab of the piece. I added and modified some little things but basically the banjo break is his arrangement.
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The violin accompaniment is the same stuff as in the original. But as the violin cannot play low bass notes I transposed some of the accompaniment stuff 1or 2 octaves higher. Baroque Style Banjo. The is a piece that I wrote for the banjo with a baroque flavor to it. The guitar is somewhat hard to hear since it is being played by Sibelius music software. I have this version on sibeliusmusic. The tableture would be crucial to learning this piece since it has a lot of melodic and single string picking.
Thanks for listening, enjoy! Teddy Bear's Picnic.
Related Praeludium - No. 29 from Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach (1725)
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