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Topic: Preparation for Fantasia in C-minor and k.331  (Read 617 times)

Offline zengap

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Preparation for Fantasia in C-minor and k.331
on: October 27, 2020, 11:52:08 AM
Hello all!  :)

I need help with suggestions of pieces to learn before learning Bach's Fantasia in c minor bwv 906 and Mozart's k. 331 Andante grazioso. At the moment I'm learning C.Ph.E Bach's Solo per il cembalo and Chopin's Minute Walz  and think the jump straight to the Bach and Mozart pieces is too big. Could you give suggestions which pieces would be good to learn in order to prepare for the Fantasia and the Mozart piece?

Offline dw4rn

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Re: Preparation for Fantasia in C-minor and k.331
Reply #1 on: October 28, 2020, 10:03:28 AM
Have you played any Bach before, J S that is? I think would be a good thing to have a couple of preludes and fugues under your belt before the fantasia. And/or a French Suite perhaps?

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