Bach’s famous Bourrée from his first lute suite, better known to guitarists as ‘ Bourrée in E minor’, is an intermediate-level piece often transcribed for classical. Bourrée in E minor by J.S. Bach from his Lute Suite in E minor, transcribed for classical guitar, is a popular piece among guitar students and. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Bourrée in E minor. J. S. Bach – Bourrée in E minor, BWV

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Uploaded on Mar 8, I had a copy of this and bafh it when I moved overseas. Thanks for sharing on Musescore!!! This has been sort of experiment. The paper vouree I had as a template was written for two flutes I don’t know why it has been transposed into a-minor.

But I thought by the way that maintaining quasi two soprano voices should have a surprising effect. I would like to guard this, but you may be right that this adaptation could do with a third voice, exactly with respect to the counterpoint that you mentioned.

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Listening to the youtube video you will see that your version has more affinity to the “classical” technique. The sound of your a-minor version is interesting, that’s true.


Just have also a look to the video score there! I liked especially the fingering hints. Just compare to my adaptation of the piece, transposed into a-minor http: The sound is quite different.

Fingering is not mine, though — unfortunately, I do not know the author. I found this piece with fingering hints in my year old notebook — I did not think at that time to mention where from I copied the piece. Now I just transferred the data from paper to MuseScore. In places like measure 3 counterpoint will then sound better, I think Creative Commons copyright waiver.