I totally agree. Just recognized that I’m try to learn new piece after piece and forgot to master/improving “old” pieces and also – in some cases - TOTALLY forgetting old pieces. So now I’m also into “repeating mode” - Very worthwhile!!zupfgeiger wrote:Nothing new at all for the time being. Instead I am repeating and improving what I learned. Better than beginning one new piece after the other and playing none of them perfect.
Same here as wellzupfgeiger wrote:Nothing new at all for the time being. Instead I am repeating and improving what I learned. Better than beginning one new piece after the other and playing none of them perfect.
Frederic, you mixed up the title a bit. Here is kind help from a German native and Bach addict. The original title is: Jesus bleibet meine FreudeFrederic wrote:Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring in a version arranged by Laurindo Almeida. Surprisingly intricate fingerings, and true to the feeling of the original. It is found on this site, (not the Almeida version, however), under its original title of Jesus Meine Bleibat Freude, as Movement 10 of Bach Cantata No. 147. The true original is not based on an entirely original Bach composition, as movement 10 was based on a hymn earlier composed by Johann Schopp.
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