|Bourrée in E Minor, Part 2
Bourrée in E Minor, Part 2
The first part of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Bourrée in E Minor, which you learned in the last lesson, is the melody everyone associates with this piece. The second part is more complex and not as melodic, but the two parts combined make for a great fingerstyle guitar piece. You’ll learn the second part in this lesson. Stevie plays it through and then walks you through each measure slowly, showing you the small chord shapes created by the melody and bass line, and how best to finger them. He also talks about how to practice the Bourrée, recommending that you divide the second part into four pieces, then work on the last piece first, followed by the third piece, then the second, and finally the first. Stevie finishes by playing each piece by itself.
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