Study Piece: Bach Prelude in G Major
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the ‘Study Piece: Prelude In G Major’ Course
The Prelude from Bach’s Cello Suite #1 in G Major is probably the most famous cello piece of all time and is a very popular piece for electric bass.
The Study Piece Coaching series of courses take compositions from the classical repertoire and coach you through the pieces in step by step lessons as if you had a bass teacher right there with you.
Mark gives a brief background as well as some important tips on learning the piece before breaking down small bitesize sections and the hurdles they are likely to present. There is also harmonic analysis included so you can study the theory behind the piece and see the melody as more than basic notes on the page.
What level of player is the course aimed at?
This course is aimed at intermediate level players and above. The Prelude demands a medium level of technical facility. This is NOT for beginners.
How Long Are The Lessons?
The lesson lengths vary but the complete course contains over two and a half hours of video content.
How is the course presented? Do I Download Anything?
The course is hosted on the Talkingbass website so there are no video files to download. Download links are provided for the written music. The link will be sent in your welcome email and is also provided on the Study Piece lessons menu.
Is There A Time Limit On Taking The Course?
No. You can take as long as want. There are no time limits
Do I Have Lifetime Access To The Course?
If you purchase the course then yes, you have lifetime access to the course and its material.