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tbuechse

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Dear Colleagues,

At the moment I explore some 4 part playing. At least as far as possible: I have no idea how Ted would have approached this as it is tricky to really get 4 parts going at once like on a piano (sustain pedal etc). I found some arrangements of J.S: Bach´s chorales in the score sections here. I would be glad about any playing tips from your experience. How are these arrangements intended to be played in Ted´s opinion?

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Tim

DaveAnno

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Probably add plenty of reverb! Watch some of the videos of Ted playing baroque style too. The arrangements are good.
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tbuechse

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Sure, Reverb is a way...

for this project, I started to work on this. (here a link.)


http://tedgreene.com/images/lessons/arrangements/BachChorale_No2-TedGreeneGArr_1972-07-00.pdf


Are there any videos where Ted maybe plays this or other 4 part arrangements? Just to get an impression...

THX
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Tim
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