On Jan 21, 10:26 am, "Tom K." <tkor...@comcast.net> wrote: > "LJS" wrote in message > > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > > On Jan 19, 9:24 am, Daniel Schorr <dtm...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > HI > > I was wondering if anyone in this group knows of any pieces or > > compilations of JS Bach's music that would be relatively easy (and > > fun) for children to play.This is for my guitar students, but any > > pieces that are relatively easy, and easy to adapt to guitar) will do. > > > I will probably have to go through his works myself and select some > > stuff, but figured I might try to pick the collective brain of RMT > > before starting on that journey. > > > Thanks, > > Danny > > didn't he write for... what was her name? Anna Marie Albergetti or > something like that? I seem to remember that he wrote for some > beginner. Maybe someone can remember the name I am thinking of? > > LJS > > You're probably thinking of the "Notebook for Anna Magdalena". There were > actually 2 and the 2nd (from 1725, IIRC) would probably be suitable for > Danny as it contains "popular" easy pieces such as the March in D Major. > But be aware it is a compilation and includes works of other composers as > well as J.S. Bach. While the works are for keyboard, many should be easily > adaptable for guitar. > > Tom
lol, Thanks Tom. that is exactly the one. Albergetti was a soprano that I played with a long time ago. I just couldn't remember inbetween classes when I jotted down a reply.
Good to hear from both you and Danny. So much crap in this group lately! its getting hard to keep up with the deletes. LJS