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I've ironed out many kinks for this second tutorial for playing “Evening Prayer” from Hansel and Gretel and it is finally ready for early patron access. Thank you so much for helping make this possible. I have received good feedback on the first videos in this music series.
Continuing from the first tutorial, we learn here to play measures 15 through 20, and reinforce what we learned before to the end. In the next video, we will work backwards from there, building confidence as we go.
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Here we are, at long last! Our first tutorial for playing “Evening Prayer” from Hansel and Gretel has arrived. As usual, patrons are getting early access.
If you haven't seen it already, check out my “Evening Prayer” demonstration performance. Then, come back here and learn how to play from beat 4 of measure 20 to the end. In the next video, we will work backwards from there, building confidence as we go.