[General] This amazing piece consists of a semiquaver arpeggio figure throughout. It’s a lot more technically simple to play on keyboard than guitar, but it’s nice to have it in our repertoire. The first four bars work very easily – allow the bass note to sustain throughout the bar, and the arpeggio notes can also be allowed to ring on. There is some picking hand fingering indicated at the start. At bar 5 you need a first finger barre at the 2nd fret and the fourth finger frets across the top two strings. [Bar 8] At bars 8 and 9 it is not physically possible to sustain the bass notes and this is where the guitar transposition loses its consistency and is unfortunately slightly compromised. The same thing happens a few more times in the piece so the aim is to simply play as smoothly and fluently as possible, to keep the listener focused on the lovely harmonic sequences.