[Bars 25-26] We revisit the pedal technique for these two bars, only this time the pedal is a single note (not three, as before). Furthermore, it employs single chord tones below and then above the pedal note. For example, over the Am chord, the pedal note is A, and is played every other note. The first chord tones (E on the third string, and C on the fourth string) are below it, whereas the last two chord tones (C on the sixth string, and E
GGGFGon the first string) are actually above it. [Bars 27-28] These two bars are the same as bars 11 & 12, only played an inversion higher on each arpeggio ladder. [Bars 29-33] This final four- bar passage is based on some of the same principles shown in bars 9 and 10, only this time, we’re descending as well as ascending the motif.