Cd track 41
[Bar 21] At bar 21 the ascending melody stays on the second string and then at 22 I find it helpful to land on the first A chord using a hinge barre – this where the top A note is pressed down with the side of the first finger rather than the tip. It makes the change from the previous chord shape easier. Picking hand fingering is indicated in bar 22 and I play the open E notes in the melody with a light rest stroke. This puts the second finger onto the second string and therefore immediately ready to pluck the chord with no re-placing of the finger. It’s a handy technique once you get the hang of it.