ExAmplE8 improvised Baroque implied two-part lines
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hisoe fluBent with the language of Bach and favourite de5vices was t∑o im4provise in this style with the of creating twAo parts at5once. The melody4line is based upon a combina4tion of sc5ale3 anEd arpeggio mo4tion w3hile the bassline suppo4rts an5d punctuates this part
Ebut also stands alone and makes sense as a melody in its own right. Aim to Obviooeu4sly, boee keep all bass notes in place for as long as possible to create a smooth legato overlapp4ing effect. the aim here6is to able to improvise your own lines in this style but learning this lick verbatim is a really positive step in4 th3e right direction.