Develop a powerful bass technique using Bach's 2-voice inventions - from the online course
Here's for you from Bach's 2-voice Inventions, No. 1 in C major, adapted to perfection for the 4-string bass. Final version, performed by Tiziano in Lesson 30c Contemporary Bassist Online.
In the online course, all the preparation work on this invention is divided into five parts. This video is precisely dedicated to the last part, the end point with the 'concert' version.
Undoubtedly very challenging because of the great speed required while maintaining cleanliness and fullness of sound.
Difficult yes, but in the previous 4 parts you find all the logical steps to get to perform it just like in this video... if of course you have followed the whole online course from the beginning 🤓👏
All the benefits of Bach's 2-voice Inventions in Contemporary Bassist 2
In the same lesson 30 and in other lessons you will also find other analysis videos of these Inventions, to develop ear, harmonic knowledge etc. at the same time.
Johann Sebastian Bach is a continuous source of inspiration for all musicians. Particularly for a bass player, trying your hand at his compositions takes you to the next level in terms of technique, speed, knowledge of harmonic and formal concepts, ear development...
It is precisely for this reason that Bach's two-voice Inventions, in particular No.1 (this video) and No.4, are included in the Contemporary Bassist Volume 2 and then in the related online course cycle.
If you want to learn more, access the Contemporary Bassist Online course, the first PROFESSIONAL electric bass course entirely on the internet. An organised course with now over 500 videos to develop PROGRESSIVELY all the theoretical, technical, musical and rhythmic knowledge to learn to play the electric bass in a safe and versatile way.
To register, go to the dedicated platform ➡ https://corso-online.bassistacontemporaneo.it/ and start from lesson cycle 1-10. There you can purchase volume 1, which is necessary to follow the videos (and also volume 2, following the path).