The piece, which was written in the days before pianos really existed, and was originally intended for harpsichord and other early keyboard instruments, was long thought to be the work of J.S. Bach, as he included it in his collection “The Anna Magdalena Notebook”. Scholars today, however, are pretty sure it’s the work of one of Bach’s associates, Christian Petzold.
Anyhow, I really hope you enjoy it. Remember to keep up your piano practice every day — as with all musical practice, success comes when you work at your instrument little and often — and don’t neglect your scales. If you’re relatively new and finding things difficult, it could be because you’re still developing your fine motor control and strength in your hands, and piano scales really help with that!
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