Allein Gott, BWV 676
Would you like to test the limits of your hand and feet independence?
If so, try to learn "Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr", BWV 676 by Johann Sebastian Bach from the 3rd part of Clavierübung. Here each part has a completely independent movement making it a perfect trio which is notoriously difficult to master.
It's no secret that a trio texture like in a trio sonata sounds so simple but is exceedingly difficult to perform elegantly.
I'm practicing it for our upcoming Bach's birthday recital in March. Wish me luck. I'm working on it in a very slow tempo to diminish my inherent clumsiness.
If you would like to join me, check out our practice score with complete fingering and pedaling written in. It will save you many hours of your time. I have written the left hand and pedal parts and Ausra - the right hand fingering.
By the way, she has played the entire 3rd part of Clavierübung back in Lincoln, NE for one of her DMA recitals on the oldest-sounding organ in the US - the famous Bedient Op. 8.
This score is free for Total Organist students. PDF score (6 pages). Advanced Level.
Enjoy your practice and let us know your experience with this piece.