Frédéric Chopin is one of my favorite composers and I have always loved this prelude. I first heard this for guitar when I was listening to a recording by Andres Segovia. For this transcription I transposed it to the key of D major from the original key, A major.
Score/tab is available in my guitar school music package. Click on the picture to learn more.
Chopin is one of my favorite composers and it is too bad he was never asked to write for the guitar. I love the melancholy nature of his Nocturnes, I love the passion and virtuosity in his Etudes. His first Ballade is one of my all-time favorite pieces, ever.
I first heard this piece played by Andres Segovia many moons ago. I began making this transcription a few years ago and forgot about it. Last fall I found it and decided to finish the transcription. The original key is A Major.
Here is my teaching video of the piano prelude (Op. 28, No. 7) by Chopin. I remember listening to a recording of Andres Segovia playing this song many years ago. I made this arrangement a couple of years ago and then forgot about it. A couple days ago I found it and tweaked it a bit. It’s a beautiful piece of music. You can find more videos like this at my guitar school found on my website.