Toccata VIII (Sheet music)


I think this music is so beautiful! Some harmonies and chord changes are very modern for that time (1575-1631). Almost as a pre-Bach era… and we could even use the same harmonies in modern music. Michelangelo Galilei was an Italian composer and lutenist of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, active mainly in Bavaria and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was the son of music theorist and lutenist Vincenzo Galilei, and the younger brother of the scientist Galileo Galilei.
This is in its original key of A-Minor but I play it with a Capo in 3rd fret (C-Minor).
Level: 2-3, 1 page (2 including cover)

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