Would you like to learn this beautiful piece by watching me play and by practicing together (if the tuning of your instrument allows it)?
Yesterday I recorded this chorale prelude in a very slow practice tempo from up close so that people could watch me playing and copy what I'm doing. It's like looking over my shoulder when I practice and people can practice together with me. The score is freely available, too.
More importantly, I subdivided this chorale prelude into one-page chunks for practicing one page a week, so if the piece is 3 pages long, it would take 3 weeks to learn it.
Each page has 5 lines of music, so if one learns only one line a day (and repeats the previously learned material), then it really takes 5 days a week of practice to stay on track with this schedule.
Although I play all parts together, you can work in solo parts and in two-part and three-part combinations before putting everything together in each line.
Because I play very slowly, you can copy my ornaments and my articulation (articulate legato), too.
Here are the videos for Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3. Although I played from the Bach Gesellschaft edition with the alto clef for the left hand part, I also prepared a pdf score with the usual treble and bass clefs.
Enjoy them but more importantly, I hope you will do something with these series.