Practice the above "O Gott, du frommer Gott", BWV 767 by Johann Sebastian Bach this way:
Take a slow tempo, aim for a detached articulate legato touch and 3 correct repetitions in a row.
Here are the chords of this harmonization:
C minor: i-i-V-i6-V6-i-i-V65-i-v6-VI7-iv6-V-V-V6-i=vi-vii6-I-(vii6)-V-I-vii6-I6-ii65-V7-I=III-i-i6-V-IV6-V65-i-(V42)-iv6-i64-ii65-V-I
Question: Could you take these chords and play them in a different key, say in D minor?
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