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Piano visualizations: Johann Sebastian Bach, Minuet in G

Johann Sebastian Bach, Minuet in G, with two kinds of scrolling scores, visualized by Stephen Malinowski. Both kiddos really like listening and watching these. There are a few more here, here and here.




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