Lesson about Wichita Sutra Vortex, Philip Glass

Step 1 - Step 2 - Step 3

Step 4, alternative notes in part 7 and 8

The right hand leaves out some chord notes to play it slower:

Step 3

This little piece (part 6) is a kind of bridge to part 7, it is not repeated:

Part 7 and 8 have to be fast, like this way (my fingers aren't trained to do it the whole piece):

Part 7 and 8 slowly:

Part 9 is the same as part 3
Part 10 is the same as part 1



There are 9 parts in the piece. Each part is played twice.
You can see the 9 parts on the pdf.
You can use the .mid file with the app Synthesia.
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To imitate playing fingers can be easier when you understand some patterns and theories of music:
How to start playing
About chords
A note in its chord
To enrich a chord
You have to figger out which finger is best placed on each note (it's the fingering). Probably you like to use others than I do. Because your hand is different from mine.
It is important that you keep the same fingering every time you play it. Otherwise your fingers get confused and never get it right.