A play-through followed by a slower version for learning & practicing. *****ALERT!! I was sleeping at the wheel and I said that "poco" means a lot. Actually it means "a little" - so poco ritardando (or poco ritard.) means to slow down a bit. Fingerings for Andantino: (1 finger/number per note, dash after indicates that's a long note, all numbers following a letter are on that string until a new string is indicated). D23A0 D321 210 1- 23A0 123 321 0- D23A0 D321 210 1- 23A0 123 D321 0- E11A30 123 0- E0A3210D321- D23A0 D321 210 1- 23A0 123 D321 0 This is only for reference, don't try to play from it. Play by ear so you can develop the co-ordination between your ears and your hands, which won't happen if you always read off the page.
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