An 8-finger interpretation of Chopin's famous piano composition, it is recommended to anyone who wishes to bring their tapping skills to a greater level.
Or, Op. posth. 66, in C-sharp minor is a piano composition by Frederic Chopin and one of his most famous pieces. It was composed in 1834. and dedicated to Julian Fontana, who published the piece in spite of Chopin's request not to do so.
My interpretation is done exclusively by tapping, or 8-finger tapping. That way, I believe it is possible to play it more fluently and make it sound more smooth. As you will see, some parts are even not possible to play using any other technique other than tapping.
This piece will greatly improve your 8-finger tapping skills, and is fun to play. If you may have any questions or need some advice regarding this lesson, feel free to write in the 'Ask an author' section of the live4guitar.com forum and I will be happy to help in any way that I can.