One of the most popular classical guitar tunes by the inventor of jazz, J.S. Bach. The fifth movement from the Lute Suite in E minor. This is the piece for understanding the concept of counterpoint and for practicing independent walking bass runs. Has been butchered by Jethro Tull. Horrible.
I know, I know. Almost everybody has this tune already. For 2014, my ambition is to play this by heart, which I already manage to approx. 90%. But I always got stuck at the end of the third section, so I finally took an effort to write it down properly and put it on the top of my exercise pile for the new year. And once I had it made, why not share it. Tabbed with separated melody and bass themes.