Below is the lesson for “Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring” by J.S. Bach.
This arrangement relies on a steady and moderate tempo keeping the eighth note triplets even. I would recommend playing along to a metronome. You can even subdivide the beat by 3 to help you stay in time. There are a couple of ‘stretch’ chords in the song. Gradually work up to these comfortably to prevent injury. If they are too difficult, you can play the melody note by itself, which is generally on the first string.
Part 1 – Performance