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Wilson’s Wilde is a beginning Renaissance piece played in the key of A major. It is a good reading exercise, as most of the melody notes are from the A scale in first position on the top three strings.
Most of the bass notes are three lower open strings. It is in 3/4 time and consists of three sections, with variations on two of them. It also is a good exercise in alternating right hand fingers when playing eighth note runs.