Welcome back! Now that you have the first part
of Paganini's "Moto Perpetuo" completed, I will be giving you the second part in this lesson. Hopefully, you have practiced the first section so it is real clean and even with a metronome. Also, you must have both hands working together, or it will sound sloppy. You have to play slow first and then build up the speed in order to play fast.
Like in the first section, I included the harmonies so you can hear what Paganini was thinking harmonically when composing this. This piece is based in the key of C major, with the clever use of secondary dominants. This will add more excitement if you make some of the minor chords dominant, instead of strictly using the harmonies inside the key. Also, there are some nice chromatic passing tones, especially in bar 12, and a hint of the C Lydian scale in bar 14 over the C chord. This piece can be played in different positions on the neck once memorized, 5th and 7th position are both comfortable positions, or you might want to try it in the 9th.