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Great job making sure the melody pops out. Good tone as well.
I'd just a slower tempo. And watch your accompaniment rhythm. It should be consistent in tempo and even throughout. Part of the magic of these pieces are the purposeful lack of development and monotony. Bring it out! Make sure it's all consistent.
Thank you, Joe. I've never heard this piece before...it's a new one for me, it really does have an unusual melody. I appreciate that you gave us this opportunity to hear you play, I enjoyed your performance very much.
Music touches the heart, but playing classical guitar can lift your heart and enrich your life.
There is something really haunting about this piece -- the strange melody and almost "broken" sounding rhythm despite the even underlying pulse. Some kind of surreptitious quality that evokes the feeling of avoiding some unknown assailant, yet having the need to always look over one's shoulder for that seemingly ever-present danger.
Thanks for posting this! (I hope it's not stuck in my head now!!)