Not at all, Marko. Your feedback is very valuable to me. All accurate and well thought out. My tempo on these early takes is often too slow and still in practice mode. By the time I work it up to tempo I am often well tired of the piece and move on. Or it makes it to my list of repertoire and I keep playing it regularly. If I make compromises/choices it is usually too slow the tempo In favor of tone or musicality. Your point about the study aspect is right on though. I forget that it's about learning the technique not always just making music. I think that's what you meant last lesson regarding Campanella now that I look back on it.Marko Räsänen wrote:
I'm hoping that you won't take my feedback in a negative way. It certainly isn't intended as such! There is obviously a lot of good things in your playing, such as the tone and musicality. And I tend to forget that I am taking this course for the 3rd time, so my focus is obviously not so much in developing muscle memory for these pieces, allowing me to concentrate on fine tuning the technical details.
You give a good methods for me, sometimes I play song with Delcamp's recording, and as Tarrega, I have not spend more time on it, that' have some mistakes. but if Marko not mentions, maybe I can't find it. So, have moderator and classmates like yours is really important!I wonder if you could play along with Prof. Delcamp's recording of the Tarrega study as a way of spotting and 'fixing' the rhythmic issues.
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