Hi Angela, I think it's to get consistent semiquavers in those runs. Unless you damped the open strings, which would be tricky and rather pointless, it just wouldn't sound right. It's the first bass note that needs to ring out. That's my analysis anyway....Angela Zhao wrote:Hi classmate
BWV 1007, on M29-30, why not play open string, the open string notes are all play on the sting?
is that Bach style?
Very perceptive and accurate comments Vincent. Thank you for listening and watching so carefully.vincent martin wrote:Hi Rick
You are definitely working on the interpretation and the sound
Tarrega: the F# on M3 is not cut and you accelerate the tempo on M15 which makes it difficult for M22 onwards. I see that; like me, you don't take the proposed left thumb position in the high notes, I'm not sure if this is an issue; anyway; too late to change for me
Bach: I like how the bass sounds
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