I guess the damping of G and B is a matter of taste to a degree. Together with D they form the harmony of G major chord, so damping of them isn't necessary for the reason of disharmony.Chu Bun wrote:A question regarding damping. In the piece "VALSE en sol majeur" on page 48. Since we need to damp the open E in measure 9, should we also need to damp the open G and B in measure 1, 4, 5, and 13?
By the way, I cant hear the "valse" in this piece. Is it a different type of valse?
Jay, really sorry to hear that. I know how hard it is to catch up after illness etc, I'll still be posting after the exam, so if you keep posting when you are able I'll look at your submissionsJay Gutknecht wrote:Sorry I haven't been around was working on truck cut my left thumb and tore skin off a couple of fingers on right hand. Am way behind but am starting up again and will follow lessons on my own. No way to catch up to make required submissions for exam.
Good luck to you all.
The E in measure 9 is part of the C major chord (C-E-G). So disharmony is not likely the reason for it being damped.Marko Räsänen wrote: I guess the damping of G and B is a matter of taste to a degree. Together with D they form the harmony of G major chord, so damping of them isn't necessary for the reason of disharmony.
that sounds really good for such a short time practicing.Chu Bun wrote:My submissions for this month. Please advice.