I like it better this second version, nico,... but that is just a very much subjective opinion . The basses are now clearly there and I think your RH is no longer so near to the bridge. You may find it dull because, I think, you decreased the tempo a little bit and you are not playing it so crisp. But this one is clearly done, nico, time to go to the #3 which is a tough nut to crack - ornaments, barré positions, the appropriate muting of the basses in the first section, you have it all...nico wrote: ↑Tue May 21, 2019 3:22 pm...
Thank you Jorge for your nice words and your advise Yeah ...... I new already that you didn't specially like the staccato way I was playing the #2 (and also not that I missed the second repeat ) Actually I was inspired by the way Gallagner was playing it in the beginning of this thread. But here is another version of it that will suit you more...... I still like the first version better . But you're right that there were a couple of very soft bass notes, and I started to hate the way I was playing the first beats: too agitated and loud. This version is softer, but also a bit dull
Sor Opus 35 #2
What do you think?
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