Thanks for commenting Cary!
Cary W wrote: I think you and I are on the same page when it comes to tremolo...a well articulated, perhaps slower triplet is more effective than a quickly played, but uneven triplet.
Yes, but it's also my view that some very quick and
even tremolos can spoil the magical sound world that the tremolo is supposed to create.
I heard Recuerdos de la Alhambra played in a concert recently and was spell-bound. The performer, Fiona Harrison, played the tremolo a bit slower than many players, and of course it was very even too, but as far as I could see the real "trick" was in her delicate articulation. Unfortunately, there are no examples online to show you this though.
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