Zafar Haq wrote:
Hi, Andrei Puhach,
Well done.Enjoyed listening and watching your study assignments.Good right hand,Left hand coordination, finger control,good right hand finger walking technique.Good echo effect playing the same measure more softer in study assignment "ALLEGRETTO N°2 opus 44"
Study assignment "ANDANTE AFFETTUOSO" both faster tempo and moderately slower tempo sounded good to me.
Good tempo,good rhythm,melody.
What do you mean by attempt# 4.
Hi Zafar, thanks you such a nice feedback!
Attempt #4 means that this is my 4th uploaded Affettuoso Youtube video. It does not mean I only did 4 takes, there were muuuuuuuch more to produce a more or less mistake-free recording, maybe 50.
Here is my 'attempt #2' with a different guitar and at a different place:
Zafar Haq wrote:Can you record and produce a video showing, how you begin your practice from the start and progress until ready to record for presentation.
Oh, not sure if that's going to be interesting. In fact that's very boring. First, I try to play the whole thing _somehow_ (without right fingerings and damps). Next, I start working on each measure or 2-3 measure blocks separately, repeating them over and over, trying to get them right. At this point it does not make sense to play the entire piece, working on small blocks in isolation is much more effective. Then, as Chu Bun mentioned, it is a good idea to focus on the _last_ part of the piece. Starting from this step the process is not that structured
Just getting right and repeating difficult fragments, paying attention to the correct fingering (trying NOT to get any wrong habit at this point). Then I think for better efficiency it is good to do this for a couple of days or even weeks. May be it is possible to learn a piece in one day, but that leads to an inevitable un-learning very fast (I mean you simply forget it)
I think Chu Bun has much more effective ways to study and he already provided some recommendations.