Bea it's good to know that I haven't caused any further confusion. I think my mind instinctively went for A because that particular chord is seen in handful of pieces in Sagreras book 1.
Beatriz Martin wrote:
The boxes were exactly the chords I find difficult to do a transition. What I do is going from bar 4 to 5 over and over and over. After going over and over and over, my fingers get frozen, so I loosen up my fingers, shake them. Then I go from bard 5 to 6 over and over, same process. Again with 13 to 14 same process. Is that what others do?
I don't necessarily do that, but sometimes my fingers get too icky sticky so I have to wash them and get back to practicing.
Interesting going from bars 4 to 5, I don't do a barre, anybody does a barre here?...I do like on the score, index for A, middle for C# and pinky for G. I was leaving my ring finger up on the air, until I saw Goran's video that looks as if his ring finger was resting the first string. Maybe I am wrong, maybe his ring finger doesn't rest on the first string. Anyways I tried this too. What's your experience, where do you keep the ring finger?
Personally, I do a mini barre here. Score doesn't call for it, but I find it more appropriate.
Oh, I almost forgot, Goran thank you for the variations, you worked very hard, they sound really nice, I still don't understand where do you insert B, C, D. I don't need to know now because I am going to concentrate on learning only variation A, but if I have more time I will try playing the others.
Think of B, C, D, and E as pattern templates. All of the patterns have only represented the first bar of the piece. Following that pattern you'd do the entire piece!