Hello JohnJohn Montes wrote:With that said, here's an upload of the Polyponie 109 exercise and a slow tempo reading of Wascha Mesa, have not gotten this up to full tempo yet.
Hi John,John Montes wrote:Greetings all,
We had a recent holiday break (Thanksgiving) in the U.S., and many families are preparing for Christmas so there's been less time to practice/play
With that said, here's an upload of the Polyponie 109 exercise and a slow tempo reading of Wascha Mesa, have not gotten this up to full tempo yet.
David, very good.David.Smyth wrote:Hi Guys,
I got a quiet hour to myself last night so managed to get these recordings done. Here are my versions of Wascha Mesa & El Postillon De La Rioja.
Thank you Stewart for your kind words. You are totally right - more practice is needed here. Yes, Gabriel is making fantastic job just as you too. I've learned many things when looking your and Gabriel's playing. Thanks to both of you.Stewart Doyle wrote:Hi Pentti, very well played - like my versions, they would benefit from more practice, particularly the ornamentation, but I suspect you are already working on Lesson 4 now. If you've seen Gabriel's recordings he's set a high standard!
Hello ChrisChrisCapener wrote:I have been trying and trying to play this piece , let alone get a decent recording of it, but here it is as best as I can manage at this point in time,