Good job Zafar! How did you like this improvisation exercise? There are so many variations one can do . . . it can be very enjoyable to experiment with different notes, rhythms, durations, etc.Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Classmates,
Here is my study assignment Improvisation video.Just extempore playing.
Thank you HarisHaris Karachristianidis wrote:Zafar, you improvisation is nice and the sound very good!
Bert, O Bella Ciao is very good and the improvisation too!
Jose, all your submissions for the lesson are very good!
Madeleine, all your submissions are very good! Very nice dampings!
Chu, very nice uploads!
Jeremy, all your submissions are very good! The pieces seem very easy for you. You have a good tempo and nice dampings. I noticed a small movement of your right hand to the right (after I read your post) but your playing is certainly not less accurate. Since you noticed it, if you deceided it would very easy to fix it.
Very good Haris. Everything played correctly and with feeling. Your improvisation sounds like a little tune, which is the point, I think, of a good improvisation. One very minor thing on "O Bella Ciao" I heard a kind "ghost" G note at the first beat of measure 5 (last measure in line 2). I think what happened was that when you let up off the A note at the end of measure 4, there was a sympathetic ringing of the open G string. No big deal as this happens sometimes. Very nice work!Haris Karachristianidis wrote:Here are my recordings for lesson 7.