Very very good Kushtrim. You are inspiring me to keep going and not quit. Your damping is very good too. Only thing I noticed is that on "Menuet" sometimes I do not hear all the bass notes beings struck.
Your piece sounds good. I like that you move your RH around. Try to maintain the relative angle between your hand and the string like the Professor did in his clip.
Very good over all. I agree with Madeleine, some of the bass notes in the second piece are barely audible. In the last piece, for beats consist of a long and a short note (opposing to those consists of 3 short notes), to me it sounds like the duration of the long note is a little bit too long.
My submissions for this month. Please give advices.
Just watched my clips and found that there was no variation in the dynamic. They sound pretty much like my 2 yrs old banging on her toy xylophone!
with this one I had some problem with the a finger in the beginning, but it became easier after some practice. I have also followed the thread about right hand tech provided by Madeleine, unfortunately it didn't provided much info about right hand thumb tech.
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I'm trying to understand the measure "13" In exam piece music sheet "Johann Abraham Peter SCHULZ AIR"page 46. If some one explain the two squares over low "C"with number "4" at String 5.What will be right hand finger.What, I understood,I have to place left hand pinky finger at String 5 "C fret position.With right hand I play String 5 with Thumb and high "E" with ring finger.
Thank you for your kind compliments. About measure 13 in the exam piece, I see it the same way you do. LH pinky on A string at the 4th fret (C#), RH thumb for the C# and ring finger for E. I think the lower box is there because the pink will need to reach a little bit then hold the node for the whole measure. No idea what the upper box is for.