Jose Ramon Martinez
Everything sounded good. As has been said, you can try to encorporate the dynamics as indicated in the music. One other thing I noticed is it looks like you are not alternating the E whole notes using your i and m fingers. Just something to work on. (If you were not doing that. Hard to tell) Nice job!
Good job! Sounded good.
I would suggest slowing down a touch to smooth things out.
Just make sure you let the notes ring for their proper time values. Some of your whole notes were cut short. And try and watch those dynamics markings!
Sounded good. The only comment i can make is to try and relax your left hand a bit. It looks very tense to me. When fingers are not fretting strings, they should be loose and not tight.
Polyphonie: Some of your strikes of two notes at the same time were a bit off. (one of the notes was coming in slightly before the other) No worries. That's what this exercise concentrates on. Other than that, very nice.
Try and follow the i and m markings as indicated. When you are going accross strings you seem to loose your alternation. But it sounded good anyways!
Same comment as Danse Davila. Try and follow the i, m and a markings as indicated. I can see you did not use your a (ring finger) at all. It's good to work out all 3 fingers as you will need them going forward.
Excellent job. Just don't forget those dynamics markings!
Good job. Just keep working it and you will smooth it out. Sounded great.
As has been said, make sure that the strings are in tune. You played it well but your guitar let you down there!
Nice alternation of your i and m fingers. A few off notes but you were working it well. Nice job.
I would slow it down a bit until your fingers are playing all the right notes in time, then speed it up. Everyone wants to go fast, but going slow with the right notes sounds a lot better.
Sounded good. I can see you love left hand muting. That can work on these basic tunes, but will be harder in the future.
Good work Zafar. I think with more time you will be able to smooth this one out.
It's the player, not the guitar...
But, the guitar helps!!!