Eric de Vries wrote:The end of lesson 1 is near, so I took a sprint this evening. Yesterday I posted Vaghe belezze, now Melodia is here (without repeats). As a bonus I recorded Sor's Exercise N0.8, De Fossa's Campanella and Sanz's Caprichio.
I finally had some time to write more detailed notes, it's been a busy week and weekend. Thanks for sharing.
Vaghe -- Nicely done overall Eric, the only areas that stuck out critique-wise are measures 18 & 20.
m18- the second B note voice to sound the E5th harmony was missing in the first round and repeat section.
m20-The opening D-chord sounds like the half-barred treble voices are sounded but the bass voices (DAD) are not detected.
Melodia de Sor -- Nicely done overall. The only areas that stuck out critique-wise are measures 2, 10 & 30.
m2-The bass line was very quiet, not audible, perhaps pppp or ppppp.
m10-Just some bumpy note arpeggiations in the measure
m30-similar bumps as m10
Thanks for sharing the uploads for the other pieces, I enjoyed listening to them.
I actually have an older Mel Bay Tarrega Folio with about 10 pieces and one of them is labled Prelude in D minor. It is an exact mirror-image of the Fossa piece in the D05 book. It's made me want to research that piece in a little more detail to see if Mel Bay publishing has a discrepancy or if the Delcamp D05 workbook has an attribution error.