Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

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Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

Post by Ken Kim » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:21 pm

Hello, all.
I'm currently, a student of D02 lesson and this piece is from D02 book.
I didn't want to miss this beautiful tune by Maestro Delcamp. It is rather short, but charming. I played slower than the reference of speed. Please, go easy on imperfection. Happy Valentine's Day. :casque:

Ken

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Re: Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

Post by Lawler » Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:10 am

I enjoyed the sensitivity to tone and phrasing in the playing. Also the skillful bass note damping.

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Re: Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

Post by Ken Kim » Wed Feb 27, 2019 4:46 am

Lawler wrote:
Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:10 am
I enjoyed the sensitivity to tone and phrasing in the playing. Also the skillful bass note damping.
Thank you much for generous comment, Lawler. :merci:
I believe damping is very important skill to master and still learning all the skills from Delcamp lessons.
I have a long way to go, since I'm a beginner in D02. :ouioui:
Ken

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Re: Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

Post by Christopher Langley » Sat Mar 02, 2019 11:53 pm

What a little Gem of a piece.

Thanks for giving me something to look forward to Ken.

I'm a big fan of yours.
Studying Jazz and Blues now.. So it goes friends. I might make a return to Classical at some point.

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Re: Delcamp, J. F. - Carnet de notes n°2 - D02

Post by Ken Kim » Sun Mar 03, 2019 6:24 am

Christopher Langley wrote:
Sat Mar 02, 2019 11:53 pm
What a little Gem of a piece.

Thanks for giving me something to look forward to Ken.

I'm a big fan of yours.

Thank you, Chris.. :merci:

There are many pieces in D01 and people usually stop practicing after lesson 7. :discussion:
I strongly recommend you to follow all the lessons thru 10th. Try to play every single tune in the book along with 21 exercises. :chaud:
If you do that, D02 lessons will be easy and very pleasant to follow. :ouioui:
I am the result of above training. I'm very satisfied where I am now. :bye:
Ken

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