Very clean, sensitive and controlled play all along.
and Le Papilons
, you did same as I did at the end for Bretonnuse.
You played very well and controlled for both pieces.
Bretonneuse started slow and got faster and faster(little by little). If it is intended that way, I can only say 'not my taste'.
Your tone control is very calm and resonant(great ring) but I can say a little too narrow for dynamic-wise.
I'm really not sure if this is just me. You didn't play slow but it sounds like you played slow on Le Papilons. We all need to be bold on some of strokes sometimes.
, I believe you missed description of this study. If this study was about arpeggios and little stretch, I would have recorded it already. Its intention of study was staccato on treble(Ostinato). Believe me it is a hell of study.
When you listen Prof. Delcamp
's demo again, you'll hear perfectly detached staccato for 16th notes.
[- page 91 Tárrega, Francisco Estudio ostinato, en la mayor
To bring out the two voices in this little piece, play legato for the melody
in the bass, and staccato for the repeated phrase (ostinato) in semiquavers (16th notes)
Overall, you are already good player and more dynamic(nuances) will make you even greater player very soon.