Hi Paul, thanks so much for your detailed feedback
I feel bad I didn't remember to listen to your recordings on my computer as I said. So when I saw your postings, I went to listen to your recordings, better late than never. I agree with what others said about how nicely your pieces sound, very good sound and fluid playing. The Delcamp polyphonies were pretty fast. Although the Andantino is not required I recorded as well. How do you play the chord in bar 10? To play it I pulled the G, B and G at the same time, but I like how yours sound.
Paul Janssen wrote:perhaps you might find it easier if you keep your fourth finger down on the D note on the 2nd string in bars 6, 18, 22 the way you did in Bar 2
That's a great observation, I didn't need to lift the finger, thanks a lot.
Paul Janssen wrote:I did notice that you had a little bit of difficulty moving from Bar 6 to Bar 7. What I found helped me get a smoother transition was to keep all my fingers down from the end of bar 6 until I had played the low G note in Bar 7 with my 3rd finger. It’s a bit of a stretch but certainly achievable. I actually practiced going from the 2nd last triplet of Bar 6 to the 2nd triplet of Bar 7 over and over again until I got this comfortable. I started really slowly at first and then gradually built up speed.
Yes, it is a stretch, I didn't realize it was possible, but thanks for the tip to practice it, I will try it.
Paul Janssen wrote: (Note also that the chord actually changes half way through Bar 7 - I think you may have accidentally repeated the same chord shape as the 1st two beats).
Yes, it changes, I did't realize I missed it.