RobMacKillop wrote:A thought came to mind that the notes might be the same E, one at the second fret, string 4, the other the 5th string, seventh fret.. It would be possible to play them together, one a natural harmonic, one false. The two E's going to two A's?
Could be - my version came from a fellow pursuing a doctorate some years ago - I understood at the time that he had access to manuscripts which would mean that the C natural has some credibility - a puzzle though - how to do it.
Maybe checking through Pujol's harmonics instructions in the method will throw some light. I will investigate further.
By the way - the Segudilla itself is great fun to play if you haven't already tried it - goes at quite a lick but falls well under the fingers (unlike some of Mr. Pujol's creations).